Twitter has been suspending a slew of top conservative Twitter accounts that called out the Nashville trans shooter who killed 6 Christians, including three children, on Monday.
28-year-old transgender Audrey Hale entered the Covenant Christian School on Monday and began shooting children and staff.
According to an ABC News report, Hale, who was under doctor’s care for an emotional disorder, b, bought seven guns from 5 gun stores legally.
On Tuesday, multiple top conservative Twitter accounts were locked out for commenting on the transgender shooter.
Twitter was also suspending big conservative accounts like Benny Johnson, who has over 1 million followers on the platform.
“Twitter has locked @bennyjohnson’s account. I know there have been some mistakes with policy enforcement around sensitive issues, but I guarantee what was said was lawful speech. Would appreciate a second look at this.”
Meanwhile, the popular account Catturd was also locked out.
Conservative news site The Post Millennial was alocked out as well:
In February, The Daily Fetched found its Twitter account suspended after it was mistakenly accused of spamming by the platform. The account was locked out for almost a month before being permanently suspended. But following multiple appeals, Twitter reinstated the account, citing a “mistake” on their part.