Prominent Black Sports Writer Jason Whitlock Locked Out of Twitter for Criticizing Marxist Grifters at Top of Black Lives Matter


Twitter’s Jack Dorsey at the Ferguson riots in 2014

Prominent black sports journalist Jason Whitlock was locked out of his Twitter account for criticizing the Black Lives Matter money-laundering organization.

Whitlock criticized Black Lives Matter after its founder bought a $1.4 million mansion in a white community in Los Angeles.

For offending Black Lives Matter Whitlock was temporarily suspended from his Twitter account.
It is forbidden to criticize the BLM terror movement.

The Daily Mail reported:

A prominent black sports journalist barred from Twitter for the ‘crime’ of discussing the $1.4 million house bought by a Black Lives Matter co-founder slammed the company for trying to silence legitimate debate.

Jason Whitlock, 53, told on Monday that Twitter was ‘going too far’ by blocking him from posting to his account, which has nearly 450,000 followers.

The censorship by Twitter comes as social media companies, including Twitter and Facebook, have increasingly ‘de-platformed’ figures who stray too far from opinions they consider acceptable.

‘BLM is one of Big Tech’s sacred cows,’ Whitlock told ‘I’ve been harping on the fraudulence and the financial grift of BLM for years.’

‘I think Twitter has been looking for an excuse to de-platform me,’ he said.

BLM raised $90 million last year, the AP has reported, but it’s unclear how leaders are paid – if they are paid – because the organization’s finances are opaque, a fact that has sparked criticism, even among local BLM chapters.

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