The first time this occured, I was willing to accept it as the moderator in question has a history of drinking and power-abuse, the post removal was never reversed, nor did any of the mod-staff reply to private message inquiries. This is the post in question, simply a trailer for True Detective Season 3 I felt like sharing to the community. Fine, I don't really care if they remove that, but the reason they did it for "not having a submission statement" was blatantly incorrect and left a bad feeling in my stomach.
Then today this happened. Same citation "Rule 13", different moderator - however again, I already had a statement. This post however was a video of evidence, showing that Trump's "Director of Social Media" from 2011 - 2017 was one of the members of "Q".
Again, none of the moderators replied to private messaging regarding its removal, so I made sure to upload screenshots and note this in the most recent "mods are shit" thread on conspiracy.
I came back to this and replied thusly.
I still have no replies, nor any evidence of this "crosspost to TMOR" - a search of the subreddit shows nothing, nor does my user profile.
They literally banned me for arguing that "Rule 13" did not contain any specifics regarding length or "adequacy" as the second moderator claimed.
Question the gestapo, get banned for visibly false reasons. Logic, rules and evidence mean nothing anymore apparently.
The real meat of this post however, is the ever increasing realization that people who WANT certain jobs are the last people who should have them. I get the feeling most of these internet moderators would love to be police, if this was not precluded by being professional interneters. So they get their jollies off abusing whatever power they can actually get their hands on.
TLDR; To put it bluntly: fuck reddit, fuck corrupt moderators and fuck censorship. I'll be doing all my posting here from now on, I shall not be sharing a shred of information with that shit-pit. Time to make some sub-saidits.