White House spokeswoman Kaylee McEnney tweeted Twitter to lock her account – saying administrators were “essentially keeping an eye on me” until she deleted the post she shared from the New York Post’s Hunter Biden story.
McEnany was among Twitter users blocked from spreading The Post’s exclusive story on the front page of Biden’s alleged hard drive – and an email linking Joe Biden to his son’s work at a Ukrainian energy company – with the social media site. claims that “hacked materials” were used in the report.
“This is not a temporary block,” Makenani told Fox News presenter Sean Hannity on Wednesday night. “When I log in to my Twitter account, it is said that I am permanently banned. In essence, they keep an eye on me and tell me that if you don̵
When she tried to post the message on Twitter, McEnany received a message from Twitter saying, “Your account has been blocked. We’ve found that this account violates Twitter’s policies. In particular, for: Violation of our rules against the spread of hacked material. “
“It’s censorship. It’s not the American way, “she told Haniti. “Freedom-loving democracy does not work. We must hold Twitter and Facebook accountable, too, which prohibits the transmission of this story, simply because it ideologically hurts the side of the path that Silicon Valley prefers. It’s sad, it’s censorship, [and] this is not America. “
She added: “Make no mistake, if they can ban the US press secretary for President Trump, they can ban you as a citizen, and that’s unfortunate.”
On Wednesday night, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted that “blocking the sharing of URLs via tweet or DM with zero context why we are blocking: unacceptable.”
Facebook has also limited the distribution of the history of its platform.