The massively popular “Libs of Tik Tok” Twitter account has been suspended for 12 hours and was forced to delete a tweet appearing to show discrimination against white men by DuckDuckGo.
Libs of Tik Tok has only existed for about 11 months, but already amassed over 300,000 followers. The viral video powerhouse has led to propagandist teachers being fired, abusive liberals being exposed, and much much more.
DuckDuckGo brands itself as a privacy-focused alternative to Google — and has gained massive popularity among conservatives who are increasingly finding themselves to be censored online.
On Sunday, Libs of Tik Tok tweeted out screenshots that were posted on 4chan of a user saying that they were rejected for a job by DuckDuckGo, but when they applied as a less qualified “black lesbian” they were moved to the second round of interviews.
The user had included screenshots of their exchange, alleging that they were passed over because they are a white man.
“I’ve been working as a mobile developer for 12 years. I’m a straight white male who knows what the f-ck I am doing in my occupation. But lately, I’m struggling to find another place to work,” the 4chan user wrote. “I applied for a job at DuckDuckGo, and got told to go f-ck myself right away. So I reapplied as a black lesbian 5 years of experience who can’t program or spell. They are moving me to the 2nd round of interviews.”
The user included what they said was their real resume and the fake one — along with the emails to and from DuckDuckGo.
Speaking to Gateway Pundit, the owner of the Libs of Tik Tok account said that they find it odd that DuckDuckGo markets itself as protecting privacy and being accessible for all — yet appear to be aiding Big Tech censorship.
“Within three hours of me exposing them, Twitter shut me out for 12 hours,” the account owner explained. “When I saw the thread I believed it was real, but of course there was the possibility that it was a troll so I posted it with the source (4chan) that way people can come to their own conclusions. I also tagged DuckDuckGo so that they could have the opportunity to clarify and explain the exchange.”
In addition to forcing them to delete their tweet, Twitter also would not allow them to direct message the screenshots to anyone.
The Gateway Pundit has reached out to Twitter and DuckDuckGo for comment and will update this article if responses are provided.