She seems to be reporting content she doesn’t like as abuse.
This isn’t surprising given her background of attacking journalist David Pakman, and conflating a .66% harassment rate into every gamer in the world is a hate group.
Why would a game developer even want to say her customer base is a hate group?
It makes absolutely no sense from a business perspective.
In any case people sharing content off Klout, a very large companies website, are attacked by @spacekatgal as bots.
So, given her connections to racist Randi Lee Harper, who has insiders at Twitter Safety, I clarified with @support that I am not a bot as I shared a tweet off Klout.
In other words, I used social media as designed.
It’s a strange world at Twitter, where @Jack will tell people Twitter stand for free speech, while empowered abusers harass his customers, but we know @Jack doesn’t care about 44% of consumers worldwide.
Twitter has rules against creating false and misleading tweets, but these rules are not enforced against empowered abusers like Brianna Wu.
He let’s Brianna Wu label them as a Hate Group.
Feel the love at Twitter!
People with weak opinions try to suppress free speech.
Want to help a LGBT victim of real world violence?
Help out @jacieleopold.
Avoid Brianna Wu. She’s just in it for herself, and can’t be bothered.