Patreon partnership?

Per my earlier comment:

Since when can you remove a moderator from seniority from the moderator list?

I've left far too many communities in the last ten years on here that were either destroyed, abandoned or allowed to become completely embarrassing shells of themselves just because the top moderator refused to give up seniority, but can't be removed because they're still active on reddit.

I'm not talking about turning all the subreddits black like we did a few years ago and being notable for an admin to step in. I'm talking about things like how my colleagues and I had to create an alternative subreddit for our career field because the default one is so toxic that they've banned nearly every actual accredited professional and the subreddit is squatted by someone who just sits on a bunch of NSFW subs.

It's depressing and defeating.

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