‘Not tolerated’: Elon Musk jettisons Twitter account that shared pedophilia ‘pride flag’

Elon Musk made it clear on Wednesday that Twitter, which is now under new management, has zero tolerance for pedophiles.

An account under the name Pot Luck posted an image of a “YAP pride flag” featuring blue, yellow, red, and purple bars while paying homage to Alice Day, which is reportedly a “pedophile pride day” celebrated each year on April 25.

“Happy Alice Day, to those who celebrate,” user @zeebdemon tweeted. “I figured, why not use today to unveil the YAP (Youth Attracted People) pride flag I designed almost a year ago? I wanted to stray from the oft used horizontal bars motif, but only a little. I wanted to retain some familiarity.”

The Twitter account would be suspended after the post and when another social media user called attention to that development, Musk responded: “Not tolerated on this platform.”

With all the focus on indoctrinating school children on gender dysphoria and queer theory, as well as advocating for young children being exposed to over-sexualized drag queen performers, the left insists they are not coming for our children.

Their actions say otherwise.

As we continue down the rabbit hole of gender insanity, pedophiles are not only getting bolder but are gaining more public support.

On that note, Allyn Walker, a former assistant professor at Old Dominion University, advocated for the term “minor-attracted person” to be used to describe those sexually aroused by young children.

“It’s less stigmatizing than other terms like pedophile,” Walker said in 2021. “A lot of people when they hear the term pedophile, they automatically assume that it means a sex offender. And that isn’t true. And it leads to a lot of misconceptions about attractions toward minors.”

Walker was forced to step down as a professor over the attempt to normalize pedophilia, not that it prevented Johns Hopkins University from bringing him on last year as a postdoctoral fellow.

Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story as seen on Twitter, to include a suggestion of Elon Musk being Time’s Person of the Year:

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