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I have watched as reddit, which I so deeply cherished, has become a cespool of alt left liberal ideals so much to the extent it has become unbearable. Today they crossed the final straw by quarantining the_donald perhaps the only mainstream outlet for conservative viewpoints and discourse. This type of censorship is unacceptable and sets a terrible precedent for private companies ability to control and manipulate information going forward. I don’t care what side of the political spectrum you lean on, this type of censorship ship should terrify you. I understand that they are a private company and completely capable of choosing what content gets published, but reddit pretends to be a neutral form of free expression, and thus should behave accordingly. By silently censoring conservative voices, while allowing many other subreddits which partake in much worse behavior than the_d but simply align to their own leftist ideals, they are lying to their users and greatly damaging free expression. Reddit claims to be the front page of the internet, and that upvote/downvote system brings this all together, but what is point if they pick what they want it’s users to see anyway.
Why oh why did the devs place the “give award” button right next to the share button, shifting everything over? Now every time I go to hit view comments, it brings up the share option. Because I’m so used to the old placement. I will truly never understand the though process behind changing UI that has been a certain way for so long. Would it not be possible to reduce the click box size for the share button? Or just move the award button back to its original place? I never leave negative reviews on anything unless something genuinely pisses me off, and well, that button placement genuinely pisses me off. There are many other reasons to give this app 2 stars. Like the fact that you can’t save videos with sound, and the fact that they constantly change the UI more and more just to push you into giving them money. But all I really ask is if something isn’t broken, like the button placement, don’t change/fix it. Thanks.
This app is filled with wonderful ideas, pictures, videos, and stories but the comment section completely ruin the app. Think of it like this, everyone is a professional about everything they see on the app. They judge you quickly and without a full review of who you are, and they’re from what I’ve encountered mostly leftist. God forbid you actually like your president because they will belittle you to nothing before you can even share you ideas. Even the news section that happens to be one of the biggest subs to reddit is all Trump this and a Trump that instead talking about anything worth a read. Personally, I still use the app even though it’s filled with know it alls and quick to judge liberals because I can cut most of it out by not looking at comments and only following subs where political input has no place and even then people will tether Trump to the situation so if you’re already tired by the constant hate parade on Trump then I don’t think you’ll be interested in this app.
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