Elon Musk Betrays Conservatives With New Twitter Rule
Twitter accounts of prominent conservatives, activists, and journalists, have been blocked by Elon Musk because they were spreading the word about how radical transgender activists had called for a “Trans Day of Vengeance” before the mass shooting at a small Christian school that was carried out by a transgender woman.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA)’s (one of the suspended accounts) allegedly tweeted a picture of a poster promoting the forthcoming “Trans Day of Vengeance” occasion, which is being organized by the Trans Radical Activist Network.
“For exposing Antifa, who are planning a day of violence dubbed Trans Day of Vengeance, Greene’s congressional account was banned for seven days. The day following a transgendered shooter’s mass killing of children.”
Twitter is automatically removing pictures of the poster out of concern that it might incite violence, according to Ella Irwin, director of trust and safety on the social media platform. Conservatives and others who are raising knowledge of the threat have posted the images that are being removed. Prior to the new crackdown, Elon Musk’s digital censors had no issues with the tweets that transgender activists originally made about the poster.
“We had to automatically scan our site and take down more than 5000 of this poster’s tweets and retweets,” she added. “We oppose tweets that call for violence, regardless of who writes them. ‘Vengeance’ does not indicate nonviolent resistance. It’s acceptable to plan or encourage peaceful protests.”
Irwin reiterated, “We have not put in any strikes to anyone,” in a different tweet. “Simply limited the media,” to which Greene retorted, “This is not true.”
Because of his efforts to spread the word about the extreme transgender activists’ plans, Greene is not the only account on Twitter that has been suspended.
Sean Davis, The Federalist CEO, was also put on hold for supposedly breaking Twitter’s “violent speech” policies.
Davis tweeted, “The apparent transgender person’s cold-blooded killing spree at a Christian school in Nashville happened only a few days before an upcoming ‘Trans Day of Vengeance’ coordinated by the Trans Radical Activist Network.”
For writing about the “Trans Day of Vengeance,” journalist and novelist Andy Ngo had his Twitter account locked.
Stephen L. Miller chided the Twitter CEO, saying, “hey asshole, the only individuals who your new company is mass banning today, en masse, are the only individuals who are still defending you.”
This weekend’s protest in Washington, D.C. is highlighted by the “Trans Day of Vengeance” poster.
Radical transgender activists are rumored to conduct a “Trans Day of Vengeance” protest outside the Supreme Court on Saturday in which they will lament the “hate from the world.”