Jesse Kelly responds to his Twitter ban

Jesse Kelly responds to his Twitter ban

As I mentioned in the previous post, Jesse Kelly was permanently banned from Twitter last night.

And this morning from the pages of The Federalist, Jesse responded as only Jesse Kelly can.

We have become a nation of sensitive losers who care about words. We care about how things “make us feel.” The exception these days is the man who just wants to put his talent and his thoughts in the marketplace of ideas and see if people will buy it.

That man is rare today, but it was not always so. The American man used to be one who threw his family in a covered wagon and headed West into the wilderness. The American man used to be one who found out the Japanese had attacked men he didn’t know in a state he’d never visited so he ran down to the recruiting office to enlist in the Marines. That American man still exists, but he’s an endangered species.

The American spirit of free speech has been replaced by people who want uncomfortable speech censored. Nowhere is this more apparent than the social media world.

As I have said before, social media is not a small thing. It is no longer three nerds with pocket protectors huddled in their dorm rooms dreaming about a day when a woman acknowledges their existence. Social media has surpassed the telephone. It is the means of networking and communicating with others: 2.5 billion people use Facebook and Twitter.

That is not a fringe thing that is going away. It has now become the way humans interact with each other. It is completely run by Silicon Valley leftists who know the power they hold. And they are using that power.

But power is a funny thing. Power, no matter how ominous it may seem at the time, is always finite. It doesn’t last forever. If there is one thing history has taught us, it’s that silencing voices will always be a temporary solution.

Censorship is a horrible thing, but it has one fatal flaw: It doesn’t work. Voices break out. They cannot be contained. Twitter banning me from their platform only hurts them in the long run. They’ll continue to marginalize themselves, and I will continue to grow.

Read his entire column HERE.

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5 thoughts on “Jesse Kelly responds to his Twitter ban

  • November 26, 2018 at 11:40 am

    come to Gab y’all and smell the smell of freedom

  • November 26, 2018 at 4:55 pm

    I spend way too much time reading political blogs, but who the Marcia Fudge is Jesse Kelly?

    • November 26, 2018 at 5:00 pm

      He’s the guy in that video from the Tucker Carlson show. The video I posted here on, you know, my political blog that you’re reading.

  • November 26, 2018 at 9:04 pm

    I’ve been following him on Twitter for a while now and I’m really going to miss his insights. Stupid Twitter ?

  • November 26, 2018 at 11:24 pm

    “You can’t stop the signal, Mal.”

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