Proponents of free speech and free expression across the world banded together on March 9 in a glaring display of unity, reigning hell on the fragile feelings of social justice snowflakes.
That hell was called #TheTriggering, and it was Twitter's top trending topic with over a hundred thousand tweets.
Some of the highlight-hashtaggers included Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief, Ben Shapiro:
Blaming society for your problems in the United States is just an excuse for you to be a failure. #TheTriggering— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) March 9, 2016
Breitbart tech-editor and social justice mythbuster Milo Yiannopoulos:
And Lauren herself:
Apparently, Twitter’s CEO – more specifically CSJWO, Chief Social Justice Warrior Officer – wasn’t having any of this.
Normally, when a topic is trending, Twitter allows you to quickly join the conversation by tweeting with the same hashtag, even helpfully autocompleting it as you type it in.
But presumably to pacify the likes of Feminist Frequency and the other left-wing crybabies on its new Trust and Safety Council, Twitter disabled the autocomplete feature on the trending hashtag #TheTriggering, thereby reducing the reach and impact these "subversive" tweets might have.
Despite the pathetic attempts at suppression from the left, the explosive popularity of this trend underscores the fact that the battle for free expression is not being won by the social justice despots.
These left-wing loonbag fascists in academia who smear blood on themselves, riot and threaten physical violence are not the majority or a reflection of popular opinion.
There is an undeniable cultural movement of liberty minded individuals who are unafraid of new ideas and arguments, and that in itself is truly encouraging.