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Laura Loomer, forbidden Twitter user, handcuffs himself to the company headquarters in protest

Laura Loomer, a conservative activist and provocator recently suspended from Twitter, handed herself to the company's headquarters in New York…

Laura Loomer, a conservative activist and provocator recently suspended from Twitter, handed herself to the company’s headquarters in New York on Thursday in protest.

Ms. Loomer, 25, started stunting shortly before 4 pm Thursday, eight days after her Twitter account was canceled by a tweet criticizing Rep. -Select Ilhan Omar, Minnesota Democrat.

“I’m here for the millions of conservatives censored by Jack Dorsey,” said Loomer. after shaking at Twitter’s headquarters on Thursday, referring to the company’s founder and CEO.

“I quit the key,” she added. “I’ll be here as long as it takes.”

Twitter “notified the relevant authorities,” says a Washington author writer.

Ms. Loomer “was interrupted to violate our policies,” said spokesman. “We apply the Twitter rules impartial and not based on ideology.”

A self-written investigative journalist, Loomer, has previously served as reporter for The Rebel Media, a conservative Canadian website, before joining in 201

7 with Project Veritas founder and Second Right Initiator James O & # 39; Keefe. 19659002] She was noticed in June 2017 when she bothered a Shakespeare in the Park Production of Julius Caesar in New York City, and again by interrupting Dorsey’s appearance before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in September 2018.

Ms. Loomer was interrupted from Twitter last week after sending a tweet criticizing Omar, a Somali immigrant elected to the United States House of Representatives, who accused the incoming Congress woman of being anti-Semitic and supporting Sharia law and female genital mutilation. She then threatened to bring an action against Twitter and called the company’s behavior “egregious” and “tipping point” against disputes.

Ms. Loomer had more than 260,000 followers on Twitter before he was interrupted from the platform last week.

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