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I don't know which tweet(s) you're referring to specifically, but that's her personal Twitter account. She's allowed to post whatever she damn well pleases on it.
I saw the link you posted & it just went to her Twitter profile. It's her personal account & it's your decision whether or not you want to follow it. She can post WHATEVER she wants and you're in no position to call it "deplorable" (and you mentioned political views... are you against her views or are you just saying that she shouldn't be expressing them because she works at Mythical Ent.?)
Again, it's her personal account - not the Rhett & Link main account. Calm down, mate.
Did you not read what I just said? It's her PERSONAL account and NOT the main Rhett and Link account (or Rhett & Link's personal accounts, for that matter). If someone links Stevie's views w/ GMM, that's their issue.
I cannot repeat enough that it's Stevie's personal account, she can do what she wants & if what she does gets linked back to GMM by someone, so what? There'll probably be very few of those people that'll do that (that's if there'll actually be anyone) & it's their problem; not Stevie's or Mythical Entertainment's/GMM's
I see that trying to get this point across w/ you is futile
Stevie's personal Twitter account certainly does not have to represent anything related to Mythical Entertainment. Twitter is a place where everyone can espouse any views WHATSOEVER and people have to decide whether that universe is where they want to be...Free Speech. Allow her to have a personal life apart from her work.
Given the online and social nature of YouTube and Rhett and Link's business, I would be very surprised if Rhett and Link don't already have a policy in place regarding their employees' use of social media. It is common for businesses to have such a policy in this day and age.
Most of the crew members have publicly accessible social media accounts across Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, etc. -- if any of them were conducting themselves in a way that Rhett and Link found detrimental to the business or that went against their existing policies, I'm very sure we would have witnessed changes in their social media behavior by now.
However, since we have not, and all evidence points to Mythical Entertainment employees being free to express their personal opinions on their personal accounts, I can see no reason for fans to attempt to step in and change that.
Feel free to mute or block Stevie's account if you really have no interest in seeing her personal content.