Elon Musk has recently shown that he is sincere in his desire to bring back Twitter’s free speech system by continuing to restore accounts that the previous administration deleted.
Twitter restored the far-right Jewish activist Laura Loomer’s account on Thursday.
Loomer was prohibited in 2018 after attacking Rep. Ilhan Omar in a tweet.
In the disputed tweet, Loomer referred to Omar as “anti-Jewish” and claimed she belonged to a faith where “women are abused,” “homosexuals are oppressed,” and “forced to wear the hijab.”
Loomer was found to have broken Twitter’s policies against hate speech at the time.
Loomer steadfastly insisted that no regulations were broken and never accepted the punishment.
“Everything I said was factual in every way. It isn’t evil, mean, or hateful,” she declared.
A week after the suspension, Loomer shackled herself to the main entrance of Twitter’s New York office while brandishing a bullhorn, many printed messages, and a Yellow Star of David.
She explained that she was protesting Twitter’s discriminatory policies by being banned for her vile behavior but remaining on the site with virulent anti-Semites like Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
Loomer tweeted on Thursday, “I’M BACK!!!! After getting BANNED on Twitter in 2018 and being digitally eradicated on practically every other social media platform, payment processor, Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, & my own bank, I’M BACK!!!!! I was eventually released by Elon Musk from Twitter HQ’s doors! I’m grateful, Elon. ”
After getting BANNED on Twitter in 2018, and being digitally exterminated on nearly every other social media site, payment processor, Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, & my own bank, I'M BACK!!!!!@ElonMusk has finally unchained me from the doors of Twitter HQ!
— Laura Loomer (@LauraLoomer) December 8, 2022