When I posted “Banning Donald Trump from Twitter at this late point is a lot like wearing a condom after your wife’s eight months pregnant,” on social media, my point was the pointlessness of banning him 206 weeks into a 208-week presidency.
It’s not unlike Mitch McConnell and Lindsay Graham finally denouncing his fascist and racist antics when they’ve been the enablers-in-chief every step of the way. So, suddenly now they decide to grow a pair? Can you say “disingenuous?” I knew you could!
Then the ensuing Facebook conversation took a rather fascinating turn into whether Trump’s ban amounted to a virulent form corporate censorship. And many of my liberal and libertarian friends were aghast that a journalist, of all people, fully supported that “censorship.”