The fact of the matter is that I still desperately need my Twitter account to save my life and human and civil rights academic and legal careers. That’s just the honest to God truth. I’m feeling beside myself at the moment over the suspension. Yes, I have other venues, but nothing has been as effective as Twitter and nothing will be. Yes, of course, Twitter played a role in my demise, but it has also been my primary means of getting the truth out about the Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale. The only reason why I have any chance at all to save my life and career is because of Twitter. That’s just the simple truth.
Also, Twitter literally saved my life by providing me an outlet for my despair and by connecting me to supporters and fellow cancelleds and falsely accused. Twitter put me in touch with journalists who worked tirelessly to reveal the truth about my plight. No Twitter, no Cathy Young.
So, given this state of affairs, I am more than prepared to grovel like Pete Buttigieg in front of Michael Harriot of The Root. Ha ha ha ha. I couldn’t resist. But, seriously, I am prepared to accept whatever restrictions that Twitter Support wishes to impose to get my account reinstated. I am happy to stop using the @ function all together. I am happy to no longer name individuals at all. Whatever it takes.
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