RNC National Spokeswoman Says Instagram Removed Her Post on Elizabeth Warren’s Texas State Bar Card For ‘Harassment,’ and ‘Blackmail’


GOP spox Kayleigh McEnany

RNC spokeswoman, Kayleigh McEnany said on Wednesday that Instagram, a photo-sharing app owned by Facebook, removed her Elizabeth Warren post and accused McEnany of ‘harassment,’ ‘bullying’ and ‘blackmail.’

“I have been warned by Instagram and cannot operate my account because I posted an image of Elizabeth Warren’s Bar of Texas registration form via Washington Post. I’m warned that I am “harassing,” “bullying,” and “blackmailing” her,” Ms. McEnany said in a tweet with a screenshot of the message from Instagram.

“This is outrageous. Instagram is targeting conservatives and actively trying to protect 2020 Dems. The censorship from big tech of conservatives has to stop,” McEnany added.

 

Kayleigh McEnany also said that Instagram will not allow her to operate her account unless she clicks “ok” and agrees that posting Elizabeth Warren’s Texas Bar registration card is “bullying,” “harassment,” and “blackmail.”

The Washington Post first reported on Elizabeth Warren’s Texas Bar registration card Tuesday evening.

Using an open records request during a general inquiry, The Washington Post obtained Elizabeth Warren’s registration card for the State Bar of Texas, revealing Warren identified as an “American Indian.”

This Texas State bar registration card is the first document to be released showing Elizabeth Warren, in her own handwriting, indeed fraudulently used her ‘Native American’ heritage to get ahead.


Warren’s office did not dispute the authenticity of the document and it was widely reported by all major news outlets, but Instagram is not allowing the truth to be shared because they are running cover for a potential 2020 Democrat candidate.

Where the hell is Congress??

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