TikTok Quietly Reverses Ban For Protestors Targeting Supreme Court Justices

(PresidentialInsider.com)- Despite open calls for violence and doxing Supreme Court Justices from the radical domestic terrorist group Ruth Sent Us, the so-called “permanent” ban TikTok imposed on the group in May lasted less than a week.

The group’s main account was permanently banned from TikTok on May 14, not long after Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion on Dodds was leaked to Politico. At the time, TikTok issued the “permanent” ban citing multiple violations of its terms of service.

That “permanent” ban, however, lasted only two days.

After Ruth Sent Us was banned, pro-abortion lunatics swarmed TikTok demanding the ban be lifted. The social media platform caved to the pressure campaign and restored the account.

On May 16, Ruth Sent Us announced the “GREAT NEWS” on Twitter, taking a victory lap over the “haters” and proclaiming “there’s more of us than them.”

Yeah, that’s not why the account got restored.

The account was restored because social media companies do not enforce their “terms of service” equally.

Ruth Sent Us was the group that published the home addresses of the conservative justices on the Court and encouraged people to show up.

One of the people who took the group up on its call was the guy who traveled from California to Maryland looking to murder Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

But because Ruth Sent Us is on the Left, social media gives the group a pass.

Meanwhile, Twitter is largely ignoring open calls for violence against the Supreme Court after Roe v. Wade was overturned, including calls for the assassination of conservative justices.

Twitter users who report tweets threatening violence against the justices are being told by Twitter that they only enforce the rules for certain “protected categories.”

In other words, unless threats of violence are targeting someone’s race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, disease, or gender identity, Twitter won’t do a damn thing about them.