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[–] SecureRhino 9 points 20 points (+29|-9) ago  (edited ago)

I haven't seen any indication of SJW moderation in /v/AskVoat. The moderation is pretty strict, but that doesn't have to be releated to /u/she. As long as she's not given the possibility to take over the subverse there is no reason to remove her as a mod.

In fact I'm alarmed that /v/Voat claims to be all for free speech but is still getting the lynch mobs ready when a mod has an unpopular opinion (which is not interfering with her moderation).

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[–] SecureRhino 8 points 19 points (+27|-8) ago 

An opinion never hurts free speech. Actions do. Accordingly we should judge our moderators by their actions, not their opinions.

She's a risk factor, but one that's very easy to deal with. We have public modlogs and problems can be discussed in /v/whatever.

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[–] gatordontplaythatsht 1 points 8 points (+9|-1) ago 

In fact I'm alarmed that /v/Voat claims to be all for free speech but is still getting the lynch mobs ready when a mod has an unpopular opinion (which is not interfering with her moderation).

It isn't the opinion, it's the dozens of removals over a petty and unclear rule that's being enforced improperly and on 200 plus up vote posts....

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[–] Devieus 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

If it were about a user, I'd be with you, but this is a person in power becoming a user or staying in power.

I'm not going to voat either way though, I've yet to see evidence she can't separate her ideals from her professionalism.

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[–] imvii 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

If you don't like the moderation of a subverse, stop using it.

/v/why does the same thing as /v/askvoat. Just use that instead.