A Republican congressman was suspended on Twitter for stating facts.
Twitter took action over his words about this one, um “lady.”
And Twitter’s takedown of a top Republican Congressman’s account came after Liz Cheney got her feelings hurt.
Jim Banks of Indiana was suspended on Twitter for revealing a biological fact widely known in Washington, D.C. but few have the courage to admit.
The takedown occurred days after the latest instance of entitled RINO Rep. Liz Cheney getting her feelings hurt because of Banks.
Banks apparently went afoul of Cheney after she ousted House Republican leadership following her remarks about Donald Trump and Banks was considered to replace her.
While Cheney has kept her hatred for Jim Banks brewing – and his name in the headlines after she recently got upset over his letterhead of all things – Banks landed in Twitter jail this week over a spat involving another, um powerful “woman” in Washington, D.C.
His crime was calling Rachel Levine – who is a man – a man.
Levine was recently sworn in as an admiral in a public health role, and the woke press immediately touted Levine as the first “woman” in the role.
But Levine is a biological male who identifies as transgender, so reality must be denied to conform to that notion.
From Just the News:
GOP Rep. Jim Banks’ official Twitter was suspended after he called Rachel Levine, top U.S. military health official and a transgender woman, a “man.”
The Indiana lawmaker tweeted the “statement of fact” the same day Levine was sworn in as an admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
Banks subsequently tweeted, “The title of first female four-star officer gets taken by a man.”
The account was then suspended for violating Twitter’s hateful conduct policy, which bars “targeted misgendering” of transgender people.”
Twitter’s transgender policy is an example of the company’s ingrained left-wing bias.
They believe their trans policy is centrist, but it’s leftist – much the same way Liz Cheney is no Conservative.
Congressman Banks said:
“Calling someone that was born and lived as a man for 54 years the first ‘female’ four-star officer is an insult to every little girl who dreams of breaking glass ceilings one day…Twitter has suspended my official account for posting a statement of FACT. I won’t back down. I’ll be posting on my personal account for the time being … Big Tech must be held accountable!”
Banks’ Twitter ban is sure to please Cheney.
After Cheney got fired from GOP leadership, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy chose not to put Banks in leadership but instead named him as ranking member of the Jan. 6 select committee where he’d be positioned to foil Speaker Pelosi’s moves to turn the proceedings into a kangaroo court.
Pelosi ultimately killed any Republicans officially serving on the committee but put NeverTrumper Cheney in as vice chair.
With Banks firmly on both Pelosi and Cheney’s S**t lists, he quickly made his way onto their pals’ in Silicon Valley.
And Banks’ recent tweet drawing attention to the radical feminists’ hypocrisy on the Rachel Levine appointment was Twitter’s excuse to strike.
After all, it’s radical to suggest that men can become women simply by declaring themselves as such, and anyone who isn’t instantly on board with that radical policy is branded a bigot.
It’s absurd, and it’s being enforced by some of the most powerful companies and politicians in the world.
Meanwhile Twitter is silencing everyone from Conservative lawmakers and influential figures to average citizens who push back on Twitter.
Worse, anyone who doesn’t want to face censorship now must base decisions according to the world of Twitter – which is of course a form of censorship in and of itself.
Sadly, even people who don’t use the platform at all are eventually affected as a result because policy decisions are being made in this public environment.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.