A dating app for homosexual, bisexual and transgender sent conservative commentator Chadwick Moore a warning for allegedly having 'inappropriate' text on his profile.
Moore's profile states the following: “Proud Western chauvinist. The West is the best. Anti-Globalism, anti-free trade. Anti-war. Anti-racism. Anti-PC. Pro-America, Pro-Liberty, Pro-First Amendment, Pro-TRUMP. SHARIA KILLS. End 21st Century slavery and build that damn wall.”
Yet, Scruff decided to warn Moore about the content in his profile. “Your profile has been reported due to inappropriate text,” the notice began. “The SCRUFF profile guidelines prohibit text that incites racism, bigotry, hatred or physical harm of any kind. They also prohibit text meant to threaten, intimidate, harass, defame, or insult another person. Please review our profile guidelines and remove any inappropriate text from your profile details.”
Understandingly, Moore was bewildered. “What about my profile incites racism, bigotry, hatred, or physical harm? Please explain yourself,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Do you welcome all gay people on your platform, or only ones who share the Democratic Party platform? I want an explanation,” he followed up. “[Scruff] turns a blind eye to facilitating crystal meth use, unsafe sex, prostitution. But say "pro-trump" and you're flagged and warned.”
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