Mark Cuban Blocks Responses on Far-Left Tweets

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Mark Cuban has taken woke Twitter to another level. He’s been angrily trying to spin the NBA’s nightly blowout loss to Tucker Carlson, complaining about conservatives, and aggressively trying to get President Donald Trump to notice him. 

Amid random followers dunking on his every out-of-context tweet, Cuban opted to block comments from anyone who could possibly oppose. I mean, anyone.

At the bottom of every recent Cuban tweet, a note reads, “Who can reply? People @mcuban follows or mentioned can reply.” Those who are “mentioned,” like @NBA.

Here are some of Cuban’s latest designed to provide only 25% of each story tweets:

Maybe worth mentioning the bombshell New York Post report on the alarming details of the Jacob Blake-Kenosha incident? 

Both games Saturday were unwatchable blowouts. 

A terrible sense of humor.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics..

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  1. cuban is an idiot! Glorifying criminals is not a good business model,,, but some are slow to learn. nba/nfl,,,,, dead leagues crawling to their own execution, on both knees! and they did it to themselves bc they didn’t have the cajones to stand up for what was right ! Won’t fly in Texas,,,,🇺🇸🇺🇸🇨🇱🇨🇱

  2. Many of us know that one person that is oblivious to reality and how they come across. They think they are alphas when in reality most people cannot stand them.

    Some people just have a much bigger platform to alienate people.

    • It has a lot to do with hero (see wealth) worship in America. The athletes and owners like Mark Cuban believe everyone worships the ground on which they walk because they have accumulated wealth or have talent.

  3. I feel bad for Cuban, he’s a huge nerd crying out to be a cool kid. Just let him have his NBA team and his Dairy Queens. I stopped taking him seriously a while ago, actually, probably never took him seriously.

  4. I had hopes that Mark Cuban might help open honest dialogue between the players and people who want to actually help the country. I had hopes he might not buy into this whole BLM movement which is tearing our country apart. I guess not. At this point, as others have said, watching the NBA is like endorsing our own Marxist takeover. …..And as for Cuban’s twitter account, I saw him publicly thank “Jack” (jack dorsey, twitter CEO) the other day. The NBA and twitter are nothing but a communist propaganda machine. I’m convinced Dorsey just makes up whatever fake numbers he wants, making it appear Cuban has lots of “fans” backing him up with likes and retweets.

  5. “In the advertiser coveted 18-49 demographic, our prime time outperformed Tucker in prime time by 215%. He did slaughter us in the 70+ plus demographic, so have to give credit there,” Cuban

    And yet this week ratings down 28% for people 18-49….smh cubes

  6. How does he have any clue what will be seen as right, wrong, or important to our society in 25 years? Who would have thought that we would be tearing down statues when they were erected decades ago. They were cheered for at the time of their unveiling. If things keep going the way they are, there will be no history to look back on- 1984 style. Keep it up, Mark.

  7. In 25 years when the passions of the moment has calmed and people are able to look back at facts and not narratives; the NBA will look like the biggest of clown actors in the culture. Also Cuban’s Tweets look super thirsty. “Who’s watching NBA with me tonight!” 1) should be a ?or ?! Not ! 2) According to the ratings nobody

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