Welcome new followers and friends: there’s a lot of misinformation about me, especially concerning my past Twitter suspensions.
It seems once again Twitter’s algorithm is being abused by my critics to keep journalism off of Twitter. This is too bad.
I named Nina Pham, the Texas nurse who got ebola. My team and I did this twelve hours before everyone else and changed the conversation surrounding ebola in the U.S. The media, doing the bidding of the White House, wanted to keep that information from you but I thought you should know the name.
Virtually every network followed up on my reporting and information but a few trolls like the lesser Charles Johnson tried to kick me off Twitter (he’s obsessed with me because we share the same name… really). I was kicked off and then was quickly reinstated. Ms. Pham is now suing the hospital for knowingly exposing her to a deadly pathogen.
I also released the address of several people who were supposed to be quarantined for Ebola but were not. I was thanked by law enforcement. My account was suspended and then reinstated.
I exposed Jackie Coakley, the University of Virginia student who lied about being raped. I was kicked off of Twitter and then reinstated. I’m still falsely accused by some media outlets with naming rape victims even though no rape occurred. Go figure.
Now I’m being kicked off of Twitter for promising to “take out” (meaning “expose) DeRay McKesson, a paid protestor with a history of anti-white activism. (I’ve exposed the criminal backgrounds of other Ferguson protestors, including a convicted child molester and a pro-terrorist protestor. I even exposed Shaun King, a protester who has a history of stealing from victims.)
I suspect I will be reinstated because I’m a real journalist and they can’t control me. If not, you can find me here (when my website isn’t down because of an illegal DDOS attack).
If you support independent journalism, here‘s your link.
If you want to join me in researching things, email@example.com.
I’m also planning a Reddit AMA at some point in the future and plan to be on a large podcast on Tuesday.
My critics are upset with me for being a better journalist than they are and because I publish the real news.
I make no apologies for being good at what I do. That is, after all, why I’m being kicked off of Twitter.
As a share holder of Twitter stock I find this all deeply ridiculous. Twitter is being used to censor journalism not promote it. This isn’t good for Twitter’s share price in the long run.
Maybe Peter Thiel was right about them smoking too much pot.