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Twitter permanently bans Marine combat veteran Jesse Kelly, no reason given

Twitter permanently bans Marine combat veteran Jesse Kelly, no reason given

It seems that Silicon Valley tech giants are still working to purge conservative voices from the Internet. On Sunday, Breitbart’s Allum Bokhari reported that Twitter permanently banned conservative radio host Jesse Kelly for reasons that were not known at the time of the ban. Kelly, a former GOP House candidate, served in the United States Marine Corps from 2000 to 2004, and saw combat during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

According to the Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra, Kelly received no notification from Twitter and has no idea why he was banned:

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And yes, it seems his ban was made permanent by the Internet Nazis at Twitter (Which, by the way, are essentially indistinguishable from the Internet Nazis at Facebook…):

Saavedra said the company is allegedly looking into why his account was banned:

Twitchy said he may have been tweeting about the Confederacy before the ban:

The reaction on Twitter? Yeah, it was predictable:

Better yet, welcome to the real-life version of George Orwell’s “INGSOC.”

This, sadly, will remain the norm until Congress takes action to put a stop to this madness.

Unfortunately, we all know deep down that will never happen — certainly not with the current crop of cowardly Republicans running things.

Yes, we are. Welcome to “1984.”

Kelly, Bokhari said, talked about Internet censorship with Tucker Carlson before his ban:

Courtesy of Conservative Firing Line

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