I think its painfully obvious that twitter words refer to offhand comments on social issues. As in, no mob justice to fire someone for disagreeing on political views. Not that complex.I assure you, this is not clear.
The issue is with "fired over twitter words." What does this mean? It leaves open the possibility that Neogaf could actively try to get someone fired over something that is NOT twitter words. One could easily take the position that if in the event neogaf condoned mob justice, it was not on the ground of twitter words, but the underlying issue behind the twitter words.
Its a dumb way to say it and you, apparently, can't critically think about what things are actually saying.
I really am not trying to be a jerk here. Just suggestion that the overall point of a limitation on mob justice is not being made sufficiently clear in that post.