Alright, I checked up on your story, and I think you're either twisting the story or confused, so I'm willing to give you the benefit of the doubt, but there are some inconsistencies in what you are saying.
First, you have not been kicked. If you're not on the server, you left it on your own device. We log everything, and I've talked to the mod involved.
Second, you were muted as a consequence of joining in an off-topic rant in the DRG channel about a deleted message (not yours) but I can see you initially thought it was your message.
Third, the comment was "you won't be living here for long if you do" (emphasis mine) as a reply to you saying "you're not living if you aren't treading the lines" in context of someone saying you were asking to get muted on the Discord. So you were made aware that your posts were pushing it in regard to the accepted content on the server and you confirmed that you were aware of this.
You are free to return to the Discord server. If the bots uphold your muted status, I will remove it when you are back.
To everyone else joining in on the moderator bashing, you are free to contact me if you feel you've been unjustly treated on the Discord, but keep this in mind: I've yet to experience hardly anyone contacting me being able to actually back up that claim - we have logs, and if I have to waste my time going through them, I ask of you to be sincere and respectful about it. I am not reluctant to lift bans by myself or the moderators, if it's sensible. Second chances are definitely possible, but will primarily be given to people with enough self-realization to know when they've overstepped, or at least sensibly arguing their case.
If you think I'm not taking reports on the moderators seriously, you're dead wrong. Whenever I come across reports or is contacted I do the research needed. If there's any misunderstandings, I clear them up - mistakes can happen, especially on a Discord server with 250k people. Misunderstandings can be solved by communicating. Keep in mind that talking back to the moderators, not following directions from the moderators, and arguing semantics of the rules are not things that speak to your advantage - admitting you overstepped and being respectful are. But... so far all I've seen is some really vile sh*t from the people claiming they were wrongfully banned, only to go to a different Discord server and not only confirm they were exactly the sh*tbirds they were banned for being, but magnitudes worse than that in their attitude towards people different from them. Topics cover homophobia, transphobia, talking about killing and dismembering moderators or straight up shaming other users for their looks, behaviour, sexual orientation, etc. All we ask if for you to act like a decent human being. You really don't have to agree with people on a deeper level to do so.