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BLOCK QUEEN: Who ‘canceled’ what now, Kanye?

BLOCK QUEEN: Who ‘canceled’ what now, Kanye?

BLOCK QUEEN: Who 'canceled' what now, Kanye?

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MAGA people sure love to whine about things that aren’t real, like the 2020 Presidential election fraud or how their invisible Sky Daddy is better than all of the other invisible Sky Daddies. What would MAGA be without their sustained and manufactured outrage? It fuels them in their daily hunt for a scapegoat to carry the burden of their misplaced anger instead of holding Donald Trump accountable for anything. Hot tip: if you see “Hunter Biden,” “Benghazi” (or anything else Hillary-related), or “Antifa” trending, you can be sure something big and bad is coming down in TrumpWorld, and it’s time for them to collectively move the MAGA goalposts even closer to the edge of the cliff.

Stay mad, kids, but you really need to learn what words mean before you Exorcist-vomit your cult thoughts into our social media feeds. As I write this, Kanye West has had his Twitter account temporarily locked because he did some giant antisemitism along with his usual crazy. That tweet has since been deleted by Twitter, but screenshots are forever, unlike Kanye and Kim’s marriage.

Also, some really gross people were delighted to see Ye tweeting again.

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Right before his account was locked, the former Mr. Kardashian also tweeted about creating “cancel culture,” a favorite MAGA whine that pairs nicely with antisemitism and conspiracy theories.

Unchecked narcissism is a hell of a thing, innit? And of course, the worst people jumped on that, because any mention of “cancel culture” sets off a storm of both sides-isms. Check Lauren “Squeaky” Boebert’s hot garbage take:

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I laugh every time one of these MAGA morons whines about cancel culture — because they’re the ones ignoring all truths. And I know this from my own personal experience. Squeaky actually blocked me on her personal Twitter account, as did her pal Marjorie “About to Be Divorced” Greene. Both of them found out what happens when you block citizens: Marge had to pay the MeidasTouch guys $10K while unblocking everyone before she finally lost her personal account; Squeaky initially had her Comms Director CALL ME after I left a message at her Washington DC office that I planned to sue her for all of the money she claimed in mileage from her 2020 campaign. Him: “I’m sure there’s a reasonable way to work this out.” Me: “Yeah, she can unblock me.” And, scene.

My best blocks are the Trump blocks, of course. I was blocked by the Orange One all the way back in September 2015.

I then went on to achieve what I’ve dubbed the “Trump Quadfecta” because Ivanka, Eric, and Coke Drip Jr eventually followed suit. I’ve left Tiffany alone, pretty much. Kinda like her dad — *rimshot*.

I can probably claim the title of Twitter Block Queen for cultivating the most MAGA blocks, with a few added bonus blocks from some uptight dudes who might not be political but didn’t like it when I pointed out how terrible they were. Russell Crowe instablocked me when I told him that no matter what he thinks, it’s not okay to hit women. You can probably guess what I tweeted to Bill Cosby to get instablocked. Also, Twitter only allows you to post four images at a time, so I’ve been forced to make smaller and smaller collages.

The best people, said only the worst people ever. Who are the same people who complain about “being silenced,” but aren’t actually being silenced, because we can still see and hear them complain about stuff.

I keep adding more blocks to my collection pretty much every day, but I’ve yet to figure out how to monetize this power. A book deal would be nice, tho. I think I deserve one more than Jr, don’t you?

So anyway, I’ll be over here continuing to tell the worst people the truth about themselves and collecting more blocks. Join me, shall you? This is how we stay Louder Than MAGA, you know.

Tara Dublin is a woefully underappreciated and unrepresented writer currently shopping a super cool novel that has nothing to do with politics while also fighting fascism on the daily.

Follow her on Twitter @taradublinrocks.

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Tara Dublin
Tara is a reported opinion columnist at Occupy Democrats. She's a woefully underappreciated and unrepresented writer currently shopping for a super cool novel that has nothing to do with politics while also fighting fascism on a daily. Follow her on Twitter @taradublinrocks

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