The most important thing to remember about social media is that it’s a place where you’re more likely to be liked than you are liked.
But if you don’t like what you see, you can’t just dismiss it.
That’s exactly what happened to me on Thursday, when I was sent a message from a friend who is a conservative social network administrator, the owner of a Twitter account named @mattbauer.
His message read, “Just so you know, my conservative friends on Twitter are not really interested in your opinion on the current political situation in the US.
They want to know if you think things are going to get better.
They know you don: the liberal media, the Democratic party, the Left and their puppets in Congress, the media and entertainment industries.
You don’t need to agree with them all, they don’t care about your views on what’s happening.
They care about their own ratings and revenue.
So you can either join them or leave them.”
This is when I went into meltdown mode.
The thought of being called a liberal media conspiracy theorist and being labeled an enemy of the people hit me right where it hurts.
I was on Twitter and I was already angry, and I wanted to shut it down.
I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.
I tried to delete the account and it still kept coming back.
I called the administrator, who told me to “go to hell”.
I was furious and I started posting angry messages to the Twitter account.
I told my followers to stop harassing me and I told them that I was going to go after the administrator and the account.
The next day, I had another Twitter meltdown where I wrote to the administrator who said that he’d taken the tweets down, but I still needed to “follow up”.
I wanted him to do the same for me.
So he did.
Within hours, he deleted my account and my personal information from Twitter, along with the account’s password.
I don’t even remember if I deleted the account or not.
I still don’t.
It wasn’t until hours later, when the administrator asked me for a comment, that I realized what was happening.
I wasn’t alone.
I’ve gotten dozens of abusive messages from conservative followers and friends who are not my actual friends.
Many of them have been so hostile, in fact, that they have deleted their accounts altogether.
When I went to the administrators Twitter account, they told me that they had been blocked by Twitter’s policy on “threats of violence”.
That means that a tweet can be deleted and then reinstated, but it’s not always possible to re-post it.
It’s also impossible to reach the account with the message you posted, and if it’s gone offline, then you won’t be able to use it again.
If Twitter can’t reach you through your Twitter account and you have a problem with it, they won’t reach out to you directly.
This is a very bad situation.
Conservatives have a long history of engaging in abusive behavior on social networks, and the more conservative social networks that I frequent, the more abusive they are.
When Twitter banned conservatives, I was one of the few who stayed.
This week, conservative media personalities have been banned for posting tweets that they find offensive.
They have been blocked from Twitter.
And conservative users are being banned from the social networks in which they were posting their posts, and conservative users in general.
I can’t help but wonder if they are being targeted for being conservative because of their views.
I’m sure they’re feeling the same.
But they’re being targeted because they are conservative, and it’s being done for their own political gain.
When you’re the target of harassment on Twitter, it’s especially frustrating.
I would like to think that it isn’t because I’m conservative or because I don’st agree with the political views of the account owner.
But that’s not the case.
In fact, it was the person who posted the hateful tweet who was being harassed.
The harassment began when I posted my own tweet about the new anti-Trump protests, and after I posted a video of the protests, a man named Alex Pardue, who identifies as a conservative, began following me on Twitter.
Pardu has been known to post tweets in support of President Donald Trump.
The first tweet he followed me on was in support, in the words of Pardus, of the anti-abortion protesters.
This tweet has been retweeted more than 1,000 times and liked by thousands of people.
I tweeted it because I had an opinion about the abortion issue.
Pardsue followed me and he followed my account.
He followed my name.
And when he followed mine, he followed the account, as well.
He started following me because he found my comments offensive.
He found my opinions offensive.
In other words, he found