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A new term has entered the political lexicon in recent months, and it appears to have left-wing activists – woketards – sputtering with rage.

Conservatives on social media have been using “Blue Anon” to describe Democrats who believe in various government-sanctioned conspiracy theories, leading some on the Left to attempt to censor the potent term. You won’t believe what happened next – just over the last few days.

The very first sighting of “Blue Anon” on Twitter was in August 2018:

“Henceforth the Russiastuff weirdos shall be known as #BlueAnon

— Mr. Potato Body (@PersonalBeavis) August 14, 2018

Aaron Maté, a left-wing investigative journalist, and the Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway helped popularize the term two years later.

“Oh, and some call them #BlueAnon

— Aaron Maté (@aaronjmate) August 24, 2020



— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 7, 2020

In the wake of the rigged 2020 election, and the storming of the Capitol, Democrats and their allies in the corporate media have sought to pigeonhole the Republican Party as the party of conspiracy theorists.

In a series of tweets last month, pseudonymous Max Nordau used the term “Blue Anon” to frame the Left as the most prolific conspiracy theorists.



Who paid Brett Kavanaugh’s debts?
Why did Justice Kennedy resign?
The Capitol riot was planned by Republicans, and Capitol police collaborated.
Detention centers are concentration camps.

and, obviously: Trump is a Russian asset.

Any others?

— Max Nordau (@MaxNordau) February 2, 2021

Since then, mocking left-wing conspiracy theorists with the term “Blue Anon” has become a popular pastime on Twitter.

Last Friday (3/05), the definition of “Blue Anon” you see at the top of the page was submitted to Urban Dictionary by . . . , well, me, under the name of “Mrs. Tibbs.”

Conservatives on Twitter naturally reacted with shock and delight that this subversive message against the liberal establishment was allowed on Urban Dictionary’s platform. The term “Blue Anon” quickly became a “top definition” on the platform, and trended on Twitter.

“Ladies and gentlemen, we did it

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 6, 2021


S*** just got real.

— James Lindsay, super-antiracist (@ConceptualJames) March 6, 2021


New term invented ‘Blue Anon’ to describe Democrats’ nutty conspiracy theories

— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 6, 2021

By Sunday morning (3/07), however, the term “Blue Anon” had been removed from Urban Dictionary, most likely falling victim to a mass flagging campaign.

“Woktards at Urban Dictionary zapped Blue Anon because it was too powerful!

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 7, 2021


Urban Dictionary Bans “Blue Anon” Entry Defining Liberal Conspiracy Theorists; Google Censors Search

— zerohedge (@zerohedge) March 7, 2021

It is also possible that someone within the company objected to the definition and had it deleted, or someone powerful from outside of the company demanded its deletion.

Urban Dictionary allows many controversial terms and definitions on its platform, including very lewd and profane entries, as well as those that contain politically derogatory definitions.

“Look at what @urbandictionary allows while censoring Blue Anon #BlueAnon

— Deb Heine, Dissident (@NiceDeb) March 7, 2021

Google also appeared to be censoring the term, according to James Lindsay, a math Ph.D., founder of New Discourses, and bestselling co-author of Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity—And Why This Harms Everybody.

“Google vs DuckDuckGo, ‘BlueAnon.’

‘Algorithmic fairness’

— James Lindsay, super-antiracist (@ConceptualJames) March 7, 2021

After Blue Anon was removed from Urban Dictionary, Lindsay and many other users posted the definition on Twitter:


— James Lindsay, super-antiracist (@ConceptualJames) March 8, 2021

On Monday (3/08), the dam seemed to break, with 14 Blue Anon entries emerged on Urban Dictionary, most of them similar or identical to the original post. The original post by “Mrs. Tibbs,” however, was still missing.

By 5pm today (3/10), my original post is not only back as the Top Definition, there are now 100 more!  Note that all of them have been dated to March 7 – the day of my post was first deleted.

To access them, scroll to the bottom of the Top Definition page and you’ll see 1 2 3 4 5Next › Last ». Click on Last and you’ll get to #101.


By the time you read this, there’ll probably be more.

Now that is what’s called Cancelling the Woketard Cancel Culture!


Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit.