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Journalist Meghan Murphy said in an interview that aired Thursday on “Rising” that Twitter’s practice of banning users for remarks it deems offensive is a dangerous precedent after she was banned from the platform last month.
“I don’t want to draw a line that ends up silencing people who have political ideas, or who are talking about ideologies, or who are challenging popular discourse that has been deemed offensive,” Murphy, founder and editor of the website Feminist Current, told Hill.TV’s Krystal Ball on Wednesday.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Now we’re banned, we’re silenced, and I actually think it’s quite dangerous,” she continued.
Murphy was permanently banned from Twitter in November for saying that transgender women aren’t women. “Men are not women,” she wrote.
“This is what the progressive face of the gender-identity cult looks like.” Feminist Meghan Murphy was permanently banned last week from Twitter for saying that trans women aren’t women. Who pulled the strings from behind-the-scenes? https://t.co/H3fs9jsCGf
— Andy C. Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) November 28, 2018
Feminist journalist banned from Twitter for writing “men aren’t women” speaks out: “It’s time for all of us — not just women and feminists, who are now taking the worst of it — to put their collective foot down and demand a return to sanity.” https://t.co/gcSFOTJRKM
— CitizenGO (@CitizenGO) November 30, 2018
— Stacey B. (@Conquistadora88) November 24, 2018
I must say, #MeghanMurphy makes a good point here. @benshapiro @MattWalshBlog and @RyanTAnd can ask questions about, offer critiques of trans ideology and they aren’t banned yet she is, for saying things like “men aren’t women”. Hmm. What gives, @Twitter?https://t.co/aV3FHLA6GG
— Brandon M Showalter (@BrandonMShow) November 29, 2018
Meghan Murphy was banished from Twitter for disagreeing with the trans ideology. Women are being banned for discussing the nature of womanhood. The unholy alliance of trans activists and social-media censors should concern us all, writes @Ella_M_Whelanhttps://t.co/DqU58uxW4Z
— spiked (@spikedonline) November 28, 2018
I interviewed Meghan Murphy for the @QuilletteM podcast, about how a simple statement of her (widely shared) beliefs on men and women got her banned from Twitter. (Spoiler alert: she delivers zero apologies)https://t.co/tO2nPG7YVP
— Jonathan Kay (@jonkay) November 30, 2018
— The Arbourist (@TheArbourist) December 6, 2018
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