Social Justice Bullies kill off any hopes their weapon of choice will survive

Twitter is in a downward spiral.

Staffed by liberal elite wankers who allow hate speech and bullying to flourish and unable to monetise the platform in any meaningful way, the company is faltering. Its stock price is tanking and users seeking a better experience are abandoning the platform.

The weapon of choice for modern day social justice bullies is on the brink.

One company that was thinking of investing in Twitter has now run a mile once they started looking at the bullying culture.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff finally killed all rumours of a potential Twitter acquisition on Friday when he told the Financial Times that it?s ?not the right fit? for his company.

Benioff said a lot of things, like that Twitter?s price, and work culture, contributed to his decision to walk away from a deal. Part of it also likely had to do with the pressure from investors, as?Salesforce stock plummeted after it was reported to be interested in buying Twitter.

But according to CNBC?s ?Mad Money? host Jim Cramer, Salesforce was turned off by a more fundamental problem that?s been hurting Twitter for years: trolls. ?

?What?s happened is, a lot of the bidders are looking at people with lots of followers and seeing the hatred,? Cramer said on CNBC?s ?Squawk on the Street,? citing a recent conversation with Benioff. ?I know that the haters reduce the value of the company?I know that Salesforce was very concerned about this notion.?

Cramer didn?t further elaborate on Salesforce?s thinking. But Twitter?s troll problem isn?t anything new if you?ve been following the company for a while.

In fact, Twitter?s ex-CEO Dick Costolo acknowledged the problem last year, saying he?s ?taking personal responsibility? for it and that he?s ?ashamed of how poorly? the company has dealt with the issue.

One report last year suggested that a whopping 88% of the abusive mentions on social media happen on Twitter.

Twitter?s built a variety of new services to fight this issue, including a new ?Safety Center? and a list of tools to block abusive users, but Cramer thinks it needs to do a better job.

?It?s a free fire zone,? Cramer said, referring to Twitter.

Trolls were hurting our comments section. Pete and the mods have systematically culled them or exported them to other blog comment sections. They can no longer hurt us.

Twitter is a?victim of its own lackadaisical service towards its customers. When I was under?attack and complaining about attacks it fell on deaf ears. The Police got nowhere either in tracking the Whaledump accounts. Twitter were disinterested.

Little wonder then that the social?justice bullies have essentially crapped in their own nest.


-Business Insider