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Sep 23 2018

Why James Woods Was Suspended from Twitter

Due to his sharp wit, blacklisted former actor James Woods is among the most popular countermoonbats on Twitter, with over 1,723,000 followers. That’s why Twitter has suspended him:

Woods was suspended from posting to Twitter over a two-month-old satirical meme which very clearly parodies a Democratic advertisement campaign. While the actor’s tweets are still visible, he is unable to post new content.

Have a look at the harmless tweet, and judge for yourself how absurd it is for Twitter to suspend him for posting “text and imagery that has the potential to be misleading in a way that could impact an election”:

Earlier this month, Woods responded to the coordinated deplatforming of Alex Jones with the remark, “This is the beginning of real fascism. Trust me.” Anyone who didn’t trust him then, trusts him now.

Paul Joseph Watson weighs in:

On tips from Becky in Washington and Lyle.




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