Since Elon Musk took over Twitter to reestablish “free speech,” several banned accounts have been reactivated.
In 2021, the account of FPOTUS Donald Trump was permanently suspended by Twitter, but on Saturday, Musk reinstated the account following a rudimentary poll of Twitter users.
While Trump has stated he plans to stay on Truth Social, it appears Musk has been goading the FPOTUS to tweet.
Kanye West, or Ye, was locked out of his account in October when he ranted, “going death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE.”
The Babylon Bee, a right-wing satire
shithole site, was banned in March after making an anti-trans comment about Rachel Levine, the current U.S. assistant secretary of health.
Andrew Tate was suspended from Twitter in 2017 after commenting that women should “bare some responsibility” for being sexually assaulted. Tate is part of a sad online community of misogynists who encourage hatred or resentment of women and girls.
Jordan Peterson was suspended in June when he tweeted transgender actor Elliot Page’s deadname, and declared he’d rather die than delete it.
Comedian Kathy Griffin had her account suspended in November after mocking Musk. After her account was revived, she posted to the social network Mastodon instead of Twitter.