Tag: Twitter Ban

Daines Talks Twitter Censorship as well as Biden and Senate Democrats’ Woke Energy Policies on Fox Business’ Varney & Co

WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Senator Steve Daines appeared on Fox Business’ Varney & Co today to talk about being censored on Twitter and react to President Biden’s comments on energy policy at the State of the Union Address last night. Daines on Twitter Censorship “We were notified, without out any prior warning that we’re going to have our Twitter account shut down and censored Monday night about 11 p.m. By the way, I put that picture up on my profile back in early January and without any warning, we were shut down on Monday night. In fact, the message we got and I’m reading it from the Twitter policy

Sen. Daines responds after Twitter suspends his account for hunting photo: ‘My wife is a great shot’

Source: Fox News UPDATED: Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., is standing by the photo of him and his wife hunting that reportedly got him suspended from Twitter Monday night, as #FreeSteveDaines began to gain popularity among conservatives on social media. “My wife is a great shot. What can I say?” Daines told Fox News Digital. Daines’ account was reinstated Tuesday afternoon, and the senator thanked Elon Musk for recognizing that his photo was similar to hunting pictures that Americans post regularly. “It’s our Montana way of life and we are proud of it. I am glad Elon Musk recognizes this,” Daines said in a statement after

Sen. Daines spends the night in ‘Twitter jail’ for hunting photo

Source: Great Falls Tribune Montana Senator Steve Daines’ Twitter account was suspended Monday night because the company determined Daines’ profile picture, showing the Senator and his wife Cindy seated next to a pronghorn antelope Cindy Daines had shot, violated Twitter’s policy against posting images that show “graphic violence.” “Last night the Senator was notified his Twitter account was locked because his profile picture violated their rules against “graphic violence,” a news release from Daines’ office explained Tuesday morning. “Our team has reached out to Twitter to get this resolved because the Senator believes it is preposterous that a picture of him and