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Alex Gutentag Censored as Twitter’s Purge of Regime Critics Continues
Tablet Magazine’s brilliant columnist Alex Gutentag (@galexybrane) was suddenly banned from Twitter as the platform’s purge of Covid regime critics continues. For those unfamiliar with Alex’s work, her writing in Tablet was a lot like mine, focused primarily on the criminality of lockdowns as they affected children, the poor and the working class, only less focused on the role of the Chinese Communist Party.
Add Alex Gutentag to the growing list of bestselling authors and writers who’ve been permanently suspended from Twitter for speaking up about the crimes committed during the response to Covid.
Naomi Wolf, author of Bodies of Others
Alex Berenson, author of Pandemia
Mark Changizi, author of five books (extremely shadowbanned)
Alex Gutentag, Tablet Magazine columnist
Me, author of Snake Oil: How Xi Jinping Shut Down the World
…and many others. It’s not hard to see the pattern here. Under the laughably Orwellian pretext of fighting “misinformation,” the federal government and Twitter are systematically censoring the most articulate critics calling attention to what transpired during lockdown so the conversation can be drowned out by grifters, sycophants, disinformation agents and CCP bots, effectively memory holing the crimes that took place during the response to Covid. This, in part, is the basis for our lawsuit being led by Jenin Younes (@Leftylockdowns1) against the federal government, and the more high-profile suit by the Attorneys General for Louisiana and Missouri against the Biden administration, to which we’ve submitted declarations.
Can’t burn the books? Settle for the next best thing: Deplatform the authors so no one can find them.