(PatrioticPost.com)- Delaware Republican 2020 Senate candidate Lauren Witzke was unceremoniously banned from Twitter after she criticized a transgender activist who used the word “kinky” to describe little girls.
Yep, you read that right.
Witzke, who was previously targeted by the mainstream press for being “vile and racist” – standard these days – called the comments by trans activist Alok Vaid-Menon “demonic.”
When Twitter informed her that the message was considered “hateful conduct,” Witzke doubled down and used Twitter to post her anger at the platform.
“The last tweet before they finally shut me down,” she said. “Calling pedophiles demonic now violates twitter’s terms of service as ‘hateful content.’ KEEP FIGHTING! It’s your job to pick up the torch and fight for what’s right!”
The quote Witzke referred to came from a post on Facebook from 2016, allegedly published by the self-described “transfeminine” activist Vaid-Menon.
The quote has been widely spread in graphics published by pro-trans accounts on Twitter, seemingly unaware of how incredibly inappropriate it is.
“These days the narrative is that transgender people will come into bathrooms and abuse little girls. The supposed ‘purity’ of the victims has remained stagnant,” he/she/they said.
We’re covering all possibilities with the pronouns, there. Don’t ban us, Twitter!
“There are no princesses,” Vaid-Menon continued.
“The narrative is that transgender people will come into bathrooms and abuse little girls.
The supposed ‘purity’ of the victims has remained stagnant.
There are no princesses. Little girls are
also kinky. Your kids aren’t as straight and narrow as you think.”
— Alok Vaid-Menon pic.twitter.com/AowZeuktHi
— Women’s Voices (@WomenReadWomen) March 7, 2021
“Little girls are also kinky. Your kids aren’t as straight and narrow as you think.”
That’s what Witzke took issue with. So why did Twitter ban her?
The post has been totally scrubbed from Facebook, but screenshots and references to it are often shared widely on the Internet…and Vaid-Menon hasn’t appeared to have disavowed the statement or denied that he/she/they posted it.
Witzke, who has since moved to the private messaging program Telegram to connect with her followers, said that Twitter changed its rules to protect pedophiles.
“Just found out that Twitter changed their terms of service to accommodate minor attracted individuals,” she said. “Sexual predators get to stay, but Christians have to go.”
A spokesperson from Twitter said that Witzke was suspended after “multiple violations of the Twitter Rules,” but did not clarify what rules were broken.
We now live in a country where pedophiles can’t be criticized or called demonic, and the former President of the United States is permanently suspended from social media platforms for pointing out election fraud and misconduct.