Donald Trump’s Chances of Winning Are Better Than Ever
Mitch McConnell Gave GOP Base the Finger With Doomed Ukraine Package
Democrats and Putin
Afghanistan Is a 'Jihadi Utopia' Again
The New American Antisemitism
The Monsters Never Stop Coming
Hey, Elon Musk, You May Have A 'Deep State' Problem
Putin Is Pushing Where There's Mush
Is Another Child Tax Credit Expansion Really the Best Way To Help Families?
Getting Away With Murder
Inaccurate Crime Statistics Are Putting Lives in Jeopardy
Biden vs. Trump - Can We Get a Political Reboot?
The ‘Biden Doctrine’ Sets the Middle East Aflame
The Presidents and Faith
America: Land of the Individual

Big Names Come Back to Twitter After Deal With Musk

AP Photo/Jeff Chiu

After a month of being off Twitter, Fox News’s Tucker Carlson made an announcement Monday after news broke that billionaire Elon Musk bought the social media platform.


“We’re back,” the host tweeted. His account was suspended last month for posting screenshots of tweets from The Babylon Bee and Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk, both of whom were locked out of their accounts for tweets about U.S. Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, who is transgender.

The Babylon Bee, a satirical website, named Levine “Man of the Year” in response to USA Today naming Levine “Woman of the Year.”

Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon said Twitter accused the website of violating its rules against "hateful conduct." 

Kirk, for his part, pointed out that Levine spent “54 years of his life as a man.” 

“Both these tweets are true,” Carlson said while sharing the screenshots. 

Carlson wasn’t the only one to announce their return to Twitter since Musk’s acquisition.


Levin left the social media platform in 2021 after former President Trump's account was permanently suspended. 

"I have suspended my own Twitter account in protest against Twitter’s fascism," he said on Jan. 8, 2021, asking his 2.6 million followers to join him on Parler and Rumble. 

While those on the left and right have questioned whether Trump would return to Twitter after its deal with Musk, the former president said he plans to stick to his own social media platform, Truth Social, instead. 

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos