Twitter Suspends Candace Owens: Told Michigan ‘Go to Work’

Candace Owens 2018 – Young Womens Leadership Summit (photo credit: Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

by Alana Mastrangelo

Conservative firebrand and BLEXIT founder Candace Owens was suspended from Twitter on Saturday after tweeting that people in Michigan should open their businesses and “go to work” despite the draconian measures implemented by Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) in response to the Chinese virus.

“Apparently [Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer] believes she is a duly elected dictator of a socialist country,” Owens had tweeted. “The people of Michigan need to stand up to her. Open your businesses. Go to work.”

“The police think she’s crazy too,” she added. “They are not going to arrest 10,000,000 people for going to work.”

On Saturday, Owens received a notification from Twitter informing her that her account was suspended over the aforementioned tweet.

“We determined this Tweet violated the Twitter Rules, specifically for:” read the notification, but did not further clarify which specific rules Owens had violated on the social media platform.

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1 Response to Twitter Suspends Candace Owens: Told Michigan ‘Go to Work’

  1. Joe Z says:

    We, the members of the Twitter Politburo, have determined that the pretty black lady has gotten too uppity and needs to be slapped down and sent back to the DemocRAT plantation. How dare she have an intelligent thought that would help the people of Michigan.

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