Twitter has flagged Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s tweets in response to his comments about two transgender women.
According to Washington Examiner, Paxton tweeted about Assistant Health Secretary Rachel Levine and swimmer Leah Thompson. Both are transgender women.
Paxton tweeted, “Congratulations to Emma Wayant for being the real champion in the Division 1 NCAA Women’s 500-Yards Freestyle, because the man who came” first “is actually a man. Wyant is second only to Thompson.”
Paxton further tweeted that Levin was “a man” and included the cover of USA Today magazine, which listed Levin as “the woman of the year.”
Twitter has identified the tweets as “disgusting behavior”. While users can choose to “see” tweets, they cannot like or retweet them.
“This tweet violates Twitter’s rules on hate speech,” the Twitter flag read. “However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public interest for the tweet to be accessible.”
In another tweet that was labeled “hate speech,” Paxton denounced Twitter’s labels.
Paxton Wrote. “The first left’s war was against human biology, especially against women. The second is to arm Big Tech against conservative voices. ”
“Big Tech is not only conservative and anti-republican,” he added. “It is now apparently anti-truth and anti-science. I will continue to use all my power to hold them accountable. Even now, I am exploring legal options to stop their unilateral censorship.”
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