The launch of the new social media platform, “Threads,” has been quite eventful, stealing the spotlight from Twitter CEO Elon Musk and Facebook/Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s subtweeting drama. But amidst all the excitement, there’s one story that stands out – the downfall of militant transgender activist Alejandra Caraballo.
Karma Comes for Militant Transgender Activist/‘Cyberlaw Expert’ on New Threads Platform https://t.co/mUBcne0ZN8
— RedState (@RedState) July 7, 2023
Caraballo, known for his toxic and unhinged nature, has made a name for himself as a so-called “cyberlaw expert” and has been quoted extensively in left-wing media outlets. He’s been pushing for online censorship and advocating for the suspension and banning of accounts that use words like “groomers.” It’s no surprise that he got Twitter to ban the term in 2022. Talk about cancel culture gone wild!
I’m howling… pic.twitter.com/6nbstEkU5n
— EducatëdHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) July 7, 2023
But Caraballo’s antics didn’t stop there. This “she/her” activist, who also happens to be a cyberlaw instructor at Harvard Law, once called on his followers to “accost” conservative Supreme Court Justices whenever they are out in public. Apparently, he thinks stalking and harassing justices is part of our “civic duty.” How charming.
Well, it seems that Caraballo has finally met his match on Threads. Just three days into his adventure on the platform, he received not one, not two, but three violations for his actions. You see, Caraballo couldn’t handle the heat when someone called him a groomer and dared to call them out. And now he’s crying foul, complaining that those who misgender him haven’t faced any consequences. Talk about entitlement!
As a conservative, it’s hard not to revel in Caraballo’s misfortune. Karma has come knocking, and it couldn’t happen to a more deserving person. His attempts to silence opposing views and his obsession with shutting down accounts that challenge his narrative have finally come back to bite him. How does it feel to be on the receiving end of cancel culture, Mr. Caraballo?
But let’s not forget the bigger picture here. Caraballo’s story is just one of many examples of the left’s push for online censorship and their intolerance for differing opinions. They claim to fight against hate, but what they really want is to suppress any views that don’t align with their own. It’s a dangerous path to tread, and it’s refreshing to see that even on a platform like Threads, there are consequences for their actions.
So let this be a lesson to all the social justice warriors out there – you can’t silence everyone, and eventually, karma will catch up to you. Stick to open dialogue, respect other people’s opinions, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll avoid the fate that befell Mr. Caraballo.