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#FreeStacy Twitter’s War on Robert Stacy McCain

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Robert Stacy McCain is one of my favorite authors. He’s a gentleman. He’s a great guy and a talented blogger, but he’s also a rightist. Thus, we should not be surprised that he’s been banned by Twitter. That’s right he got kicked off of the platform. Twitter is having an undeclared war against the Rightosphere and Manosphere.

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From the Federalist:

On Friday, Twitter suspended the account of Robert Stacy McCain, a conservative blogger and dogged critic of feminism, apparently without warning or explanation. This has led, in true Twitter fashion, to protests under the hashtag #FreeStacy.

Only a few weeks earlier, Twitter had announced the creation of a “Trust and Safety Council,” to which it appointed Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist known for denouncing “sexism” in video games, a prominent figure in the Gamergate controversy—and oh yes, a frequent target of criticism from McCain. So it sure looks like the moment Twitter gave Sarkeesian the power to do so, she started blackballing her critics.

Is this what has come from the Internet’s promise of open and unfettered speech, liberated from the gatekeepers of the “legacy media”? Or did we make the old gatekeepers obsolete, only so we could impose new ones?

That wasn’t enough for Twitter though. They even banned his secondary address that he created for the book he published last year. Many think this is the result of Anita Sarkeesian’s presence on their newfangled Committee of Public Safety.

I called him up to get his take in an INFERNO interview:

Support Robert by using the hashtag #FreeStacy and also by visiting his website THE OTHER McCain.

Also, don’t forget to check out his book, Sex Trouble: Essays on Radical Feminism and the War Against Human Nature, which is available for $1.99 on kindle.

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