American Renaissance files lawsuit against Twitter

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Yesterday, American Renaissance filed a lawsuit against Twitter in State Superior Court of San Fransisco. The famous Las Vegas-based first amendment attorney Marc J. Randazza is handling the lawsuit.  Noah Peters, a high profile DC-based attorney is also involved. The lawsuit argues that Twitter has violated the California State Constitution.

California state courts have previously ruled that it is illegal to censor political speech in any public thoroughfare, even if it is privately owned.

According to Twitter’s own guidelines, the value of the American Renaissance following on Twitter was worth $250k.

Click here to see the lawsuit.

Twitter currently uses the Anti-Defamation League [ADL] to provide “guidelines” on who should be censored. The ADL is the same organization that recently perpetrated the hoax that the Florida school shooter was part of a “White Nationalist Militia.” The hoax claim was immediately disputed by local police. In fact, the so-called “White National Militia” appears to be nothing more than one man with a website. The ADL never even using a retraction for their hoax. They simply deleted their original article and shamelessly pretended like it never happened.

The ADL has a long history of trying to censor the Internet. For years they have distributed “hate” filters to censor conservative internet websites. The filters block non-violent mainstream conservative websites while ignoring black nationalist and Marxist websites that actually promote violence. In 2006, the CofCC successfully sued several public libraries in the St. Louis metro area to force them to stop using the ADL’s “hate” filter. Before the lawsuit was even over, thousands of libraries all over America had deleted the ADL’s sinister web filter from computers.

Source: Occidental Dissent

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