Elon Musk Bans Taylor Lorenz, Antifa Doxers From Twitter [UPDATE: Lorenz Ban Lifted]Chris Menahan
Dec. 18, 2022
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Twitter banned Washington Post cry-bully doxer Taylor Lorenz along with a host of antifa accounts after Elon Musk changed Twitter's rules to forbid all doxing.
UPDATE: Musk unbanned Lorenz on Sunday after stating the temp ban was for a prior doxing.
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Lorenz deleted all of her old tweets before she was suddenly banned on Sunday night. She said she was given no reason for her account getting banned but that's the norm when you delete all your tweets as Twitter, for whatever technological reason, can no longer cite the specific tweet they banned you over.
Musk banned a host of other journos earlier in the week for sharing links to a "doxing" account that tracks where his jet is flying but reversed course after the masses voted to let them back on.
Despite letting various MSM propagandists back on the site, multiple prominent antifa doxing accounts were banned and their bans have yet to be reversed.
Musk is interacting with Andy Ngo regularly and Ngo is feeding him intel on antifa accounts that violate Twitter's new rules.
Antifa and their MSM accomplices were given free reign to dox and terrorize private citizens for a decade under Jack Dorsey and Parag Agrawal's watch.
Now, dozens of their victims are getting their accounts back and returning to the site and Musk is relegating antifa to Telegram and Mastodon.
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