Twitter cancels Peter Navarro over unusual traffic when he wasn’t tweeting

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Former White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, Peter Navarro told Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night that Twitter banned him. He hadn’t tweeted since the 14th but was canceled anyway.

These leftists, like Jack Dorsey, behave like Soviets.

He said it was something about unusual traffic but he hadn’t tweeted since January 14th.

The point here is “it’s because of who I am and what I might say, not because of anything I did.”

He noted that it’s “Pichai at Google, Dorsey at Twitter, Zuckerberg at Facebook, Bezos at Amazon. They somehow believe that it’s their responsibility to shut up half of America. They’re doing violence to the First Amendment. They’re doing violence to this country. And, this will not stand Tucker. This cannot stand.”

Well, Americans don’t seem to care, so it might.


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Greg
Greg
1 year ago

Everyone on Facebook should take notice.

http://redstatewatcher.com/aggregate.asp?id=180566

Bob
Bob
1 year ago

Somebody needs to sue big tech for assaulting them. Leftists claim speech is violence, so censorship must be rape.

Sailing by Christopher Cross
Sailing by Christopher Cross
1 year ago

Bad things happen when you let monopolist 21st century robber barons get too powerful.
Hat tip to Dr. Savage for sounding the alarm several years ago about the Big Tech Bolsheviks.

Joe Quidpro
Joe Quidpro
1 year ago

California Oil Embargo

Since Silicon Valley tech companies say they are private companies and can cancel users, I propose that oil companies do the same thing. Oil and oil-related companies should refuse to provide their products to California. Pipelines into California need to have their spigots turned off; refineries in California should temporarily shut down; truckers of oil products should refuse to drive. Essentially the whole industry should go on strike against California.

They may have control (for now) over the websphere, but we control the physical products that they need to live day by day. Let them go without oil products and within a few weeks they will be brought to their knees.

Once we see how successful this is in freeing the internet, it might also be a viable way to fight back against a lot of the radical policies currently being introduced. Eventually this might also be used against crazies in places like New York, Washington state, and even DC area.

California Oil Embargo

Pass this on, let’s start a movement.

Gadsden Forlorn
Gadsden Forlorn
1 year ago
Reply to  Joe Quidpro

Sounds great in theory. It’s too easy for govt to defeat, though. Energy sector is already defined as national critical infrastructure. Govt will just federalize it just like Reagan did with air traffic control when they went on strike. The oil will keep flowing under new federal authority.

jpacord
1 year ago

One of the biggest crimes in modern history is about to come to light and these ChiCom agents are scared to death. It will take the military to remove them.

Gadsden Forlorn
Gadsden Forlorn
1 year ago
Reply to  jpacord

We keep hearing this, ever since November. Don’t get your hopes up, soldier.