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Twitter suspended me for telling the truth
And the media is doing everything they can to convince Twitter to make it permanent.
As you may have heard, I’m currently suspended from Twitter for 7 days after I released a damning recording of Children’s National Hospital staff admitting to performing gender-affirming hysterectomies on minors. Of course, the suspension came shortly after the media ran cover for the hospital and called for me to be banned, despite the irrefutable evidence on the recording. Even though the report came straight from the mouths of hospital staff, they want to silence me and gaslight everyone into disbelieving their eyes and ears. Just a few years ago, the kind of journalism I did would be applauded. Now, it’s vilified and instantly “debunked” by other so-called reporters who’ve made it their mission to suppress the truth.
Washington Post claimed that I “falsely suggested” Children’s National was doing hysterectomies on kids when I literally quoted the hospital’s own website and staff. To nobody’s surprise, Taylor Lorenz—the lunatic who showed up at my family’s home to dox me—contributed to the report. WaPo is more upset that I caught the hospital admitting to providing "gender-affirming” surgeries to young kids than they are with the surgeries themselves. That should tell you all you need to know.
Next came NPR, which unsurprisingly claimed my report was false despite having a clear recording of hospital staff admitting it. I mean, how do they even write this stuff with a straight face?
Meanwhile, AP was more concerned about mean comments under Children’s National tweets than the fact that hysterectomies were being done on kids in the name of “gender-affirming care.” ABC, Los Angeles Blade, and Yahoo News shared similar sentiments.
Trans activists on Twitter immediately called for my suspension. Some media outlets, like NPR, dedicated a whole section of their articles calling for Twitter to ban me.
After racking up over one million listens on my recorded call, and fielding the dishonest propaganda for two days, Twitter finally caved to their media friends and suspended me for “hateful conduct.” No explanation. No specific tweet. They just think reporting news they disagree with is hateful.
This raises some disturbing questions. Why is Twitter covering for a hospital which admitted on record to doing gender-affirming hysterectomies on children? This should not be a partisan issue. Every single person with a conscience should be horrified at the thought of a young, confused, perfectly healthy 13-year-old getting her uterus ripped out, making her unable to ever bear children.
Any sane person realizes that mutilating children for “gender affirmation” is barbaric. This is why they work so hard to cover their tracks; they don’t want you to know about it, or you might put a stop to it. Their agenda depends on reaching — and irreversibly damaging — these children at as early an age as possible. But taking away a young girl’s ability to reproduce later in life because she thinks she might be a boy is not “care.” A false belief in the mind is not treated by mutilating the body. Any doctor performing these surgeries should have their license revoked. They belong in prison. But alas, they are celebrated while Twitter and the media run cover for them.
Getting suspended by Twitter has made me realize my biggest mistake: I only called one hospital. I should've called dozens because I promise you, Children’s National is not the only one. I promise to learn from my mistake and uncover more of what our Big Tech overlords don’t want us to know. I will do better in the future.
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