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The police phone call to Margaret Nelson occurred on a Monday morning at breakfast time. It was as unexpected as it was unpleasant.

A Suffolk police officer was investigating an anonymous complaint that the retiree had committed a hate crime by posting her personal opinion on Twitter that she dies of the same s*x as she was born.

Later, the police dropped their questioning, apologizing and saying they “got it wrong.”

However, the controversy surrounding this 76-year-old former teacher did not end with that police call two years ago.

An officer from Suffolk police was investigating an anonymous tip that the pensioner had committed a hate crime by posting on Twitter her personal view that you die the same s*x as you are born

An officer from Suffolk police was investigating an anonymous tip that the pensioner had committed a hate crime by posting on Twitter her personal view that you die the same s*x as you are born

She is at the center of a new uproar on Twitter because British soft drink giant Innocent was also offended by her tweets.

The new complaint against Margaret originated from an anonymous person, just like the original: a Twitter user named just Andrew ?, and using the slogan @leftist_rage. Andrew? he had asked Innocent why he was following his account (she’s a Twitter star of sorts with over 9,000 followers) when she was run by a ‘transparent transphobic’.

Innocent, a majority-owned Coca-Cola company, thanked Andrew? ‘for heads up’, then made a public statement apologizing. A formal announcement from the company under the title ‘We Oppose Discrimination’ stated that Margaret’s comments about trans people were out of line with ‘our values ​​of inclusion and respect’.

Innocent said it was a duty “of all of us” to ensure that “everyone can live happy and free lives in a world where that is a reality.” And who would not dream of this utopia?

Andrew? , Who only has 45 followers, then bragged on Twitter about persuading Innocent to publicly punish Margaret: ‘Hehe! I did that, ‘said this grim character with obvious glee. This week he was back online wondering why Margaret wasn’t shut out of Twitter.

However, others were less impressed with Innocent’s dramatic response. Debbie Hayton, herself a trans woman, was outraged and wrote in Spectator magazine: “It seems this is how the Internet works. A false accusation of transphobia is made. And a person, an ordinary pensioner in this case, is doomed.

Non-entities on the internet make false accusations all the time – what’s amazing, at least where ‘transphobia’ is cited, is the way corporations react. You may be forgiven for thinking that Innocent ignored the accusation, or perhaps even challenged it. But you would be wrong.

 

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