James Woods Just Got BANNED From Twitter – Here’s Why

Yeah, THIS is the tweet that ‘broke the rules’…

Actor James Woods must be fuming right about now.

Of course, he knew Twitter isn’t about free speech; it’ about outright suppression of Conservative ideas.

So, maybe he’s not especially surprised to be in “Twitter jail” after posting a Tweet that “violated the terms of service.”

…be he’s still pissed, though. Wouldn’t you be?

The frustrating facts are clear:

The outspoken actor is never afraid to speak his mind – or the truth – and a platform designed around the concept of free speech banned him.

And why?

Woods’ girlfriend, Sarah Miller, offered an explanation:

Woods got tossed out for simply dropping a relatively well-known quote:

If you try to kill the King, you better not miss. #HangThemAll.

This was a reply to the Mueller report findings clearing President Trump of any Russian collusion.

So, liberals can constantly say on Twitter that Trump should be assassinated, and Woods can’t say this?

Furthermore, this isn’t the first time Woods has been suspended from the social media platform.

The last time it happened, he offered this perfect quote to the Associated Press:

The irony is, Twitter accused me of affecting the political process, when in fact, their banning of me is the truly egregious interference.

“Because now, having your voice smothered is much more disturbing than having your vocal cords slit.

If you want to kill my free speech, man up and slit my throat with a knife, don’t smother me with a pillow.

Woods has threatened to leave Twitter completely in the past, but I imagine his 2 million+ followers would be annoyed.

Besides, we NEED this guy.

See, Twitter is oppressing conservative viewpoints on a daily basis, while entirely ignoring any insane liberal speech.

But when it happens to a high-profile individual like Woods, it really hits hard.

And it exposes the truth for the world to see … a seriously disturbing truth.

Our rights are being trampled by social media corporations like Twitter and Facebook, and it needs to stop!

We need people like Woods to keep fighting the good fight, too.

By Ben Dutka

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