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Media Matters Editor and Washed-Up Tech Guy Baselessly Accuse CJ Pearson of Deactivating His Own Twitter Account as Publicity Stunt

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Earlier this evening, after 16-year-old conservative CJ Pearson was locked out of Twitter on the heels of Laura Loomer’s protest of the tech giant, two rabid left wing activists accused him of deactivating his own account as a “publicity stunt” during a time when Twitter censorship is a hotbed discussion.

A couple of hours after the apparent suspension, Pearson’s account came back online.

The conspiracy started when William LeGate, a former tech wiz kid turned anti-Trump troll, who has a substantial following on Twitter, claimed without evidence that Pearson’s account was not suspended, but rather deactivated by Pearson himself. LeGate is now best known for photos that emerged online of his large nipples.

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“Oh, wow,” LeGate said. “You decided to restore your account? You realize people can tell when an account is suspended vs. deleted?”

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LeGate posted side-by-side photos of Loomer’s banned account next to Pearson’s suspended account, surmising that since the messages were different, Pearson must have been pulling a stunt.

Conservative activist Ali Alexander advised LeGate to retract his lie, and said that Twitter would soon be providing an explanation for the suspension, and that LeGate’s lie would not hold. LeGate kept up the charade anyway.

“Nope, not retracting anything,” he said. “I never lied, and CJ was never suspended.”

LeGate Tweeted several more times back and forth with Alexander, sticking to his guns about his conspiracy theory.

Media Matters editor-at-large Parker Molloy piled on, spreading the conspiracy to her 146,000 followers.

“This is the same guy who once claimed that Obama blocked him (Obama did not block him) and got attention for it, right?,” she said.

“Ahh it is him! This is what he does!” she continued, linking to an article from now-defunct Gawker. 

Big League Politics spoke with Alexander, a conservative operative, about the situation.

“It’s no secret that I have conversations with Twitter executives, and I’ve been one of the proponents of Twitter having conversations with conservatives,” he said. “I made it very clear to them that a 16-year-boy should not be defamed and lied about by left wing conspiracy theorists. I also made it clear to Twitter that this was their mistake and they needed to own it.”

Alexander also denounced the conspiracy theorist’s smears as an attempt to drudge up rumors about Pearson from the past.

Twitter made an official statement about the ban from its communications account shortly after Alexander and LeGate’s spat. As it turns out, Alexander was right.

“Our systems automatically locked CJ Pearson’s account in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As soon as we were alerted to the error, we reactivated it. It will take a couple of hours for the follower count to return to normal,” the company said.

BLP asked Alexander if Twitter’s explanation for the ban was legitimate, or it was just a pretext for conservative censorship.

“I don’t what this was, but it was one hell of a coincidence,” Abkar said.

Neither LeGate nor Molloy responded to a request for comment.

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President Trump’s Facebook Page is Reactivated

The account is probably still silenced, though.

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President Donald Trump’s Facebook page was restored on the platform Friday evening. The page had previously been deactivated in a coordinated purge on the part of Big Tech oligarchs, with Twitter permanently suspending President Trump’s account.

It’s unclear if President Trump is allowed to post on his page. Mark Zuckerberg had announced that he intended to silence the President until after the Inauguration, claiming that allowing as such presented a risk of violence after a raucous protest outside the US Capitol.

It’s most likely that President Trump is restricted from using the page until after his presidency, an unprecedented usurpation on the part of Big Tech oligarchs. Zuckerberg reinstated the page as a faux concession to opponents of his power, claiming that he hasn’t deplatformed the President and that he’s allowed on the network.

Twitter may eventually be forced to allow President Trump’s return, faced with growing competition from free speech social media platforms Parler and Gab. CEO Jack Dorsey provided a list of weak excuses for President Trump’s permanent ban, feigning consternation over unprecedented censorship he himself is responsible for.

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Jared Kushner had reportedly urged President Trump to avoid making a presence on Gab and Parler, claiming that the alt-tech platforms are “fringe” and unworthy of his presence. After a censorship campaign unprecedented in American history, many Trump supporters would describe the notoriously corrupt mainstream Silicon Valley platforms in the same terms.


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