Twitter was warned.
Mess around, find out!
The Babylon Bee has been trending ever since Elon Musk walked into Twitter HQ, and for good reason.
If you recall, back in April, The Bee made a joke about "Rachel" Levine being their "Man of the Year" because Levine – a man – won the title "Woman of the Year" from USA Today.
After The Babylon Bee was banned, we reported on it, but we couldn't share the story on Twitter because Twitter wouldn't even allow the Bee headline to be in our cover photo.
As all this was unfolding, Elon created a poll asking if Twitter was still a place that had free speech, and said the results of the poll would have consequences. There were more things happening behind the scenes, but it wasn't a coincidence that The Bee getting banned and Elon's decision to buy Twitter happened at the same time.
We aren't the only ones who think so.
Who would have thought, when Adam Ford created The Bee in 2016 as a place for Christian satire, that it would end up destroying the woke establishment and change the course of human civilization?
WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!
More on Twitter's new policies:
I'll leave ya with some thoughts from Bee CEO Seth Dillon: