Now Twitter, as part of it’s campaign to drive all conservatives off it’s platform, has suspended Instapundit.
— Door #3 Brad Cundiff (@bradcundiff) September 22, 2016
Glenn Reynolds, a staple of Twitter – he was suspended for telling ppl not to sit in their cars waiting to get beaten to death. https://t.co/QpevaeGQJR
— TheFOO (@PolitiBunny) September 22, 2016
— (((Aaron Worthing))) (@AaronWorthing) September 22, 2016
THE END IS NEAR: @instapundit "account suspended. Learn more about why Twitter suspends accounts, or return to your timeline"
— Sissy Willis (@SissyWillis) September 22, 2016
Just as I was about to put this up, Zero hedge posted about it.
Time to contact all Twitter board members (and advertisers) and get this reversed…
Updated to Add: Unblocked now:
Twitter has unblocked my account on condition of deleting the offending tweet. I've done so, but it's here:: https://t.co/DDkZd2el6Y
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) September 22, 2016
Better, but it never should have been blocked in the first place. Evidently Black Lives Matter is so sacred that their representatives can get away with any threats on Twitter, but suggesting people defend themselves if surrounded by a violent mob is beyond the pale.
How much shareholder value has Jack Dorsey destroyed by letting Anita Sarkeesian run his asylum?