Twitter considers the truth offensive


On Monday morning, I awakened to a notice from Twitter that my account has been suspended. While you can still see my account, I cannot post. I was instructed to take down the objectionable tweet and have my account restored in approximately 12 hours or appeal the decision, which would leave me suspended until the matter is resolved. I refused to delete the tweet, but did appeal. My account remains suspended.

I’ve been saying for a long time that the mainstream media are not journalists, but leftist propagandists. We’ve learned in recent years that big social media are no better. Twitter, Facebook, Google are not institutions of free speech. They allow freedom of speech for leftists, but conservatives are targeted by internal policies that censor our conservative message.

We’ve all seen the stories. Sometimes they quietly shadow ban us, without telling us it’s being done. In other cases, they outright stop our accounts from functioning. That’s what they’ve just done to me.

So, why did they SUSPEND ME? On Resurrection Sunday – Easter, the highest, holiest holiday on the Christian calendar – we saw the ugly face of Islamic anti-Christian terror. Many churches were bombed. Two hundred fifty people were murdered by a Sri Lankan group affiliated with ISIS.

In response, anti-Christian bigots in America went into full swing.  Mainstream media – CNN, MSNBC, and others – delayed reporting on the bombings. When they did, they refused to acknowledge that the attacks were committed by Muslim extremists.

They also refused to report that they were murdering Christians, opting instead to call them by the absurd phrase “Easter Worshippers.” Christians don’t worship Easter. We worship Jesus, but since the mention of Jesus Christ offends them, they chose to avoid it.

One so-called “journalist” promoting anti-Christian bigotry was “Andy West” associated with MSNBC. He offered no sincere prayers or condolences. Instead, he implied that Christians deserved it because he claims to have once seen Christian missionaries “manipulating” people into converting.

I responded to his outrageous Tweet. Here is what I said:

Muslims are the ones who try to terrorize and intimidate people into conversions or kill them for converting from Islam. To compare Muslims murdering Christians to Christians doing missionary work is anti-Christian bigotry.

For this, Twitter banned me. Here is the policy they say I violated:

“You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease.”

Now as never before, Christians must make our voices heard. Anti-Christian bigotry is real and growing. As patriot Pastor John Muhlenberg said over 200 years ago, “If we will not fight for our liberty, there will soon be no liberty left to fight for.”

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It comes as no shock that Christians are under attack all over the world by radical Islamists. What is most disturbing is that we are under attack in our own country by our own fellow citizens. The United States of America was founded by people seeking religious liberty. How far we have come from those roots. How far will the America haters take us if we don’t fight them now? Christians are already losing jobs, businesses, being sued, fined and as in the case of Kim Davis in Kentucky, being put in jail.

We must put a stop to this growing bigotry against Christians in America. We know where it’s coming from – LGBT activists, Marxist/Socialist/Communists and their Democrat allies and certain elements of the Muslim community, led by CAIR.

Join us today and take a STAND for our country and our liberty against these subversive forces.

God bless you, and may He continue to bless our beloved country to remain “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”

For God & Country,

E.W. Jackson, Sr.