July 28, 2016

WATCH: Milo Yiannopoulos talks about going to war against Twitter

StaffRebel Columnist

Breitbart's Milo Yiannopoulos is going to war against Twitter and wants the social network to start being honest with its users.

Milo, who has been permanently banned by Twitter after teasing GhostBuster's actress Leslie Jones and writing a critical review of the film, appeared on CNBC to discuss the site's bias.

He has requested every piece of information Twitter has on him, including info on the decision for his suspension and verified check removal.

Twitter has been accused by many of being anti-free speech. Milo believes that by driving “interesting personalities away from the platform” is going to “stall user growth”.

Watch and see for yourself.

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commented 2016-07-29 02:05:59 -0400
Twitter sucks anyways, maybe some use for certain people , but mostly a forum for egos.
commented 2016-07-29 00:08:06 -0400
It’s a non-issue for Trump to invite Russia to hack Hillary, ’cause they already have, and continue to do so.
Telling them not too, would be equally irrelevant! No, Milos is right, it was excellent political theatre!
commented 2016-07-28 21:23:11 -0400
Twitter has never made money. The backers are probably ready to pull out. Perhaps soon to be gone? Or Microsoft will buy it out and then it will become a pay to use service.

Arbitrary censorship, especially of the right is getting worse. You can say anything you want about Trump, Jews, Christians, the right and whites, but never about Clinton, Muslims, the left or blacks. Offend any SJW and suddenly your account can be suspended, blocked, or terminated.

Milo fits into a lot of categories: supports Trump, father Christian, mother Jewish, supports the right and he is white. Any doubt why he was banned?
commented 2016-07-28 17:20:09 -0400
And yet isis uses it for killing?

That is why I despise twitter.
commented 2016-07-28 15:26:11 -0400
Was the interviewer Alix Pierson? Good to know she has a gig.
commented 2016-07-28 15:11:15 -0400
Milo always keeps his cool and charm. The interviewer for CNBC started to get a little edgy there for a moment, but Milo just carried on with all his articulate charisma and voice of reason.
commented 2016-07-28 15:09:04 -0400
Twitter. Facebook. Google. Wikipedia. All have a left wing bias like the rest of the mainstream media.
commented 2016-07-28 15:03:42 -0400
How cool is that Milo on CNBC. He knows how to do a proper windsor knot. Great suit great hair. Came off great.
Twitter is going down, and deserves to.
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