Twitter User’s Censored Tweet Proves Quentin Johnston is Actually “Overrated” in Fantasy Football League

In yet another case of Twitter censorship, a user’s tweet has been deleted for hate speech. The tweet in question, written by user @ChargersFan4Life, read, “Quentin Johnston is overrated and will never be a star in the NFL. #ChargersDraftFail.”

The tweet, which was posted moments after the Chargers selected Johnston in the NFL Draft, quickly drew backlash from fans of the young wide receiver. Many accused @ChargersFan4Life of being biased and lacking any knowledge of the game.

However, Twitter moderators deemed the tweet as violating their community guidelines due to the use of the word “overrated.” According to Twitter, any language that targets an individual or group with harmful stereotyping, incitement to harm, dehumanization, or denigration based on age, disability, race, religion, caste, sex, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic is not allowed.

In response to the deletion of their tweet, @ChargersFan4Life has vowed to fight back against Twitter’s censorship. They plan to draft Quentin Johnston in their fantasy football league and make him the star player of their team. They hope this move will not only prove their support for Johnston but also show that everyone has the right to express their opinions without fear of censorship.

As for Johnston, he has not commented on the situation. However, he is expected to bring his unique side/speed combination to the Chargers and make an impact in the NFL. He will have the opportunity to prove @ChargersFan4Life wrong and show that he is indeed a star in the making.

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