The fellow travelers on the Big Tech social media platform Twitter have had a collective hissy fit and suspended the account of another conservative.
It’s all over one man.
The Censorship Department at Twitter seems to be incapable of handling the truth, and Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA has been suspended.
Dave Rubin, a podcaster and tech entrepreneur, described the offense by tweeting Kirk’s “offending” message. He said that Twitter suspended @charliekirk11 for “what seems like an accurate assessment and then asking a legitimate query.”
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) March 22, 2022
Kirk’s offensive tweet stated, “Richard Levine lived 54 years as a man.” Kirk continued to discuss Levine’s life, including his home life, and said, “He had a wife and a family.” Kirk said that he “transitioned” to becoming a woman in 2011. Then Kirk talked about his new life as Joe Biden’s assistant DHS secretary. USA Today had named Rachel Levine a Woman of the Year.
This tweet isn’t offensive. Nothing. It seems to be a complete summary of Levine’s entire life. Kirk pointed out that Levine was a man when he was born. Levine even admits to this.
Kirk offends 2+2=5 by declaring that Levine switched to Team Female and that USA Today was naming him “woman-of-the year.”
Kirk clearly doesn’t buy Levine’s title. He is entitled to his opinion. This bunch seems to think that saying the obvious is too obvious. Let’s be clear: Levine was born as a man.
If Kirk doesn’t delete the tweet he won’t recover his Twitter account.
As NBC News tut-tutted on March 18, “Paxton shared an image of Levine from the USA Today feature and called her ‘a man.’ Intentionally misgendering a transgender person, meaning referring to them with the wrong pronouns or by their birth gender, is offensive.” NBC also reported that research shows “misgendering” an individual makes them feel bad.
Jenna Ellis, a conservative attorney, says that “this fight is worth fighting.”
.@charliekirk11 has now been suspended for “hateful conduct.”
This is a fight worth fighting. pic.twitter.com/uJzivc2zlU
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) March 22, 2022
Twitter also censored the Babylon Bee when it named Rachel Levine “man-of-the year”.