Julian Assange Calls Out Twitter’s Hypocrisy For Permanently Banning Roger Stone

After launching a tirade against CNN host Don Lemon Friday evening, seasoned political operative Roger Stone was suspended from Twitter. 

Below are Stone’s tweets to Lemon.

Below is a partial screen shot of Stone’s tweets.

Screenshot credit: Reddit 

GQ’s politics Keith Olbermann suggested Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey suspend Stone over his attack on Lemon.

“Hey @jack, how is @RogerJStoneJr’s account not suspended after this public, homophobic attack?,” tweeted Olbermann.

Political operative Arthur Schwartz called out Twitter’s hypocrisy for banning Stone and not Olbermann.

“Twitter banned Roger Stone after he used some foul language & verbally attacked a CNN anchor. But this genius is still around. Weird,” tweeted Schwartz.

Tweet credit: Arthur Schwartz 


On Saturday, Stone’s account was suspended. According to Buzzfeed’s David Mack, the suspension is permanent.

“Sources tell me Roger Stone’s suspension from Twitter is permanent. He spent last night attacking CNN reporters,” tweeted Mack.

Tweet credit: David Mack

Independent journalist Jack Posobiec confirmed Stone was banned, according to the political operative’s chief of staff.

“Update: Twitter has removed all followers from Roger Stone and permanently banned him, per his chief of staff,” tweeted Posobiec.

Tweet credit: Jack Posobiec


WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange took issue with Twitter banning Stone, while copious users still use the platform without punishment after calling for his and Snowden’s assassination.

“Twitter has suspended @RogerJStoneJr after saying CNN hosts are ‘lying’ ‘cocksuckers’ pic.twitter.com/O9n7gW7pfa However, explicit calls for my (and Snowden’s) assassination are just fine,” tweeted Assange.

Tweet credit: Julian Assange

During the 2016 presidential election, WikiLeaks tweeted a story about Hillary Clinton musing about assassinating Assange with a weaponized drone.

Washington Examiner reported:

WikiLeaks tweeted a story Monday claiming Hillary Clinton asked in 2010 whether it would be possible to kill the group’s founder, Julian Assange, using a drone strike.

True Pundit reported Sunday that State Department officials revealed that Clinton asked, “Can’t we just drone this guy” at a Nov. 23, 2010, meeting with other officials. The report said Clinton’s suggestion was met with laughter, but also said Clinton was clearly “fuming” at WikiLeaks’ continued leaking of confidential State Department cables that she had signed.

“Hillary Clinton on Assange “Can’t we just drone this guy,”” tweeted WikiLeaks.

Tweet credit: WikiLeaks 


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