LTRJ Note: The following news release from 4 Winds USA is posted for informational and research purposes.
By Evita Duffy-Alfonso
This week, Twitter sided with the censorship regime at the behest of the Transgender Movement. The platform banned reputable journalists, a sitting member of Congress, and Federalist CEO Sean Davis for factually reporting on the “Trans Day Of Vengeance,” which was originally scheduled to take place this Saturday, the same week a transgender-identifying shooter murdered six Christians in Nashville.
Twitter also locked the New York Post out of its account Thursday for reporting a story covering the company’s censorship of the “Trans Day of Vengeance” protest, a move similar to the platform’s censorship of the Post’s bombshell Hunter Biden Laptop story before Musk took over the company.
For several days, the innocent people reporting on the “Trans Day of Vengeance” were smeared by Twitter for allegedly engaging in “violent speech” and told they would only be reinstated if they submitted to the Orwellian reeducation exercise of manually deleting their tweets and admitting they violated “Twitter Rules.”
The only “violence” that’s been perpetrated was by the transgender killer, who murdered three children and three adults at a Christian school in Nashville. Twitter’s head of trust and safety, Ella Irwin, claimed that the bannings were meant to hide the dangerous “Trans Day Of Vengeance” event planning, but we all know that’s not the real reason for the mass censorship. Click here to continue reading.