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What Do You Know? Twitter Just Keeps Going After The Babylon Bee

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If it's a new day this week, it means that Twitter has found another way to punish The Babylon Bee. The social media platform has not only locked account features for the satire site's account, but also their editor-in-chief, Kyle Mann, and, as of Wednesday, their founder, Adam Ford. 


The tweet in question from Ford, which Twitter claimed was "Violating our rules against hateful conduct," merely read "Don't retweet this or you'll get suspended from Twitter." 

The censorship appears to have stemmed from Twitter punishing The Babylon Bee, as it has others, for referring to Health & Human Services Assistant Secretary Rachel Levine, who was born Richard Levine, as a man. The site published an article, which they shared on their social media platforms, awarding Levine their "Man of the Year," in reaction to Levine being included in USA Today's "Women of the Year" list. 


Mann, as Ford did, did not mention Levine in his tweet that got his account locked, but rather that "Maybe they'll let us back into our @TheBabylonBee Twitter account if we throw a few thousand Uighurs in a concentration camp." 

Turning Point USA's Charlie Kirk was also in trouble for referring to Levine as "Richard Levine" and "a man." 

Twitter is even going after those who dare to agree with The Babylon Bee, including Fox News' Tucker Carlson. 


As Libby Emmons reported for The Post Millennial, Carlson had shared screenshots of The Babylon Bee and Kirk's tweets and responded with, "But wait. Both these tweets are true." 

The Babylon Bee's CEO Seth Dillon has been continuously tweeting about the various locked accounts, including how he himself could be banned "at any moment." 

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