In another perfect example of selective enforcement against conservatives, outspoken gay Trump supporter and anti-Marxist Milo Yiannopoulos — a.k.a., @Nero, seen below speaking at the Gay RNC meeting yesterday — was permanently banned from Twitter for what appears to be a bad review of the "Ghostbusters" remake.
In the wake of the harassment of Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones, Twitter has permanently suspended conservative pundit and Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos.Yiannopoulos, who tweeted under the handle @Nero, had several hundred thousand Twitter followers.
His account was permanently suspended around 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
Milo spoke at the LGBT gathering at the Republican National Convention yesterday, where he took the needed step of removing the word "radical" from the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism."
He also suggested that Canada was done for. That remains to be seen, as it is up to Canadians to decide that.
NOTE: This is Twitter's latest swipe at the popular blogger; earlier this year, TheRebel.media launched a campaign to have Yiannopoulos' official Twitter "verification" restored.
Last month, Milo and TheRebel.media's Gavin McInnes travelled to Orlando to report on the Islamic terrorist attack at a gay nightclub.
During their conversation, Milo learned that his Twitter account had been temporarily deleted:
An alternative to Twitter and Facebook which is friendly to more than just the cultural Marxists is long overdue.