26. If anyone dares to object to the 2020 Coronavirus quarantine or criticizes how governments handle it or how the media misrepresents data and statistics surrounding it, FSTDT will surely go on a witch hunt after them.
27. At their absolute worst, FSTDT will prioritize spreading left-wing extremism over expressing basic human empathy. For instance, they once accused Mary Ann Mendoza, a grieving mother and an associate of Donald Trump, of racism after she condemned illegal Mexican immigrants for killing her son Sergeant Brandon. This is made much more problematic by their not outwardly caring about the fact that Mendoza is herself of Hispanic ethnic origin.
28. They do not take responsibility for their actions: they blame others for getting themselves quoted by FSTDT, even if they realize that they have the power and the choice not to quote people they don't like and not to let silly things people write online offend them so much. Moreover, no self-respecting FSTDT user will ever admit to SJW-type behavior: they don't seem to care that copious comments made by regular users could be classified as "#fundie" themselves.
29. Likewise, in their FAQ section under "But You're Defaming Me!" they try to rationalize their efforts to defame people by arguing that their targets are sabotaging themselves, not considering the possibility that the quotes they find might have different intended meanings than what they read.
30. Despite one of their tags being "#conspiracy", regular FSTDT users believe in conspiracy theories of their own. Some believe that anyone who does not support Black Lives Matter secretly hates the black race, while others believe that anyone who objects to homosexuality is secretly homosexual themselves.