If you are thinking in which Grindr stands on postmodernism, you might be by using the software incorrect — but you’re not the only one. Gay Trump promoter Chadwick Moore, AKA Tomi Lahren for Him™, grabbed to Twitter on Tuesday to matter the most popular dating application about their ideological leanings after his profile had been presumably suspended for “banned words.”
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Moore says he interfered with the fill-in-the-blank sex percentage of his visibility by writing “there are just two,” thus compelling their bar from the application. Distraught, Moore published a-twitter thread wherein he accused Grindr of facilitating prostitution and illegal medication incorporate, and marked the FBI into it like some snitch.
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“Are your a gay relationship application, or any other technical company involved with thought-policing within behest of major, unfuckable, far-left activists?” Moore expected, before incorporating that this is the same relationships app that’s a “notorious conduit of prostitution, unlawful medicine need, unlawful medication profit, and the spread of disease. We dunno does the @fbi should check out what takes place on @grindr?”