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Twitter Legend James Woods Hit SJWs So Hard That Twitter Blocked Him from Platform

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I love James Woods and his Twitter posts. As of Thursday, however, it appears that the Twitter powers-that-be are not so pleased with Woods. His account has been locked.

As BizPac Review reported on Saturday, the news that Woods’ account had been suspended was brought to light by Woods’ friend Sara Miller: “She posted a screenshot of the actor’s tweet, a screenshot of the message he received from Twitter and a statement from him to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.”

At this point, after all the unabashedly conservative tweets Woods has let loose among the internet stream, what could he have possibly done to cause Twitter to lock him out of his account?

It was a meme — and one that mocked the social justice warriors of the radical left (as Woods does so often).

But given what Twitter allows by liberals, I’m shaking my head in amazement at why this would cause such an uproar. Here is what Miller posted on Friday to explain Woods’ Twitter lockout. (As of Sunday morning, Woods’ normally active Twitter still had not had a new post since Thursday.)

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Yes, and here’s the admonishment he received from Twitter. No explanation. Just a clear and swift, “your Twitter account has been locked.”

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could all have a tangible list of those rules so we could all know what guidelines we are playing by when we tweet?

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Zero Hedge reported Twitter directed Woods to delete the post because it contained: “text and imagery that has the potential to be misleading in a way that could impact an election.”

“In other words, James Woods, who has approximately 1.72 million followers, was suspended because liberals who don’t identify as women might actually take the meme seriously and not vote.”

Miller also released this statement by Woods directed to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey:

And the puzzle continues. How can he delete the post if he can’t log on to his account? Is Twitter playing games with Woods?

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And maybe this sums up all to correctly describe the perceived bias in Twitter’s corporate stance against conservatives.

It would be a shame to lose Woods as a Twitter presence. I enjoy his frank bursts of conservative opinion.

I believe his 1.72 million followers might just feel the same way.

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An enthusiastic grassroots Tea Party activist, Lisa Payne-Naeger has spent the better part of the last decade lobbying for educational and family issues in her state legislature, and as a keyboard warrior hoping to help along the revolution that empowers the people to retake control of their, out-of-control, government.
Lisa Payne-Naeger is passionate about all things related to influencing the configuration of our culture … family, education, politics. She’s a former school board member, turned homeschooling mom. In her quest to raise and educate her now-adult children, she has pretty much navigated every challenge and road block possible. Crusading to make the world a better place for them has led her to scrutinize the politically correct directives that steer society.
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