Lauren Underwood’s most Leftist supporters are worried as Jim Oberweis momentum grows
In the hour plus prior to the first Presidential debate, the antics on Twitter has been growing significantly since late last week in the 14th congressional district.
Why? Because the effective TV commercial of Jim Oberweis has been a significant topic of conversation, and the Underwood campaign’s most Leftist supporters, the Indivisible chapters that are phone banking for Underwood, have started to troll me.
Since Underwood launched her fall campaign with the first virtual debate through the St. Charles Chamber of Commerce on September 1, McHenry County Blog has been publishing the truth, and applying discernment to Underwood’s claims, particularly Underwood has had 3 bills signed into law by President Trump.
Today, after seeing Underwood’s new commercial making the same claim, the John Lopez book of storytelling was opened, and time to apply the truth the McHenry County Blog has been publishing for some time about Underwood.
And after the Underwood/Indivisible trolls got me put in 12 hours of Twitter timeout yesterday through being locked out on a flimsy trumped-up rules violation, it was no more Mr. Nice Guy from John Lopez.
Call this meme discernment to tell the truth, titled “Lauren Underwood and the 3 Bills” using a familiar frame in Underwood’s first two TV commercials, and applying the truth.
Much of the information was published on the McHenry County Blog article of September 3, immediately after the Chicago Sun-Times editorial endorsement interview, but including the September 1 debate.
So what’s this about being put into Twitter timeout? At 11:50 AM CT on Monday, an email was received from Twitter:
So what was the specific rule violation again?
“You may not post content providing false information about voting or registering to vote.”
OK, not remembering posting any false information about voting or registering to vote, I submitted an online appeal shortly after Noon on Monday.
Here’s the response and the tweet in appeal:
So, a tweet that had nothing to do with voter registration or registering to vote is why my Twitter account was locked?
It was only a tweet reply about the Supreme Court vacancy after Senator Lisa Murkowski (R, AK) pointing out Murkowski was reelected to her 2nd elected term in 2010 as a write-in candidate after being successfully primaried.
And pointing out Murkowski did not say what she would do after Election day on November 3 concerning a possible post-Election Day Supreme Court confirmation vote.
So the first appeal was cancelled, and a 2nd appeal filed pointing out the inaccuracy of the decision, and asking to lift the lockout immediately.
Around 8PM CT, I cancelled the 2nd appeal, seeing Twitter was going to make me serve-out the entire lockout of 12 hours. As soon as I was allowed to login to my Twitter, before the lockout was lifted, I was forced to delete the Murkowski tweet reply.
So why am I suspecting Indivisible is behind this little dirty trick?
This is the last tweet I sent, shining the light of truth to an Indivisible phone banker for Underwood prior to 11AM CT on Monday:
My Twitter following is a very modest 970 followers, but quite a few of them retweet and/or like my tweets, but late last week, these two tweets had some significant number of interactions, first on late Thursday’s filing of the new bill in Washington to expand the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act to the Federal Labor Standards Act:
And this one from Sunday, after another Indivisible phone banker bragged about doing Sunday phone banking for Underwood:
Interactions, either in retweets and/or likes, of over 100 is nearing Catalina Lauf-level, and she has over 74,000 followers.
Oh well, it’s all part of campaigning in the fall of 2020, but once my Twitter ban was lifted, and after the meme was made, here is where it was debuted, responding to the Indivisible type who tried to use their attitude and Twitter to temporarily silence me for 12 hours:
May tonight’s Presidential debate be more entertaining.