Milo Yiannopoulos Permanently BANNED From Twitter

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I can’t say this was unexpected. Surprising? Somewhat. But considering how much of a stranglehold the Cult of Social Justice has taken on Twitter, I think it was bound to happen.

According to this, Milo Yiannopoulos has been permanently banned (“permanently suspended” is what they’re calling it) from Twitter following uproar after a scathing review he posted of the new Ghostbusters movie. The controversy swirled around one of the actresses, Leslie Jones (who plays the walking racist stereotype Ghostbuster that I can’t be bothered to remember her name) –

Here’s what left of Milo’s tweets on the subject –

If at first you don’t succeed (because your work is terrible), play the victim.

EVERYONE GETS HATE MAIL FFS https://t.co/W572qB4Vqw

— Milo Yiannopoulos ひ✘ (@Nero) July 18, 2016

Even Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey got involved –

And then the email –

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Yeah – it looks pretty permanent to me.

Milo was pretty outspoken about Twitter being a hostile platform for him and, more often than not, it seemed like he was just daring the Trust and Safety Council (read: glorified speech police) to ban him. And now he’s officially done it. And, honestly, Milo’s going to milk this for all it’s worth –

Earlier today Milo said he was not sorry for his conduct towards Jones.

“No, of course, I don’t have any regrets,” Milo told Heat Street. “But feminists on the other hand should have regrets that they have taught strong women that they are victims and attacked people for having different opinions to them on Twitter.”

I wonder if Twitter realizes just what they’ve done.