When The Gamers Began to HateChris Menahan
Jun. 05, 2020
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Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty kicked gamers out of their lobbies late Thursday night to force an update with a splash screen essentially demanding everyone pledge allegiance to the Black Lives Matter movement to play the game.
"The Verge has confirmed that the message subsequently appears every time you launch Modern Warfare on a PS4," The Verge reported early Friday morning. "It also appears on loading screens and when switching to a separate mode like Warzone."
CoD also said they're going to start banning people en masse for "racism":
Rockstar Games blocked everyone from playing their game entirely for two hours on Thursday afternoon to "honor" George Floyd (the drug addicted felon with a giant rap sheet who broke into a woman's house and robbed her while shoving a gun into her belly and later died while high on fentanyl and meth after being arrested for trying to rob a convenience store using counterfeit money):
Normally apolitical people sick of having this bull***t shoved down their throats started to get pretty angry.
In fact -- with nearly 200 megacorporations including XBox, PlayStation, Activision Blizzard, Ubisoft, Nintendo of America and more all pushing this same bull***t and demanding we pledge allegiance to BLM while violent rioters are shooting cops in the back of the head, running them over with SUVs, beating people in the street, setting fires to residential homes with children inside and blocking firefighters from responding, burning down $30 million affordable housing complexes, setting fires to historic churches and other historic landmarks, tearing down statues and looting all over the place -- some people are getting very angry.
To quote a famous poem from Rudyard Kipling...
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