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Oct 25 2021

Jim Banks Suspended From Twitter for Saying Man Is Man

Twitter is a main component of our information infrastructure. Republicans don’t have to be President of the United States to get thrown off of it. All they have to do is state incontrovertible facts that undermine liberal ideology. For example, Congressman Jim Banks was suspended for stating that four-star transvestite bureaucrat Rachel (né Richard) Levine is a man.

Via The Hill:

Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) said Saturday that his official Twitter account had been suspended over a post he made about Department of Health and Human Services assistant secretary for health Rachel Levine, who is transgender. …

“The account referenced has been temporarily locked for violating our Hateful Conduct Policy. The account owner is required to delete the violative Tweet before regaining access to their account,” a Twitter spokesperson told The Hill in a statement.

Here’s the “hateful conduct”:

Banks has been denied his right of free speech for stating the biological equivalent of 2 + 2 = 4.

As he notes,

“My tweet was a statement of fact. Big Tech doesn’t have to agree with me, but they shouldn’t be able to cancel me. If they silence me, they will silence you.”

Despite the unpunished political violence of Black Lives Matter and Antifa and the police state treatment of the January 6 rioters, this is still a soft tyranny for now. But it is already totalitarian in nature.

Soon stating any fact whatsoever that conflicts with the depraved ideology of our degenerate ruling class will result in getting silenced.

On tips from Dragon’s Lair and Franco.


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2 Responses to “Jim Banks Suspended From Twitter for Saying Man Is Man”

  1. […] only about women and girls. Liberals can’t even define them. A congressman was just thrown off Twitter for insisting that a man is not a woman. Cultural Marxists take an intersectional approach, […]


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