I’m banned, yet I’m not really banned.
Make sense? No, it doesn’t to me either.
The reason I used the shadowban checker is I know of two other twitter users who are shadowbanned, and there’s nothing offensive about either account. And nothing offensive about mine, from what I can tell, but check out my account and judge for yourself.
I keep my account pretty politics-free. My humor is dry and sarcastic, and I do think my posts reflect it. Did I follow a person or an organization twitter deems controversial or dangerous? Did I like something twitter deems offensive? Do they keep track of me not liking the ads they post, or maybe I’ve reported one too many tweets and people who were espousing racist rhetoric and violence? I’m sure the answer is something like I got snared by an algorithm, but what exactly, I can’t tell you.
I have sent several tweets to @Twitter and @TwitterSupport asking why I’ve been shadowbanned, but so far, crickets, nothing. My guess is those accounts aren’t monitored by human beings.
Even Dilbert comic strip creator Scott Adams was been shadowbanned.
If you want to find out if you’re shadowbanned, click on this link.
I’m furious, and I want answers.