Ex-Reddit CEO tries to make ‘free speechers’ a bad word, but Twitter isn’t having it

Ellen K. Pao, the former CEO of social news aggregation site Reddit, shared a horribly derogatory message she presumably received in order to try to paint those who believe in free speech with the same broad brush.

Apparently, Pao believes that if you’re a “free-speecher,” a term that she seemingly wants to make sound derogatory itself, you just want to say racist things without getting in trouble.

In an ironic twist, she also claims that they “really don’t care about sharing new ideas or encouraging freedom other than the freedom to harass other people off the platform,” despite this being a tactic of those who oppose free speech.

Twitter wasn’t about to let her get away with her intellectual laziness, however:


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