Elon Musk Unbans Nick Fuentes, Sam Hyde And Other Popular Political Figures From TwitterChris Menahan
Jan. 24, 2023
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Elon Musk's Twitter on Tuesday unbanned conservative commentator Nick Fuentes, comedian Sam Hyde, journalist Patrick Howley, former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter and columnist Pepe Escobar.
[UPDATE: Nick Fuentes Banned From Twitter Less Than 24 Hours After Being Reinstated]
The media is predictably throwing a fit over the news.
"Twitter has reinstated other white nationalists, antisemites, and conspiracy theorists in recent months including Andrew Anglin, Baked Alaska, Sean Turnbull, Kanye West, and Ali Alexander," Dan Abrams' Mediaite reported on Tuesday (Ye is still banned).
British writer David Icke and Patriotic Alternative founder Mark Collett were also given their accounts back earlier this month.
The ADL last year threatened Musk with "dire consequences" if he replatformed "dangerous individuals" like Donald Trump, Alex Jones, Nick Fuentes, Steve Bannon, Andrew Tate, and David Duke.
Over half have been given their accounts back so far.
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt in November claimed that Musk's decision to let Trump back on the platform showed "he is not remotely serious about safeguarding the platform from hate, harassment and misinformation."
"Hey stop defaming me!" Musk responded.
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