Twitter Bans Gay Man For Telling Inconvenient Truths About Transgender People

Mikey Harlow, outspoken gay writer and model, has been banned from Twitter permanently for dubious reasons. It all started when he posted these few tweets about inconvenient truths that Twitter must not want you to see.

"Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people want to be treated the same as everyone else. Radical alphabet people want to be treated differently. That is a key distinction. And that is why sane LGBT individuals take such exception to the latter category," he wrote.

He continued poking the beast by announcing, "Good news! There is NOT an epidemic of trans people being murdered. 5 out of 100k Americans are the victims of homicide. 1.1 out of every 100k trans people are victims of homicide. About 20-25 trans people killed each year. 51 Americans are struck by lightning every year." These statstics fly in the face of the popular LGBTQWTF claims that trans people are at higher risk of violence than anyone else. It's simply not true. But posting true things on Twitter won't stop you from being banned today when feelings trump facts.

Maybe it was this next post that did him in. Everyone knows you're not allowed to challenge the new gender theology. "These are both me. Sometimes I like looking like and androgynous emaciated albino space vampire. Sometimes I like looking like a strung out 90's computer hacker. Sometimes I feel more gay vampire, sometimes I feel more sk8r boi. Guess what? That doesn't make me my own special gender."

But if I had to bet, I'd say that some over-caffeinated soy boy on the Twitter team took one look at this next one and needed smelling salts to revive xim just in time to reach for the ban hammer. "0.3-0.6% of the population is transgender. The vast majority of whom just want to be seen as a man or woman. 'Non binaries' cannot account for more than 0.1% at most. Yet we need to alter the English language and change how we speak to appease <0.1% of radicals. No. #PronounsDay."

Facts simply can't exist in a world of feelings, so Twitter abruptly shut down Mikey Harlow's account with several conflicting reasons that are pretty comical. Harlow has received multiple excuses from Twitter.

First they said that he was suspended for trying to "evade permanent suspension," which Harlow claims he doesn't understand. "How could I be 'avoiding suspension'? I don't even know what that is!" Harlow told PJ Media. Twitter then sent him an update to his suspension and changed their story, claiming that Harlow had operated multiple accounts. "That's ridiculous," Harlow said. "I have only ever had one account. I do not have, nor have I ever had multiple accounts." But that wasn't the last story Twitter would pull out of thin air.

Harlow contested the suspension and received another notice from Twitter now claiming that his suspension will be permanent because he engaged in "targeted harassment." To illustrate this harassment, Twitter presented a months-old Harlow tweet mocking the people criticizing Ivanka Trump for posting cute pictures of her children.

 

Twitter refuses to ban people who regularly spew actual death threats against the president and his family, like Tom Arnold, but they will suspend a guy for sticking up for a Trump. This is a good time to remind everyone that Louis Farrakhan, who called Jews "termites" still has his account.

The truth is that the left can't stand dissent of any kind. And the worst traitors are the ones who belong to the victim groups that Democrats exploit. The gays top that list. When they disregard the approved talking points, they get destroyed.

Twitter claimed that Milo Yiannopoulos was banned over a negative comment about a movie he didn't like that supposedly led to his followers making nasty comments about an actress. But that's ridiculous. Twitter is a cesspool of nasty comments that we all experience every day. Banning Milo didn't make Twitter a nicer place. His deplatforming was part of a movement to silence all uppity gays. It was a message to get back in line or suffer the social consequences.

Since Mikey Harlow joined the #WalkAway movement and has been touring with Brandon Straka, he's become too problematic for the left to allow to rise any further. God forbid he should spread the idea that not all gays are in favor of castrating children or teaching junk science about unlimited genders. That's not allowed. BAN HIM.

"Employers use 'too controversial for Twitter' as a reason not to hire someone or book them to speak," said Harlow. "This could put me out of work and make it very hard to get hired." Who is it that is silencing LGBT voices again?

Megan Fox is the author of “Believe Evidence; The Death of Due Process from Salome to #MeToo.” Follow on Twitter @MeganFoxWriter