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Tuesday Jul 05, 2022

Twitter censors Rachel Levine for being a man – ‘The Babylon Bee’

Twitter The Babylon B censored a tweet that referred to Rachel Levine, the transgender HHS secretary of the Biden administration, as a man. Twitter claims the post violates their policy against hate speech. Twitter has locked Babylon Bee’s account, demanding that the post be removed, but Bee CEO Seth Dillon says he will not delete the truth.

Levin, a biological man and named after Richard before declaring and passing femininity in 2011, was recently named “Woman of the Year” by the left-wing USA Today newspaper. In a tweet from The Babylon Bee, the satirical publication defied USA Today’s announcement that “The Babylon’s Man of the Year is Rachel Levine.”

That tweet clearly violates Twitter’s policy of “hate speech,” which calls for a 12-hour lockdown of The Babylon B’s account. By locking the account, Twitter is able to directly censor the Satyr site, preventing them from posting new tweets and accessing other basic functions.

“I just received this notice that we have been locked out of our account for ‘hate behavior,'” Dillon posted on Twitter, adding a screenshot of the major technology giant’s communication, explaining that the account had been “locked for Twitter breach.” “

I just received a notification that our account has been locked out for “disgusting behavior.” pic.twitter.com/udMriKcDr6

– Seth Dillon (sethdillon) March 20, 2022

In a subsequent tweet, Dillon explained that, according to Twitter, the 12-hour lock period would not expire until the questionable tweet was deleted, Dillon said nothing would happen.

“We have been told our account will be restored within 12 hours, but the countdown will not begin until we delete the tweet that violates Twitter’s rules,” Dillon posted, attaching a copy of the Twitter contact and explaining that the Babylon Bee account had been created. Censored

“We are not deleting anything. Truth is not a hate speech. If telling the truth hurts our Twitter account, then so be it, “Dillon responded to his tweet, rejecting Twitter’s censorship claims.

We are not deleting anything. Truth is not a hate speech. Truth be told, if our Twitter account is damaged, so be it.

– Seth Dillon (sethdillon) March 20, 2022

The Babylonian bee has been a frequent target of large technical sensors, mostly for its reputation as a Christian, conservative-based satirical news site that reports the truth and helps insult the liberal elite. Like Twitter’s recent censorship, Facebook has come down particularly harshly on The B, censoring the website on numerous occasions and claiming that their jokes violate major technical discourse policies.

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