Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley likens suspension of president from social media to act of Communism


WASHINGTON, DC- Former South Carolina Governor and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley Friday accused tech company’s censorship of numerous conservatives, including Twitter’s permanent ban on President Donald Trump indicative of “what happens in China, not our country,” Breitbart reported.

Haley made her remarks in a tweet that was released shortly after the tech tyrant announced they would be permanently banning President Trump from the platform.

Haley wrote:

“Silencing people, not to mention the President of the US, is what happens in China not our country,” she said, adding the hashtag “#Unbelievable.”


Last November, Haley called out Twitter after the Ayatollah of Iran published a tweet which attempted to cast doubt on the Holocaust.

“Wow. When Iran’s Ayatollah says the Holocaust didn’t happen, Twitter doesn’t say ‘this claim is disputed.’ When I say ballot harvesting makes election fraud easier Twitter says that’s disputed. Wonder why conservatives don’t trust big tech?”


Besides Twitter, several other tech tyrants have suspended President Trump’s access, including Facebook, Instagram (owned by Facebook), and Twitch, all of which have indefinitely banned the president’s access.

Twitter announced Friday it was removing President Trump, accusing recent tweets were “inciting violence” the Epoch Times reported. The president’s account had been active since he announced his run for president in 2015.

In response, Trump accused Twitter of “banning free speech” and “coordinating with the Democrats and the Radical Left in removing my account from their platform, to silence me—and  YOU, the 75,000,000 great patriots who voted for me.”

Trump said that his team was in the process of negotiating with competitors to Twitter and are also looking into building their own platform in the near future.

Haley, who is believed to be an early possible candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination was joined by several others who reacted to the censorship of President Trump.

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Jason Miller, Trump campaign adviser said big tech companies are seeking to “cancel” Trump supporters. “If you don’t think they’re coming for you next, you’re wrong,” Miller wrote on Twitter.

Former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka said that banning President Trump “is the biggest mistake” that Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey “and the fascists of Silicon Valley have ever made.”


In addition to the president, Twitter also purged numerous other high-profile conservatives, including former national security adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and attorney Sidney Powell, who has been working on overturning perceived election malfeasance in numerous swing states,



Meanwhile a number of conservatives voluntarily abandoned Twitter after their content was continually being throttled or limited. Those include conservative radio talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin, who urged their listeners to transition to less draconian platforms such as upstart Parler.


Lou Dobbs, Fox Business host also urged his followers to leave Twitter, saying:

“I don’t believe any American should ever tolerate those who deny us freedom of speech or who would ever be so arrogant as to censor our President. I’m withdrawing from Twitter as of right now. Please join me on Parler @LouDobbsTonight. God bless you and America.” 


Parler, which says it is not a “conservative” site per se but doesn’t engage in left-leaning “fact-checking” of posts has been deemed a safer haven for free speech, thus leading to a mass influx of conservatives to the site.

Not to be outdone, on Friday Google removed Parler from the Google Play store, where users can download the app. Google claims the move was made until Parler introduces stronger “moderation practices,” i.e. starts censoring conservatives.

Apple has made the same threat, saying that they were considering similar action against Parler.

We suggest two books to read: Animal Farm and 1984, both written by George Orwell. They would probably be instructive for what is currently occurring in our country.

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