Don't kick people off Yahoo news comments for pointing out your mistakes.
I'm a journalist who commented of the USA today's story published by Yahoo news. The story was not marked opinion. But it was infact an opinion piece. The headline read as follows:
USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Lynch: The Saudis put a horse’s head in Brooks Koepka’s bed. He couldn’t refuse their offer
Tue, June 21, 2022, 2:19 PM·5 min read
Under comments I said that the headline was misleading and click-bait even though in the lead you stated that it was a "metaphoical horses head." I said that it was a journalism 101 mistake. The headline quotes the writer of the story, Lynch for Lynch's own story. That would be like Mr. Smith says _____ in the headline and the writer is Mr. Smith trying to get you to read Mr. Smith's story. Yahoo news kicked me off of the comments section for saying that. This is cenorship in the extreme. Please restore my comment privileges and I promise I will be nicer in the comments section in the future. Thank you.
T Allen commented
I agree. I think my account has been locked out. I had a comment with a lot of Caps in it. Nothing demeaning or insensitive, only caps, and now it seems I can't comment at all without being rejected. Even if I comment "Thank you" What's going on with my account? I have seen far worse comments that gets posted, not sure why the double standard.