Guys, I know this is getting boring and monotonous, but here we once again we catch Bardfinn in the telling of a lie, as evidence by his own posts blatantly contradicting what he claims here:
the umlaut translates to an e. Schroedinger.
I've never been booted from a moderation team and I've never been admin actioned for targeted harassment.
So you go right ahead now and go to https://www.reddit.com/prefs/deactivate/
It's really funny that he now claims he was never actioned by Reddit Admins, because in this post he himself admitted he was suspended twice. He then proceeded to brush these two suspensions off as minor infractions - because God forbid he'd ever be suspended for any of the immensely more serious violations he openly flaunts committing, like his recent brazen attempted hijacking of /r/detrans:
But even this open admission on his part of two previous suspensions is not the whole story. In another post, fellow League Troll TheNewPoetLawyerette ("I'm a 26-year-old bisexual polyamorous Marxist feminist poet lawyer working in public defense") was openly complaining to /r/ModSupport about Bardfinn being suspended. Fellow League Troll and supermod Merari01 then chimes in the comments claiming he can't even begin to moderate the hundreds of subreddits under his control without the help of Bardfinn being suspended for three days:
In an update post TheNewPoetLawyerette brags about getting Bardfinn unsuspended:
Edit 2: So obviouslt BardFinn is still unsuspended as a result of this thread but she just got the "official" response to her "formal" ban appeal and it was denied. Which means that she would still be suspended if I hadn't made this thread. I'm just updating with this info so that any mods who are keeping track of the rollout of the new policies are fully informed.
In another post related to this incident we find Bardfinn himself complaining to /r/modhelp about his suspension, only here he tried to gaslight them about the suspension by breathlessly terming it a "Specialized Phishing Attack on Moderator Teams". His supposed "Security Advisory" was promptly deleted from /r/modhelp because they instantly realized that Bardfinn was just rage-posting because he was mad at getting suspended once again:
You can tell from his feverish response to his fake "Security Advisory" being removed on /r/modhelp that Bardfinn is terrified of being permanently suspended following his shorter suspensions which were obviously meant as warnings: "Established reddit moderators who participate in good faith cannot get their reputation back.". Except he's not participating in good faith but is rather on a very overt censorship crusade meant to enforce an ideological and political agenda.
If you are still active on Reddit for some reason, next time you find yourself in a position where you have to report Bardfinn (for whatever reason), it might be helpful to link to the above three suspensions in order to point out that he has actually been suspended before and is aware of these three previous warnings. Remember that previous suspensions make an admin more likely to suspended someone permanently in the future. Furthermore, someone who has already been suspended for three days is more likely to get a longer suspension the next time they are suspended, so make sure to include this in your future abuse reports.
I wouldn't be surprised if there were more suspensions in the past that Bardfinn doesn't mention for fear of people adding those up and realizing just how many times Bardfinn has systemically managed to dodge his repeated suspensions. So, what is it that magically brings Bardfinn back from the grave every single time he has been suspended? Almost certainly it has to be the nepotism of Bardfinn claiming to know and talk to Reddit's CEO spez personally, but presumably this individual TheNewPoetLawyerette also plays a role in making sure Bardfinn can target and censor other redditors while getting off scot free. Please correct me if I am wrong but I certainly don't know of any other supermod on Reddit who has been suspended three times in a row and resurrected every single time.
Conclusion: Bardfinn's claim that he has "never been admin actioned" by Reddit Admins is a straight up lie. I guess Bardfinn is so used to the nepotism of having his account resurrected no matter what, that these three suspensions don't even register as true suspensions in his mind.