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Tuesday May 24, 2022

Twitter suspends Babylon Bee for “malicious behavior” after satirical outlet

The Babylon bee has officially drawn the wrath of the Twitter speech police with its latest headline.

On Sunday, the satirical outlet was suspended from Twitter for “disgusting behavior” after Biden’s newly appointed assistant health secretary, Rachel Levine, was crowned.

Apparently, the post was a joke, touching on Levin’s recent appointment as USA Today’s “Woman of the Year”, but nowadays it is forbidden to highlight the reality.

Welcome to the clown world.

USA Today named Rachel Levine one of their “Women of the Year.”

Babylon B CEO Seth Dillon announced in a tweet on Sunday that he had received a notice to close his Twitter account for “hate speech.” Somehow, the post was able to last for about four days after it was posted on March 16th.

Some triggered activists must have seen the post and spammed the flag button to get Twitter to take action, as they know how to do.

“We have been told our account will be restored within 12 hours, but the countdown will not start until we delete the tweet that violates the rules of Twitter,” Dillon tweeted along with a screenshot of his notification.

Let’s see:

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. pic.twitter.com/85tdmrqJpU

– Seth Dillon (sethdillon) March 20, 2022

This is the latest crackdown on big technology to silence any dissenting voice from speaking out against left-wing insanity, but for Dillon’s credit he refuses to back down or delete the tweet, even at the risk of permanently losing his account.

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

Post Twitter Babylon Bees suspended The “Man of the Year” Rachel Levine first appeared on The Gateway Pundit after being awarded the satirical outlet award for “hateful behavior.”

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