Twitter suspended the Twitter account of Culttture, a startup conservative media company that covered some instances of tech censorship across Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other big tech platforms.
The Culttture Twitter account was removed yesterday with no ready explanation from the big tech platform according to the site. Culttture is a relatively new conservative media company that appears to support the America First agenda and details instances of big tech censorship.
According to Daniel Bostic, who identifies himself as “Leadership” of Culttture, the account was suspended early in the afternoon on Tuesday.
“@culttture is the only outlet that constantly covered social media censorship and amplified banned voices,” wrote Bostic. “Today our twitter account was suspended…. #StopTheBias”
Today our Twitter account was suspended…. #StopTheBias
— Daniel Bostic (@debostic) July 23, 2019
Speaking to Big League Politics, Bostic says that “We believe Twitter has made an error and we are appealing.”
Big League Politics contacted Twitter to learn more about why the website’s Twitter presence was banned from the platform, and did not receive an immediate response.
According to Ali Alexander, it appears the Culttture Twitter account was removed due to a copyright complaint. Alexander claims the content used was fair use. At press time, Alexander was not able to provide more information about the copyrighted material to Big League Politics.
We are appealing. Media organizations should not be censored for Fair Use.
I’m confident Twitter, Inc. will rectify this. @culttture
— Ali Alexander (@ali) July 23, 2019
In general, it appears to be Twitter policy not to respond to conservative media requests for comment, or at least those of Big League Politics journalists. Our publication has repeatedly asked Twitter for comment when covering instances of what seem to be censorship on behalf of the big tech giant, and has never received a response.
The social media platform appears to ban conservatives in extremely high volumes.
Three weeks ago, conservative commentator and United States military veteran Joe Biggs was banned from the platform.
Joe Biggs, a prominent ANTIFA critic who has frequently organized with the Proud Boys, had his verification removed by Twitter today for no particular reason. Just hours later, his account was suspended entirely.
Biggs, a military veteran who was formerly a reporter with Infowars, has been an outspoken critic of ANTIFA and the terrorist far left, which was on full display in Portland this past weekend when journalist Andy Ngo of Quillette was savagely beaten by a leftist mob.
VDARE News noted that Twitter actually has members of ANTIFA on their staff, as the corporate tech giant actively harbors the anti-American domestic terrorist sleeper cell that viciously attacks journalists in the streets.
Big League Politics also covered Twitter’s recent decision to censor politically incorrect tweets by world leaders, including those of President Donald Trump:
Twitter plans to censor the allegedly rule breaking tweets from President Trump and other prominent politicians and world leaders with a message informing users that the content of the tweet violates its rules, and forcing them to opt in to viewing the material. This comes after Twitter has repeatedly been urged by the left to censor tweets by the president that are considered offensive or rule breaking by the pundit class.
According to Twitter, the message will read “The Twitter Rules about abusive behavior apply to this Tweet. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain available.”
Twitter will then remove the tweet from its safe search, top tweets, live events, notifications, and explore features.
Our publication will continue to track examples of censorship at the hands of big tech as we grow closer to the pivotal 2020 election, which some analysts predict will see an even larger wave of social media censorship.
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