If Twitter permanently bans me, I'll sue them
Last week, I was wrongfully suspended from Twitter for seven days after I exposed a hospital that admitted to performing gender-affirming hysterectomies on healthy minors. I say “wrongfully” because the reason given for my suspension was hateful conduct. I did not engage in hateful conduct. I accurately reported the truth.
My biggest fan, Taylor Lorenz, wrote another hit piece about me yesterday claiming that Twitter executives are facing “internal pressure from some employees to respond more aggressively” to my account. The only thing more aggressive than a seven day suspension would be a permanent ban. But if that happens — if they ban my account for hateful conduct when all I’ve done is report the facts — then I’ll sue them for breach of contract. I’ll also bring claims under California state law and the California Constitution.
Here’s a link to the letter I sent Twitter a few days ago, putting them on notice:
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