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Stone Cold Censorship: Twitter exiles Roger Stone, disables his account, access to followers

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A long-time ally of President Donald J. Trump was banned from using his Twitter account Saturday and his 298,000 followers were removed from his access without warning.

“While I am uncertain why, sometimes the stark truth offends some people,” said Roger J. Stone Jr., a former aide to President Richard M. Nixon, who unleashed a Tweetstorm on his critics and particularly CNN on-air presenters, especially Don Lemon, whom he called a “covksucker” very close to a pejorative term for a gay man–Lemon is gay.

Stone also Tweeted that Lemon was: “dumber than dog shit” and “a dull-witted arrogant partyboi.”

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Initially, Stone’s friends reported that his suspension was only a three-hour timeout.

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In time, it became clear after three hours passed, that the suspension was permanent.

Stone said he remains defiant.

“I am going to sue Twitter on multiple grounds,” he said.

Stone told New York magazine: “I am advised I have a very strong legal case. Twitter wants to avoid being regulated like a utility. No one has been willing to file the anti-trust case. I am.”

Many Tweeters drew attention to leftwing Twitter accounts, such as the one run by Keith Olbermann.

Others on Twitter celebrated Stone’s banishment.

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New Twitter guidelines were released just last week and one rule, in particular, seems to apply to Stone:

Hateful conduct: You may not promote violence against or directly attack or threaten other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease. We also do not allow accounts whose primary purpose is inciting harm towards others on the basis of these categories.

“Tweets that glorify violence will be subject to company action. Currently, Twitter takes enforcement action against direct violent threats, vague violent threats and wishes/hopes of serious physical harm, death, or disease serious,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said.

According to an internal memo: Twitter executives said a more aggressive policy and enforcement approach will result in the removal of more content from our service and they are comfortable making this decision, assuming that we will only be removing abusive content that violates their rules.

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Judge Amy Comey Barrett Recently Approved Democrat COVID-19 Lockdown Policies

Her decision should raise some eyebrows.

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Judge Amy Comey Barrett has emerged as the choice of Conservative Twitter to be the successor on the Supreme Court to replace deceased former justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday after many bouts of cancer.

However, Barrett’s record is troubling on many issues, with a ruling that gives Democrats in Illinois blanket authority to shut down society based on COVID-19 mass hysteria standing out as particularly heinous.

Barrett concurred with the majority in Illinois Republican Party et al. v. J.B. Pritzker, Governor of Illinois to keep the illegal lockdown in place and allow Democrats to rip up the Constitution under the guise of safety. She hid behind the precedent of Jacobsen v. Massachusetts (1905) in an attempt to avoid culpability for her decision.

“At least at this stage of the pandemic, Jacobson takes off the table any general challenge to [Pritzker’s executive order] based on the Fourteenth Amendment’s protection of liberty,” the majority opinion read in the case.

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It continued: “[W]hile in the face of a pandemic the Governor of Illinois was not compelled to make a special dispensation for religious activities, see Elim, nothing in the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment barred him from doing so. As in the cases reconciling the Free Exercise and Establishment Clauses, all that the Governor did was to limit to a certain degree the burden on religious exercise that [the governor’s executive order] imposed.”

While Barrett rolls over to the far left and allows Democrats to rip up the Constitution, other judges are actually living up to their oath, such as the Trump-appointed District Judge in Pennsylvania, William S. Stickman.

In his ruling, Stickman refused to hide behind precedent to allow the constitution to be destroyed by Democrats. He effectively deep-sixed Pennsylvania’s lockdown and obliterated the abominable Jacobson decision.

He wrote: “Jacobson was decided over a century ago. Since that time, there has been substantial development of federal constitutional law in the area of civil liberties… That century of development has seen the creation of tiered levels of scrutiny for constitutional claims. They did not exist when Jacobson was decided. […]”

“The Court shares the concerns expressed by Justice Alito… and believes that an extraordinarily deferential standard based on Jacobson is not appropriate,” Stickman added.

Patriotic attorney Robert Barnes has levied additional criticism against Barrett for her unwillingness to stand up to Democrat overreach.

“For example, Barrett, I would oppose her nomination personally. So I would do whatever I can to see her nomination fail. I have no interest in seeing someone like that on the bench,” Barnes explained during an interview on the Viva Frei YouTube channel.

“She comes from the old money corporate South, a world I’m familiar with and the kind of people I’d never want to see in positions of power… That’s the world she comes from. Her dad was a big Shell oil corporate lawyer,” he continued.

Barnes explained how Barrett’s history working as a Clerk for deceased former Justice Antonin Scalia is giving the false impression that she shares his staunch originalist beliefs when that is not in fact the case. He explained that her rise is similar to that of Chief Justice John Roberts, whose record of extreme cowardice on the bench has harmed the nation immeasurably.

“This is how Justice Roberts got on the bench. You do two things if you’re on the Republican side of the aisle: You let people know that you believe Roe v. Wade should be overturned even if you don’t believe that… And you play the corporate side of the equation,” he said.

“But most importantly, you get that Justice and his extended intellectual heavyweights to lobby for you to be appointed to the judicial bench down the road… That’s why people are pushing Barrett,” Barnes added.

Barnes highlighted some of Barrett’s worst decisions in a blistering Twitter thread.

 

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