'Learn to Code' Meme Controversy Explained on Joe Rogan Podcast
You might be familiar with the hilarious "learn to code" meme. You know, the one peeps are using to mock journalists who are out of work. Well, the left has a yuge problem with people rubbing their tone-deafness back in their smug faces. So, they're cracking down on the clever rascals who dare to use such a hilarious meme.
Tim Pool, a guest on the Joe Rogan podcast, summed the whole thing up perfectly.
When coal miners were getting laid off, a bunch of articles emerged saying "teaching miners to code." They were showing videos about it. It wasn't intended to be derogatory or insulting, but to a lot of people it came off as this bourgeois "let them eat cake."
If Twitter is claiming they're banning people who are engaging in a harassment campaign, you mean they've confirmed they're banning people for tweeting "learn to code," they just consider it harassment.
How is it "learn to code" is harassment, but Kathy Griffin saying to her millions of fans "I want these kids' names" several times, or another verified account literally calling for the death of these kids is not a ban-able offense? It's not a harassment campaign.
If the pendejos at Twitter were applying their standards evenly, Kathy Griffin would've gone bye-bye a long time ago. Yet, she's free to spew vile filth and publicly scheme to ruin children's lives without consequence. Meanwhile, a harmless jest toward lefty journalists on the Twitter is grounds for expulsion.
This "convenient" lack of accountability for lefty tweeters makes it all the more hard to not think this is a targeted attack. An attempt to silence all things non-leftist. As long as they're holding us to an impossible standard while lefties are free to spread verbal douchery, we'll keep assuming this is partisan dickishness.
Even we've had issues with the Twitter overlords: