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SJWs Eat Their Own, Wil Wheaton Forced Off Social Media

“I know that I’m well-off, well-known, and as a CIS white hetro dude in America, I live life on the lowest difficulty setting. I know that I have very little to complain about.”-Wil Wheaton



An actor who is best known for his role of Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Wil Wheaton, announced in a long-winded thread that he’s leaving Twitter permanently due to his experience with trolls on the platform.

Wheaton decided to ditch his Twitter account in protest of the social media platform allowing Alex Jones to keep his account even though Jones had been banned from a number of other platforms already, including Apple, Facebook, LinkedIn, MailChimp, even Pinterest.

Wil “Wesley” Wheaton says he left Twitter because he couldn’t believe Alex Jones was not being banned from the social media platform, but also due to the high number of trolls that were attacking him. The truth is, most of the engagements Wheaton had with other accounts on Twitter were provoked by Wheaton.

Here are a few things Wheaton has said about conservatives: (Courtesy of Twitchy)

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…like the one where he said members of Congress who accepted money from the gun lobby were “accessories to murder, every last one of them.”

After Speaker Paul Ryan said prayers were needed after the shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Wheaton tweeted to Ryan, “If prayers did anything, they’d still be alive, you worthless sack of s**t.” He also tweeted “F**k the NRA” a lot and blamed the NRA reflexively for every shooting that made the news.

He also reminded Trump supporters that “the racism, homophobia, misogyny, bigotry, and authoritarianism you supported is still going strong!”

Oh, and there was that time he mocked a young man with cerebral palsy for making a simple typo.

Wheaton explained in a series  he deleted his Twitter account because “people got the wrong idea about me,” which is really interesting considering his trolling on the social media site was well known.

Wheaton had created block lists of over 30,000 Twitter users that he promoted in his tweets on his now deleted account @wilw.

Alexie Bochenek (@heyalexi) writes in a thread on Twitter (1/3), “This ass-hat promoted a blocklist of ~30k users whom he labelled “toxic garbage,” but he didn’t make the list, had no idea who was even on the list, and–spoiler alert–he hurt a lot of strangers by labeling them garbage in a tweet which was pinned to his 3m+ follower profile.”

(2/3):”Because this guy was so horny to be a beloved internet hero, but too entitled and lazy to do anything actually heroic, he made the Very Bad Choice to outsource his personal justice to others and is now rightfully haunted by the harm his personal stupidity has caused to others.”

(3/3): “I know this thread is tiresome, so it will end here, with a direct quote from this dummy’s woeful blogpost. This person who actively promoted a list he called “toxic garbage”–a list of names of people he never knew–actually said this. It’s like he is complaining to himself.”

Wheaton left Twitter for Mastodon, but apparently he wasn’t welcome there and was soon kicked off and banned.

Twitter user Tim Say’s Important Library of Congress Entries (@TsayPA) explained Mastodon’s decision tweeting, “But then after consideration moderators did tell him he was going to be removed from Mastodon where he then, as usual, tried to play an innocent victim being smeared on social media after he stirred the pot in the first place. See you next time on Days of Our Mastodon ⏳

Bob Burrough (@bob_burrough) tweeted, “Wil Wheaton leaves Twitter for Mastodon because Twitter wouldn’t ban people, is promptly banned by Mastodon.”

Wheaton was well known as little more than a washed up actor turned internet troll on Twitter, and since he decided to delete his Twitter account, he took to his own website where he declared Twitter was no longer any fun, thanks mainly to people right of center.

“I found a harsh reality that I’m still trying to process: thousands of people who don’t know me, who have never interacted with me, who internalized a series of lies about me, who were never willing to give me a chance. I was harassed from the minute I made my account, and though I expected the ‘shut up wesley’s’ and ‘go fuck yourself’s to taper off after a day or so, it never did.”-WW

Wheaton trolled conservatives on Twitter as if he had nothing better to do with his time–wait, when was the last time he actually had a paying job?

Shut up Wesley.


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