Twitter Bans Analyst Who Revealed Antifa Connections With JournalistsTwitter banned a researcher dedicated to mapping out AntiFa’s connections to journalists and the SPLC.
By Ian Miles Cheong
May. 30, 2019
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Former teacher and analyst Eoin Lenihan has been banned from Twitter after revealing major links between so-called "anti-extremism" campaigners and the hard-left AntiFa group.
Lenihan published his findings in Quillette, revealing links between journalists who write for the the Guardian newspaper, HuffPost, Al Jazeera, and various other publications to the hard left group.
Lenihan was suspended early Wednesday morning, prompting speculation about the ban.
Andy Ngo, a Wall Street Journal contributor and editor at Quillette, alleges that Lenihan was suspended following mass reports by members of AntiFa on Twitter.
It has long been suspected that establishment journalists maintain close ties to far-left activists including AntiFa. Until now, these connections remained largely in the realm of speculation.