Censorship: Twitter Takeover Totally Panics Political Regime of LeftLibDemSocMediaTechPol
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Tue May 3 00:32:56 PDT 2022
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Rejoins Twitter, Suspended Again Hours Later
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced that he rejoined Twitter Sunday
after his account was banned last year, but he was quickly reported
and banned from the platform.
“Hello, everyone at Twitter. This is Mike Lindell,” Lindell said
in a Twitter video published on Sunday.
“I’m here to tell you about my new account here, @MikeJLindell.
That’s the only account over here at Twitter that I’m using.”
“So we started this account … Please share it with everybody you
know. Let everybody you know so we can get the word out over here at
Twitter in case they do take it down.”
Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, speaks during a rally on the National
Mall in Washington on Dec. 12, 2020. (Samira Bouaou/The Epoch Times)
A Twitter spokesperson told news outlets Sunday that the account was
banned. The Epoch Times has contacted the firm for comment.
“The account you referenced was permanently suspended for
violating the Twitter Rules on ban evasion,” a Twitter spokesperson
told the Daily Beast website.
Lindell also confirmed to the left-wing publication that his recently
created account was suspended, calling it “a shame,” adding that
former Twitter CEO “Jack Dorsey should be first in line for prison!”
Screenshots of the new account showed that Lindell had amassed more
than 30,000 followers in a few hours after it was created Sunday.
The MyPillow CEO added to Business Insider that he decided to create a
new account because there were numerous fake accounts pretending to be
“I put up the Twitter account today to let the public know that
none of the fake Mike Lindell accounts on Twitter are mine,” Lindell
About a week ago, Twitter and Elon Musk announced that the Telsa CEO
would purchase the social media platform for $44 billion and take it
private, giving Musk sole ownership. The deal has not yet been closed,
and Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and other executives are still in charge
of the company.
Lindell’s original Twitter account was banned in January 2021 amid
posts that he believed former President Donald Trump won the 2020
election. Twitter alleged that “repeated violations” of its policies
led to Lindell’s suspension.
Before the Twitter–Musk preliminary deal was announced last week, Musk
often criticized Twitter’s content moderation policies, suggesting
they are akin to censorship. The world’s richest man also said in a
statement that he believes the platform should foster a pro-free
speech policy with more neutral content moderation practices.
As for Trump, who was also banned in January 2021, the former
president told outlets last week that he does not wish to return to
Twitter and instead promoted his own platform, Truth Social.
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