>>91737>I don't know why you're claiming it's singular experience
It's just logical: you have no access to data of how many pass users are banned in proportional comparison to ordinary users. You only have your own personal experience, and that is highly dangerous to trust, because you will always be using a pass, so any ban you suffer will be attributed by your biased mind as being because of your pass.
Of course, you could make reliable experiments by creating a shitpost with a pass until you got a ban, and then, at around the same time, and under the same circumstances, posting the same shitpost without the pass, and preferably from a new device with new IP. But I doubt you did that.
The number of claims and discussion on /qa/ and /vip/ is biased because once again, only users with a 4chan pass will complain they are being banned for having a pass. It's of course obvious and couldn't be any other way -- there's no way for regular users to complain since they have no pass. But pass users will always attribute bans to their pass.
Now, I am not asking for any scientific method to prove your claims because this is a dumb image board. I'm just saying that your claims smell like they are wrong, and these are my reasons for thinking that way