Twitter Bans Fox News Host Hegseth For Exposing Terrorist Manifesto

The media, and their friends at places like Twitter, are doing everything in their power to damage President Donald Trump before the 2020 election.
And that appears to include finding any reason to silence those who fight for the president and for his agenda.
Pete Hegseth, the host of the Fox News morning show “Fox & Friends” found that out the hard way this week after, he said, he was banned from Twitter.
The host said he was banned from the platform for publishing the anti-American manifesto that was allegedly penned by Pensacola shooter Mohammed Alshamrani.
Hegseth posted photos of the tweets in question on Sunday along with his appeal of Twitter’s decision to suspend him.
“Here’s the (now blocked) tweet from Saudi Islamist Mohammed Alshamrani, who murder 3 brave Americans in Florida,” he said.
“The coward posted it just hours before his terrorist attack. This is Islamist terror. No reason to ever mince words. Saudi Arabia must be held to account,” he said with the screenshots.

The social media accounts of Alshamrani showed quotes from the late Al Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden and anti-Israel propaganda.
The attack in Pensacola is now being treated as a terrorist attack by the FBI the agency announced on Sunday.
“I can tell you that we are looking very hard at uncovering his motive and I would ask for patience so we can get this right,” Special Agent in Charge Rachel Rojas said.
“As we speak, members of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force and Counterterrorism Division are working tirelessly to discern any possible ideology that may have been a factor in this attack,” said.
Those are the facts and Hegseth, being a reporter, wanted to share those facts with his many followers because he believed they needed to know.
But journalism that does not fit the narrative that President Trump is incorrect about the things he says appears to not be allowed.
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