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  • Haley: "Silencing people, not to mention the President, happens in China, not our country."
    Haley: "Silencing people, not to mention the President, happens in China, not our country."

What Nikki Haley has to say about Twitter bans

Rush Limbaugh and others abandon Twitter

Social media censorship is what Chinese Communists do.

They censor their enemies, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley said.

“Silencing people, not to mention the President of the US, happens in China, not our country,” Haley wrote in a tweet.

Twitter announced earlier last Friday that it was permanently removing Trump’s account.

Trump's tweets incited violence, Twitter claimed.

Trump accused Twitter of “banning free speech” and coordinating “with the Democrats and the Radical Left in removing my account from their platform, to silence me – and YOU, the 75,000,000 great patriots who voted for me.”

Trump said his team has talked with Twitter competitors about building their own platform, Zachary Stieber reported on the conservative news outlet The Epoch Times.

Facebook also banned Trump for the remainder of his term.

Haley, a former SC governor and Lexington resident, is rumored to be a 2024 presidential candidate.

Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller said large technology companies want to “cancel” Trump supporters.

“If you don’t think they’re coming for you next, you’re wrong,” he wrote on Twitter.

Banning the president “is the biggest mistake” Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s CEO, “and the fascists of Silicon Valley have ever made,” added Sebastian Gorka, a former Trump aide.

Twitter also banned voting fraud lawyer Sidney Powell, Trump’s ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn and others.

Radio hosts Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh and other users abandoned Twitter after the bans.

They urged others to use Parler, which has stronger free speech protections..

Parler was removed from the Google Play store on Friday by the tech giant.

Apple has threatened to remove it unless Parler uses stronger moderation practices.

 

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