On Wednesday, Twitchy informed us that Twitter didn’t have a problem with Keith Olbermann telling his one million plus followers to harass a turkey hunter, nor did it have a problem with an account that called for the stoning of Jews or Farrakhan using their platform to call Jews termites.  It did, however, seem to have a problem with a Louisiana-based artist who posted a video making fun of ISIS.

According to Twitter, the message violated Indian law—No, really! It’s not April Fools Day yet.

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He not only upset India but he got scolded:

Twitchy noted: “Calling for the murder of Jews is fine, but making fun of ISIS–well, that’s just a bridge too far. Because of… Indian law?”

Why would India care about making fun of ISIS? It’s not a terrorist-supporting country, and the dominating faith is Hinduism (80%) not Islam?

 

And Pakistani law, apparently.

Good luck with that.

Matt you just might have to:

 

That is a possibility.

You know….he don’t

Oh and here is the “offending” video:

We have captured this mexclusive ISIS terrorist training video from terrorists in Iraq or Syria or something. We hope the United States military can use this very sensitive intelligence of our enemies to defeat them once and for all.

Much of this Post was first seen at Conservative Firing Line

 

 

 

On Wednesday, Twitchy informed us that Twitter didn’t have a problem with Keith Olbermann telling his one million plus followers to harass a turkey hunter, nor did it have a problem with an account that called for the stoning of Jews or Farrakhan using their platform to call Jews termites.  It did, however, seem to have a problem with a Louisiana-based artist who posted a video making fun of ISIS.

 

 

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