But Alex Jones was perma-banned for being rude to a CNN reporter
Paul Joseph Watson
September 26, 2018
Twitter, the company that perma-banned Alex Jones for being rude to a CNN reporter, has refused to suspend an account that openly engaged in doxxing, threats and targeted harassment.
The ‘Smash Racism DC’ group, which was founded by an Antifa-supporting professor who has encouraged his Twitter followers to “assassinate Mike Pence” as well as to kill cops and local politicians, was responsible for the harassment of Senator Ted Cruz and his wife in a DC restaurant on Monday night.
Following the confrontation, which was at least equal in its malice to Alex Jones’ confrontation of CNN’s Oliver Darcy, the Smash Racism DC account openly doxxed political commentator Gavin McInnes, posting his phone number which resulted in McInnes receiving death threats.
In a separate tweet, the group declared, “You are not safe. We will find you. We will expose you. We will take from you the peace you have taken from so many others,” which is clearly a violation of Twitter’s rules on targeted harassment, which state, “You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so.”
The Smash Racism DC’s banner image features an Antifa flag, a group that has been designated a domestic terror organization by the DHS and the FBI.
Despite multiple clear violations of Twitter’s rules, the Smash Racism DC account is still online, as is the account of the group’s founder, Mike Isaacson, despite Isaacson tweeting multiple violent threats against politicians and police officers.
The tweets above were deleted, but the account itself remains active.
Compare this to Alex Jones, who was permanently banned by Twitter for being rude to a CNN reporter during an exchange outside a Congressional hearing in DC.
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