- Twitter has muzzled 2x World Series champion Aubrey Huff with a suspension from its platform following a string of anti-vaccine posts and similar alpha posturing.
- The specific impetus for Huff’s banning could be any number of things, from his crusades against women, Pride month, and people with low testosterone.
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If Aubrey Huff didn’t think getting banned was Alpha Shit, he would’ve been involved in the San Francisco Giants’ 10-year reunion last year to celebrate its 2010 World Series title.
Instead, the team’s top power hitter from that season was likely sitting behind a screen in his wife’s underwear and doing what he does best nowadays: haranguing a stranger for being a beta p*ssy despite wearing his wife’s underwear and borrowing her hair dye.
Huff continued his metamorphosis into a sentient Ed Hardy shirt by taking to Instagram to gloat about being banned from Twitter by the “liberal Karen’s” at Twitter.
It finally happened! The beta cucks and liberal Karen’s over @twitter hate when people speak the truth or make money if their liberal platforms!
Follow my IG backup @aubreyhuff_official because it’s no doubt coming soon here!
I consider this a badge of honor!
I’ll never stop! Don’t you patriots!!
While it’s unclear of the specific nail in the digital coffin, Huff hasn’t exactly been Mr. Kumbaya on the platform in the past.
Last month, Huff responded to the MLB’s first all-woman broadcast by tweeting “women are for after the game…not during the game.” A month before that, he accused the MLB of “swallowing the load” after his former team’s decision to incorporate pride colors on their on-field uniforms. And then of course there was his November tweet about instructing his kids on how to use a gun in case Bernie Sanders won the presidential election.
The 44-year-old’s recent crusade is against vaccine mandates. Huff, who will tell anyone who’ll listen that masks are for wimps, posted footage from a rally in the San Diego area that protested against vaccine mandates for healthcare workers at Rady’s Children’s Hospital.
Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.