I'm not here to judge anyone who pays for Twitter Blue. However, I'm not a fan of pay-to-win mechanics. At this point, Twitter is a game where players compete for the most attention; Twitter Blue is overpowered DLC. If you buy a subscription, your tweets are shown at the top of comment threads and prioritized in other contexts, including the “For You” page. This makes Blue the social media equivalent of paying for unlimited ammo or improved body armor, regardless of who you are or whether what you have to say is worth promoting.
It also makes Twitter really annoying to use. No one wants to play with the people who are paying to win. That's why there's so much mockery of, and desire to avoid, Twitter Blue users.
Granted, there are plenty of reasons why longtime Twitter power users—in particular, public figures or people who historically have trouble with impersonators—might pay for Twitter Blue. No one wants to lose an audience they worked hard to build, and Twitter has the right to monetize itself however it likes. You also have the right to consume (or not consume) the social media you choose.
All the same, it can't be denied that a lot of really annoying posts from Twitter Blue users with low follower counts show up in all kinds of contexts. If you don't want to see those posts, I don't blame you, and here's how you can filter them all out:
BlueLiteBlocker is a free, open-source browser extension for Chrome and Firefox that can filter comments from Twitter Blue subscribers out of your Twitter timeline. You can install the extension and then use Twitter the way you normally do. All comments from Twitter Blue users will be obscured—you can click “View” if you are absolutely certain you want to see them.