I really don’t know how else I can say it - Twitter is the worst of all social media platforms, at least lately. The level of their censorship has ramped up during the 2020 election cycle, which begs the question — Is Twitter interfering in a national election?
Another example of the censorship that has blanketed the social media giant’s website over the last day or so is when they essentially banned White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for posting about the New York Post article from Wednesday that reportedly provides evidence that Hunter Biden allegedly provided access to his father, then vice president Joe Biden, in exchange for monetary compensation.
Here’s a screenshot of McEnany’s Twitter suspension notice:
The reason I used “banned” in initially describing McEnany’s instead of temporary suspension — which is a tactic Twitter often likes to use — is because I speak from experience. Also, McEnany told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Wednesday evening that believes she’s “permanently banned” from Twitter because “unless you delete this story, a news story by the New York Post, I cannot regain access to my account.
I can confirm this practice that Twitter uses, because even though anyone could go to Twitter and see my account, I have no access to it unless I delete a particular tweet in which I, ironically, defended free speech and said nothing wrong. This is the second time in the last couple of years that Twitter did this to me, and I refuse to delete the tweet since, as I said, I did nothing wrong.
So, these are banishments should you be a person with the conviction to stand up to Twitter.
McEnany expanded on her comments by speaking of the blatant and clear hypocrisy on Twitter’s part when it comes to censoring people.
This was a news story with emails, pictures of the emails, which even the Biden campaign does not dispute the authenticity of the emails. They had a chance today. They did not. Meanwhile, you’re allowed to [inaudible] a story about President Trump in The Atlantic where you had 20 sources, on the record, disputing the content of the email. You have the Ayatollah of Iran tweeting 'death to Israel'. This is permitted on Twitter, but not an email that is reported, by the way, by Fox News’ news division, by the New York Post — a credible outlet — you are not allowed share that information.
And make no mistake, if they can ban the press secretary of the United States for President Trump, they can ban [inaudible] a U.S. citizen and that is pathetic.
For the full segment between McEnany and Hannity, watch below: