Several prominent journalists, activists, and conservative commentators have been blocked by Tesla CEO Elon Musk due to the content of their tweets about the supposed "Trans Day of Vehicular" protest that was called by radical transgender protestors before the mass shooting that occurred at a small Christian college.
One of the accounts that were blocked by Tesla CEO Elon Musk included that of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who is from Georgia. She allegedly posted a picture of a poster that was promoting the "Trans Day of Vengeance."
The account of Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene was temporarily banned for seven days due to the content of her posts. She was accused of exposing the plans of radical leftist groups, which are known as the "Antifa" movement.
According to Ella Irwin, Twitter's director of safety and trust, the company is removing the poster due to concerns that it might encourage violence. Right-wing individuals and journalists who are aware of the danger have shared the images that have been removed. Before the new enforcement, the platform's digital censors did not have any problems with the tweets posted by the activists about the poster.
To comply with the company's policy, Twitter had to remove more than 5000 of the poster's tweets. According to Irwin, the company does not tolerate violence regardless of who wrote the message. It's also perfectly fine to organize peaceful protests.
In response to a question, Irwin said that the company has not placed any strikes on anyone. However, she also noted that the media was limited.
Due to his efforts in spreading the word about the extreme plans of transgender protestors, Greene's account was not the only one to be temporarily banned.
The chief executive officer of The Federalist, Sean Davis, was also placed on hold by Twitter for violating the platform's violent speech policy.
In his tweets, Davis discussed the mass shooting that happened in Nashville and how it occurred just a few days before the planned "Trans Day of Vengeance."
Andy Ngo, a journalist and author, had his Twitter account temporarily banned due to his article about the "Trans Day of Vengeance."
Responding to the incident, Stephen Miller criticized the company's CEO. He said that the only people who defended the platform were the individuals who were temporarily banned.
The "Trans Day of Vengeance" protest that took place in Washington DC this past weekend was highlighted by the poster.
According to reports, radical transgender protestors are planning on holding a "Trans Day of Revengeance" outside the Supreme Court in Washington on Saturday. They reportedly plan on denouncing the hate they've received from the world.
The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Bearded Patriot