Laura Loomer, in a post on her Facebook page, said the social media site Twitter had suspended her account until next week, after the 2018 midterms will be over.
Over the last few months, we have all seen and experienced first hand the liberal bias of Big tech social media companies like Twitter and Facebook,” she wrote, later adding: “Conservatives like myself are being silenced and censored by Big tech. There is nowhere for Conservatives to go. We are being banned online in the middle of the midterm elections simply because we are conservative. Put simply, this is ELECTION MEDDLING.”
In a screenshot shared with Loomer’s post, the social media site said her account was suspended for violating its rules. It did not specify which rules she broke.
In the post, the conservative writer mentioned how she confronted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey during a congressional hearing in early September.
During the testimony, where Congress asked him about conservative users’ claims of being “shadow banned,” Loomer shouted and made a plea to President Donald Trump and accused Dorsey of trying to “steal the election.”
Loomers silencing on Twitter came after she was tossed out of a South Florida Synagogue by Democrat candidate Andrew Gillum.
Fair and Balanced my FAT ASS!
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