Conservatives Proclaim Nick Fuentes as New ‘Rosa Parks’ of Digital Civil Rights Struggle After Twitter Ban

After right-wing video blogger Nick Fuentes was officially booted from Twitter today, conservatives took notice and he is drawing comparison to civil rights icon Rosa Parks as a result.

Here is what Fuentes’ account looks like following his permanent banning:

Even his critics have to admit that Fuentes’ struggle for freedom of speech has become massively important with historical ramifications:

The comparison between Fuentes and Parks are nothing new, and Fuentes has stated that he has surpassed the icon because of the strife he has had to endure:

Otherwise, Nick Fuentes’ name is trending on Twitter as patrons use his name as a rallying cry against this Orwellian agenda to crush honest human expression.

It is worth noting that Twitter banned Fuentes after agitation from the anti-American special interest groups like the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), who have pushed relentlessly for an end to the Bill of Rights:

Big League Politics has reported on Fuentes enduring extreme persecution since opposing election fraud and participating in different rallies to stop the steal, including the mostly-peaceful protest at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6:

Paleoconservative video blogger Nick Fuentes announced today that he will not be able to attend today’s rally against Big Tech in the state of Florida because he is on a no-fly list, presumably because of his participation in the infamous Jan. 6 rally outside of the U.S. Capitol.

“I can’t get to Florida today because they will not let me get on the plane, I am on a no fly list. I will still be streaming the press conference on AmericaFirst.Live at 3:30pm est,” Fuentes announced in a Telegram post.

Fuentes was scheduled to speak at the rally in Palm Beach with many different right-wing firebrand commentators, including Congressional candidate Laura Loomer, Hold the Line PAC founder Lauren Witzke, and best-selling author Michelle Malkin. They are demanding that the state legislature strengthen an anti-Big Tech bill pushed by Gov. Ron DeSantis.

“Effective bills have three strong pillars: clear definitions, effective protections, and strong punitive enforcements. In its current draft, the bill does not address candidates who were previously banned and deplatformed prior to running for office nor does it address current elected officials who could also be deplatformed,” Loomer explained during a hearing about the legislation in March...

The curtailment of Fuentes’ rights shows how dissidents are being targeted as the land of the free transforms into a Soviet-style dictatorship enforced with Big Brother technology.”

The ban of Fuentes will only intensify his devoted following and cause more people to tune into his controversial content. It will take far more than this to stop the momentum behind the burgeoning America First movement.