BREAKING: Twitter suspends Ghislaine Maxwell trial tracker account

"All we did was report information from the trial that the mainstream media was failing to do."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

On Wednesday, the largest Twitter account specifically tracking the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell was suspended on Twitter, with the social media platform stating that it was suspended for "artificially amplifying information."

The account was reportedly suspended for violating Twitter rules against platform manipulation and spam, according to The Free Press Report substack.

"You may not use Twitter's services in a manner intended to artificially amplify or suppress information or engage in behavior that manipulates or disrupts people's experience on Twitter," the rule violation states, noting that if other accounts are created to circumnavigate the suspension, those accounts would be suspended as well.

"I am not sure what I was 'amplifying' and how I was doing that," wrote The Free Press Report.

"I'm not really sure what amplifying or suppressing information means to this extent. Maybe Twitter thinks I was buying likes and retweets given the high engagement on the account," the author of The Free Press Tribune, who asked to remain anonymous, told The Post Millennial. "But I never did that. I have reached out to Twitter but have not heard back. I'm not expecting to hear back either."

They stated that the @TrackerTrial account received a large amount of organic traffic and engagement, due to the fact that "The people wanted to hear the truth about the Ghislaine Maxwell, and Jeffrey Epstein trial."

That account reportedly went from zero to over 525,000 followers in only a few weeks.

"All we did was report information from the trial that the mainstream media was failing to do," The Free Press Report wrote.

They stated that they have appealed to Twitter for a lift of the suspension, "but it is likely we will never hear from them."

When asked by The Post Millennial if they had any message for Twitter following the suspension, the author of The Free Press Report stated that "I would like to ask Twitter why they suspended me and what I can do to get my account back."

Citing an earlier publication, The Free Press Report wrote in their substack," Big tech has gotten too powerful, and they can silence us anytime they want. As we wrote earlier in the week in an article titled, The Global Media Industrial Complex: Local blogs and websites are suppressed by big tech algorithms."

"If you write one thing out of line Google can institute a site-wide ban, making sure you never show up in search algorithms again. Facebook restricts what is posted on their website. Twitter suppresses any outside links, to keep users on their own site. The year is 2021 and big brother is watching," they continued.

Following the account suspension, The Free Press Report stated that all Maxwell trial information would be posted on substack from this point forward.

Twitter has also suspended the @NancyTracker account, which tracks Nancy Pelosi's portfolio.


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