Trump, Tucker Carlson, Charlie Kirk, Babylon Bee Still Locked Out of Twitter

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Christian satire site Babylon Bee, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk, and Fox News’s Tucker Carlson are all still locked out of their Twitter accounts for posting that transgender Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) assistant secretary Rachel Levine is a biological male.

The Babylon Bee, Kirk, and Carlson remain defiant after getting suspended from their Twitter accounts, refusing to delete the tweets that got them locked out of their accounts in protest of the social media platform’s censorship of true statements deemed offensive by irascible members of society.

“We aren’t banned, but we are suspended until we delete the tweet. We won’t do that,” Kirk told Breitbart News on Tuesday. “I won’t deny the truth just to be on Twitter.”

On March 20, the Babylon Bee was locked out of its Twitter account and told that it would have to delete one of its tweets in order to successfully log back into the account. The satire site’s offending tweet featured an article mocking USA Today for recently declaring Levine “woman of the year.”

“The Babylon Bee’s Man of the Year is Rachel Levine,” Babylon Bee’s satire headline read.

Around that time, Kirk was also suspended from Twitter for commenting on USA Today‘s choice of a biological male for “Woman of the Year.” The TPUSA founder’s tweet simply read:

Richard Levine spent 54 years of his life as a man. He had a wife and a family. He “transitioned” to being a woman in 2011, Joe Biden appointed Levine to be a 4-Star Admiral and now USA Today has named “Rachel” Levine as a “Woman of the Year.” Where are the feminists?

As for Carlson, the Fox News host was locked out of his Twitter account for simply posting screenshots of the tweets by the Babylon Bee and Kirk, and stating, “both these tweets are true.”

On Monday, Elon Musk disclosed that he has acquired 9.2 percent of Twitter, which makes him the largest shareholder in the company and puts him on the board of directors at Twitter.

The move comes after conservatives on the social media platform urged him to use his wealth to fix the company’s free speech problem.

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