You may not have realized this, but God has a Twitter account (@TheTweetOfGod). It’s a satirical account (of course) with nearly six million followers whose foul-mouthed tweets largely mock Trump and conservative Christian hypocrisy.

God regularly tweets in support of LGBTQ people. But one recent pro-LGBTQ tweet got him deleted by Twitter… and God was not happy.

God’s tweet in question, issued January 2019, said, “If gay people are a mistake, they’re a mistake I’ve made hundreds of millions of times, which proves I’m incompetent and shouldn’t be relied upon for anything.”

Several months after issuing the tweet, Twitter said it had found the tweet violated their community standards and temporarily suspended the account.

God apparently appealed Twitter’s decision and Twitter restored his account to full functionality, issuing God the following message:

Hello God,

Our support team has received your account and it appears we made an error. We’ve determined there was no violation and have restored your account to fill functionality.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate you taking the time to submit your appeal to request to us.

Thanks,
Twitter

It makes sense why Twitter might’ve pinged the tweet as their algorithms have accidentally banned LGBTQ users in the past.

But mere mortals can’t expect to just trifle with God’s Twitter account without some righteous anger, hellfire and retribution. So in response, God wrote:

“Hello God.”

Please.

Don’t try to make all kissy-kissy with Me now, Twitter. It’s too late.

You messed with the wrong Near Eastern Bronze Age sky-father-king projection.

By the time I’m done with you, MYSPACE will laugh at your relevance.

Yikes! At least God didn’t cast Twitter into a fiery lake for all damnation. The company might want to keep a lookout for a plague of locusts though.

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