Also on rt.com
“I didn’t think anyone would have the balls to do it,” journalist Cassandra Fairbanks said of the indictment. “We don’t take kindly to that sort of foolishness here in Texas,” said one Twitter user. “Almost like their DA hasn’t been bought off by Soros yet,” tweeted another.
We don’t take kindly to that sort of foolishness here in Texas !
— Hal Board (@HalBoard) October 6, 2020
Among the reactions on Twitter was a suggestion that Netflix’s assets should be seized as penalty, or that some of its executives be indicted and sent to prison. Some observers said the indictment should be dismissed for violating free-speech rights, however, while others smelled hypocrisy, arguing that “actual child pageants” deserve the same scrutiny.
Why no individuals indicted?
People need to be in prison for this
— IronBarrister ⚔️ ⚖️ ⚔️ (@IronBarrister) October 6, 2020
Neat. Now do actual child pageants, Texas.
"Oh wait that's totally different, uh, uh…"
— Bart Auringer (@ShivaX51) October 6, 2020
Like this story? Share it with a friend!