Hey, what gives? Did AARP pull this shady business with you, too?

You don’t know AARP … and if they have their way, you never will. Because it seems whoever’s running their Twitter account has gone on a blocking spree:

wut pic.twitter.com/JOKas2sAnD

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) March 12, 2018


What kind of marketing dumb asses block customers on Twitter, @AARP?

— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) March 12, 2018

Was it something, you said? 😂😂😂

— ⚘Alice Sutton Ballard⚘ (@AliceBallard27) March 12, 2018

Man oh man, what did you do! LOL

🐍 Jemma ︻╦╤─ (@Donadeedooda) March 12, 2018

Inquiring minds wanna know. Because whatever it was, apparently a lot of other people did it, too:

Same here, and I have never interacted with this account. The social media intern is playing with block lists. https://t.co/8Gdx3am7Re

— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) March 12, 2018

Well WTF? lol pic.twitter.com/yNPKd7cx43

— Sam ‘The🐰FOO’ Janney (@PolitiBunny) March 12, 2018

I’m blocked too. Weird. https://t.co/miR5X9bTDv

— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) March 12, 2018

I’m blocked by the AARP? Why? How odd.

— Ian McKelvey (@ian_mckelvey) March 12, 2018

Wait. What did I do that got me blocked by the AARP?

— Emily Zanotti (@emzanotti) March 12, 2018

Wow, never even heard of these guys. #AARP pic.twitter.com/hgAWDr8Fhj

— David Weissman (@davidmweissman) March 12, 2018

Haha! Guilty by association? I have no idea who/what they are, never tweeted to/about them…blocked. 😁

— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) March 12, 2018


— Ashley Rae (@Communism_Kills) March 12, 2018

AAAAAAAAAAAAAARP pic.twitter.com/Jlir70Nhz9

— Dr. Kankokage (@kankokage) March 12, 2018

You’re only young once, but you can be blocked by the @AARP forever. pic.twitter.com/jr0DAjnbGC

— Jim Treacher is a dumb pseudonym (@jtLOL) March 12, 2018

Total Boomer move. pic.twitter.com/kODlGWI9CF

— Elliott Hamilton (@ElliottRHams) March 12, 2018

Blocked me and I’m a member

— Willie Vanderbrink (@OilFart1) March 12, 2018

Ouch. That’s harsh.

Tfw @aarp blocks you, and you’ve never tweeted at them.

Probably talked about raising the minimum age of social security one too many times. pic.twitter.com/L6oYtBwnNh

— Erielle Davidson (@politicalelle) March 12, 2018

Maybe that’s it … though it’s not just conservatives who are getting the cold shoulder:

Okay, this is bizarre.

I must be on some block list, because I have never had any interaction with @AARP and why would AARP block someone?

This happens too often. But AARP? pic.twitter.com/0DXaIQKfOd

— Victoria Brownworth (@VABVOX) March 10, 2018

Blocked! Never even heard of them

— Klee 🏳️‍🌈 (@kleephotography) March 10, 2018

Well, one thing’s for sure: If AARP can block anyone they feel like, shouldn’t we be able to do the same when it comes to them?

How does one block @AARP from forcing the mailman to deposit trash in one’s mailbox? Asking for a friend.

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) March 12, 2018

Tell your friend there’s actually something they can do:

https://t.co/qPLRwsQ9eD https://t.co/V43ul9e8g6

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) March 12, 2018

Good to know.

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