Culling The Herd

Once every few months I find it absolutely necessary to cull the herd on social media.

Typically this takes the form of unfollowing some people. I don’t unfriend or block them unless they become abusive. I just unfollow them. In the majority of cases, I get the feeling they either unfollowed me long ago or merely ignore anything I have to say.

Unfollowing them is not censorship. They have their right to freedom of speech. I have the right to not listen to them. Just because someone says things we don’t like does not mean they should be silenced completely. I use my freedom…

I am running as an Independent for US president in 2024. Peace, Humanity, Prosperity for ALL Americans.

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I am running as an Independent for US president in 2024. Peace, Humanity, Prosperity for ALL Americans.

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