Woman arrested for “misgendering” someone on Twitter
Paul Joseph Watson
February 8, 2019
Fatal stabbings in England and Wales are at the highest level in over 70 years as police waste resources on investigating tweets deemed offensive to transgender people.
According to BBC News; “The number of fatal stabbings in England and Wales last year was the highest since records began in 1946, official figures show. There were 285 killings by a knife or sharp instrument in the 12 months ending March 2018, Office for National Statistics analysis shows.”
Other types of violent crime is also soaring across the country, yet police are increasingly being diverted to patrol mean comments on the Internet.
Last month, we highlighted the story of a man who was investigated by Humberside Police and told to “check” his thinking after he liked a limerick on Twitter which made fun of transgenderism.
53-year-old Harry Miller was told that transgender people might not be safe at his place of work after authorities contacted his boss.
A man in the United Kingdom was subjected to a hate crime investigation after he criticized transgenderism.
Was told that his “thinking” needed to be checked by authorities.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) 23 January 2019
In another example, a 74-year-old woman who wrote a blog in which she stated, “Gender is BS. Pass it on,” received a call from the police.
“The officer said she wanted to talk to me about some of the things I’d written on Twitter and my blog. She said that some of the things that I’d written could have upset or offended transgender people. So could I please stop writing things like that and perhaps I could remove those posts and tweets?” Margaret Nelson told the Spectator.
The officer made no suggestion that Nelson had done anything illegal, raising the question as to why…