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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.


[–] SuperConductiveRabbi 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Actions like reporting people to the FBI because they mod clearly legal subverses, but which you personally dislike?


[–] TimberWolfAlpha 2 points 1 points (+3|-2) ago 

Subscribing to the ideologies in question is a big red flag that the person who subscribes to them is likely to take actions that will hurt free speech. If someone espouses these viewpoints, then they should be prepared for others to distrust them, particularly when their ilk are successfully tearing down our old home. If I were in their shoes, I wouldn't be making obvious bids for power. if I were in their shoes, I'd be leaving any deletions that could possibly be misinterpreted in the hands of the other mods, ones whose motivations won't be so suspect.


[–] ThizzBoss 5 points -1 points (+4|-5) ago 

She is deleting hella comments retard. That's not practicing free speech, that's being a faggot moderator that needs to be stripped of power and banned from being a mod ever again


[–] BretsFan4Ever 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

Deleting hella comments retard? What are you 12? Everyone is up in arms about her because of her personal opinions and yet I've not seen one instance where she deleted a post simply because of it's content. The large majority of the removals have broken the subs rule about punctuation. If you don't like the rule, get it changed, but don't blame the mods who enforce it.