Laura Loomer protests outside Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s house after being banned from platform

“…I have been silenced I can’t even get my message out there.”

(INTELLIHUB) — Journalist turned activist Laura Loomer protested Twitter’s recent ban of her and other conservatives from outside the platform CEO’s California residence early Wednesday morning in an attempt to raise awareness to social media bias.

Needless to say, the fiery female journalist dropped off a few presents for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey during her visit including a copy of her lawsuit against the social media giant.

Loomer told police who showed up to her demonstration that she wanted to raise awareness that social media platforms are working with terrorist organizations.

“I’m a Jewish conservative journalist and now I can no longer post to social media and get my journalism out to the public even though I am doing a lot of work that is counter-terror related… because he [Jack Dorsey] is literally working with an Islamic terrorist organization to ban me and because I have been silenced I can’t even get my message out there,” Loomer explained. “I get death threats from members of terrorist organizations, members of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood simply because Jack Dorsey has allowed them to take meetings with Twitter executives to ban me.”

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