Twitter threatens pro-Trump comedian with ‘hateful conduct’ warning

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Williams accused Twitter of trying to take down his account on the day he met Trump and the White House for the Young Black Leadership Summit

Daily Mail. A conservative comedian who supports Donald Trump says he was notified by Twitter’s legal team that his account had been flagged for hateful conduct on the day he visited the White House.

Terrence K. Williams posted an angry rant on Twitter on Friday notifying his 640,000 followers that he had received the hateful conduct warning.

Williams accused Twitter of trying to take down his account on the day he met Trump and the White House for the Young Black Leadership Summit. 

He shared a screenshot of a message from Twitter Legal that said some of his content had been flagged for possible violations of its hateful conduct policy. 

Williams said the content Twitter flagged were his tweets that were critical of Democrat Adam Schiff.

‘Twitter’s legal team has contacted me to notify me that my account has been flagged for possible hate conduct because I made a video about how Adam Schiff should resign,’ Williams said. 

In a follow up tweet, Williams later added that his tweets flagged by Twitter also included criticism of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. 

‘Leave my account alone. Somebody get (Twitter CEO) Jack Dorsey on the phone. The legal team has contacted me. They are investigating my account. This is outrageous,’ he said. 

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