Glenn Reynolds took to his blog over at PJ Media to respond to his Twitter suspension. The money line:
"If Twitter doesn’t like me, I’m happy to stop providing them with free content."
— John Schindler (@20committee) September 22, 2016
Reynolds goes on to say that he still has no idea why he was suspended because Twitter didn’t tell him:
Meanwhile, regarding Twitter: I don’t even know that this is why I was suspended, as I’ve heard nothing from Twitter at all. They tell users and investors that they don’t censor, but they seem awfully quick to suspend people on one side of the debate and, as people over at Twitchy note, awfully tolerant of outright threats on the other.
Twitter can do without me, as I can certainly do without Twitter.
He also noted that he’s been a vocal advocate for greater police accountability for years:
It’s assumed the suspension was over this “run them down” tweet:
Reynolds went on Hugh Hewitt’s program to explain what he really meant by it:
We will post ASAP. As Glenn said on my show but can't say on Twitter he would never advocate violence against peaceful protestors + did not https://t.co/JWjjpTZx2T
— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) September 22, 2016
— Jonathan H. Adler (@jadler1969) September 22, 2016
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