In that blog article, I pointed out the two U.S. Supreme Court precedents that legitimized (at the judges' "discretion" - meaning, that the judges willingly accepted those cases out of the absolute majority of case that they rejected, and ruled in favor of the Nazis and the racists, bending the law):
- a Nazi march in a village populated by Holocaust survivors; and
- cross-burning on the lawn in front of a residence of African-Americans.
Today, NBC12 joined the fray, now marking as spam - gasp! - references to these two U.S. Supreme Court precedents.
- a troll,
- a Nazi sympathizer,
- a white supremacist,
- a rapist and rape sympathizer, and
- where it was pointed out that I am all things bad because I am from Russia etc. - and NBC12 did not consider it necessary to erase any of that as spam, even though these personal attacks were certainly not answers to my question, this question:
And, after I posted the links to the US Supreme Court precedents allowing Nazi marches and cross-burning, and asking people, why they attack me for asking a legal question instead of protesting court decisions legitimizing racism and hatred, NBC12 started to block practically all my comments, even those answering what was really spam, like this exchange:
My question asking #RebeccaJamarillo to answer to the question I actually asked in my comment, was marked and deleted as spam:
The next comment marked as spam was - no, not this one, accusing me out of the blue of supporting a rapist or rape:
The next comment that NBC12 marked as spam was actually agreeing with a commentator who supported my question:
The same attitude was demonstrated by NBC12 when it did not delete as spam personal attacks and threats directed at a woman who commented (in agreement with my critics' logic, by the way), that on the same grounds ("at will" no-reasons-stated firing) any employer can also fire anybody else, including a BLM member, here is part of that thread: