Human intelligence on the internet:
"Mute" button Vs "Block" button. Comparing Minds to Gab (as one example).
If strangers dislike someone's post regarding their personal experience they invade the conversation. This act makes it impossible for people to have a conversation and progress toward possible solutions.
Search "disruption" and "agitation."
To describe the process:
1. Someone posts something.
2. Hostiles begin commenting on post with inane nonsense about whatever.
3. Normal commenters engage hostiles rather than the original post, thus leading to a draining of energy by hostiles who take over the page/website/person sharing their truth, etc.
This has nothing to do with censorship or whether or not the original poster wants to see something, or anything else that they are talking about. There is a reason why platforms have a "block" button and not a "mute" button - because all of this shit has been A/B tested as to what provides the BEST user experience.
What a block button does is allow people to have conversations without that conversation being invaded. In fact, someone overloading you with nonsense comments and preventing you from having a conversation IS a form of suppression of speech.