Social media giant Twitter has come under fire for canceling the account of a group hosting photos of people holding cancellation letters they received from their insurance company for accounts that were canceled because of Obamacare.
Twitter is now obviously working for President Obama to fool America into thinking that he didn’t lie when he said we could all keep our insurance if we liked it. Apparently, Twitter has chosen sides.
Thus far, 3.5 million Americans and counting have lost their healthcare thanks to Obama’s take over of our national healthcare system. So, a website to chronicle cancellation notices was created called MyCancellation.com where folks that Obama had thrown off their insurance could share their woes.
Naturally, as everyone does these days, the folks at the website created a Twitter account to advertise their website.
But as soon as they signed on, Twitter began to shut down the group’s Twitter feed.
“We were suspended yesterday late afternoon without a notice email,” Victoria Coley, the site’s co-creator, told The Daily Caller.
The group’s chief, Heather Higgins, reported that she felt that Twitter’s actions are politically motivated.
The site, which was only just started last week, features dozens of cancellation letters from common, everyday Americans who lost their insurance because of Obamacare.
Thus far Twitter has refused to publicly comment on why they blocked the feed up to three times and then shut it down.
Not long after this story was reported, Victoria Coley’s personal Twitter feed was hacked and false Tweets were posted under her name.
What do you think? Is Twitter acting on behalf of the far left and President Obama?