Firebrand actress Kirstie Alley, who has thoroughly condemned what happened at the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday, said that the events that transpired in Washington gave Twitter no right to deplatform and censor the sitting President of the United States.
Along with a picture that highlighted dangerous, violence-condoning tweets from Nancy Pelosi, Ayanna Pressley, Maxine Waters, and Kamala Harris, Alley asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey why only now was he taking action against the incitement of violence.
“Hey @jack Why didn’t you suspend these four people’s accounts for inciting riots for months?” she tweeted. “30 people died…billions of property destroyed…millions terrorized ? Bueller Bueller?”
Alley included a photo making the same point, which depicted the Democrats in front of fiery scenes of the Black Lives Matter riots over the summer.
In her quote, Kamala Harris is seen praising the BLM havoc: “Protesters should not let up.”
In hers, Rep. Pressley – a member of the radical House squad – says: “There needs to be unrest in the streets.”
Pelosi’s quote, which in context was about the Trump administration detaining illegals at the border, reads: “I just don’t understand why there aren’t uprisings all over the country. Maybe there will be.”
And finally, there’s Mad Maxine, who infamously said: “If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere.”
Alley said that if we stand by and allow Twitter to censor ideas with which they disagree, we’re opening a dangerous door.
“If they can discriminate against anyone they want because of politics then we are laying the groundwork for businesses to discriminate against race, gender, religion, sexual persuasion etc…GIANT STEP BACKWARDS,” she wrote.
Alley called on President-elect Joe Biden to take a close look at what’s happening to conservative voices on social media.
“I know that many times you have said you’re going to be the president of both parties. I really wish you would speak out and object to censorship on behalf of all people. Thank you,” she tweeted.
That’ll be the day.