Twitter Continues To Suspend Any Person or Group Who Mentions Rachel Levine’s Actual Biological Sex (Which is Male) or (His) Original Name (Which is “Richard”)
Since I first published this post, Twitter has gone on to suspend yet another individual over the biological male, Rachel “Richard” Levine. Post edited below with new link(s)
I already have a post or two about this subject.
I myself was suspended from Twitter over a year ago for pointing out that Richard Levine (who goes by “Rachel”) is a man who makes for one unattractive woman (which is true; he’s not an attractive person whether he presents as a man or a woman).
Since that time, Twitter continues to suspend or block any person or group who makes similar comments on their platform.
Progressives (other than Twitter) just do not like it when anyone disagrees with their leftist views of biological sex or their views on sexuality.
In the past week, Twitter has suspended conservatives Tucker Carlson, Charlie Kirk, and right leaning satire account The Babylon Bee for stating the truth: Rachel Levine is actually Richard Levine, a biological man who likes to wear skirts, lipstick, and his hair long.
As for me, I am a conservative, but I don’t really like Tucker Carlson or Matt Walsh and a few other conservatives across the board. These are conservatives who I do agree with on some topics while I disagree with them on others. Concerning the left’s lunacy in regards to transgenderism, though, I am in agreement with Walsh and Carlson.
For all the conservative men who keep asking, “Where are all the feminists?”
I’m not a feminist, I’m a conservative, but I loathe sexism, I follow several feminist social media accounts, and yes, some feminists have been calling out the Transgender movement for well over a year now, but they don’t receive much attention.
Such feminists are drowned out by the useful idiots (ie, feminists who support transgenderism). Transwomen refer to the feminist women who speak out against the radical trans agenda as “terfs” (trans exclusionary radical feminists).
Here is a round-up of the latest commentary or news articles about who Twitter has of late suspended for referring to Rachel Levine as being a man named Richard:
update: The Christian Post recently responded:
March 29, 2022
The Christian Post was (Link): canceled last week by Twitter, over referring to Biden administration official Rachel Levine with an unsanctioned but arguably accurate descriptive pronoun.
It was both unsurprising and surprising; unsurprising since CP regularly covers the controversy surrounding trans-identified individuals and surprising since Twitter thought this particular story was more “hateful” than other stories, and warranted suspension.
CP appealed, and so far Twitter has been silent. It actually brings a Pink Floyd lyric to mind: “Welcome to the Machine.”
There is much to say in arguing that our pronoun was accurate, but the larger question is: who is the hater here? Eliminating the voice of a publication because of a description that likely more than half of the world’s population would not object to is, in fact, hating that segment of the world.
Granted, Twitter is a private company and can play by the rules it establishes within the confines of the law. But if we are having a conversation about hate, how is it kind to eliminate a voice that disagrees, especially if there is no rancor involved?
Twitter censored Breitbart News senior writer John Nolte after he made a joke about transgender Health & Human Services Assistant Secretary Rachel Levine.
Nolte was locked out of his account for 12 hours for tweeting that there should be a “Tweet Rachel Levine is a Guy Day.” He is the latest in a growing group of prominent conservative commentators who have been censored by Twitter this week for drawing attention to Levine’s real gender.
In an automated message to Nolte, Twitter informed him that he had violated the Twitter rules and would have to delete his tweet to regain access to his account.
“Everything I said was precisely accurate, and yet, Twitter still suspended my account. That should terrify every American, even those who disagree with me,” Kirk said.
Charlie Kirk, founder of TPUSA, talk radio host and outspoken conservative commentator, was suspended from Twitter on Tuesday after identifying President Joe Biden’s assistant health secretary in the Department of Health and Human Services as a man.
“Richard Levine,” Kirk wrote, “spent 54 years of his life as a man. He had a wife and family. He ‘transitioned’ to being a woman in 2011, Joe Biden appointed Levine to be a 4-Star Admiral, and now USA Today has named ‘Rachel’ Levine as a ‘Woman of the Year'[.] Where are the feminists??”
by Rebecca Downs
March 20, 2022
On Sunday night, Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon shared over Twitter that the social media platform informed him that the account for the satirical news site “has been locked for violating the Twitter rules,” when it comes to “hateful conduct.”
The problematic tweet in question is from March 15, and links to a post from that same day proclaiming “The Babylon Bee’s Man Of The Year Is Rachel Levine.”
…There’s also an update in the post noting that “Since announcing this award, we’ve been told that Levine actually identifies as a woman. We have still chosen to give the award as his self-identification has no bearing on the truth. Congratulations, Rachel Levine!”
The Babylon’s Bee post comes after, as Madeline covered, and our friends at Twitchy took note of, USA Today included Levine on their “Women of the Year” list, despite Levine not being a biological woman.
Twitter has limited The Christian Post, a well-known news organization covering matters of faith and culture after the outlet tweeted a story about U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine, a biological male who identifies as female.
Despite incurring account limitations, The Christian Post told Faithwire Tuesday the outlet has no plans of complying with demands to remove the offending tweet.
“Twitter told us that if we remove the tweet of the CP article, ‘USA Today names Rachel Levine among its ‘Women of the Year,’ then our account will be restored,” the outlet said. “We do not plan on removing the tweet. We will continue to speak the truth even if it costs us our Twitter account.”
By Michael Gryboski, Mainline Church Editor
March 21, 2022
Twitter has taken action against The Christian Post’s account in response to a tweet that said Rachel Levine, a trans-identified Biden official, is a man.
In an alert emailed to CP on Sunday, the social media giant notified the Christian news publication that the tweet violated its policy against what it deems as “hateful conduct” by stating a biological fact and has “temporarily limited some” features of the account, including the ability to post new articles.
Other limitations include being unable to like, follow or retweet posts. Twitter also told CP that the restrictions could be lifted 12 hours after deleting the tweet about Levine, the assistant secretary for health in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
CP posted the news article titled, “USA Today names Rachel Levine among its ‘Women of the Year’” on its social media accounts last Tuesday. A trans-identified member of the Biden administration, Levine was born male and went by his birth name of Richard before deciding to self-identify as a woman.
…CP appealed the suspension and was informed by Twitter on Monday morning that the appeal is under review, but restrictions will continue to be imposed on the account.
March 23, 2022
by Carlos Garcia
Twitter suspended the official account of Tucker Carlson over a tweet composed of only seven words about a transgender member of President Joe Biden’s administration.
Carlson was commenting about the suspension of the Babylon Bee and Charlie Kirk over respective tweets calling Rachel Levine, the assistant secretary for health at the Department of Health and Human Services, a male. Levine is a biological male but identifies as a transgender female.
“But wait,” Carlson’s tweet said. “Both of these tweets are true.”
Twitter deleted the tweet, and a spokesperson for the company said in a statement to the Daily Wire that it had violated its terms of service.
…The social media company said that Carlson would have to delete the tweet and be suspended for 12 hours in read-only mode before obtaining control of his account again.
Corrupt media think that if they keep telling us men are women eventually we will capitulate. But we cannot.
March 23, 2022
by Libby Emmons
Dr. Rachel Levine, a male who identifies as a woman, serves as Biden’s assistant health secretary in the Department of Health and Human Services. Levine was named by USA Today as a “woman of the year.” USA Today says its “Women of the Year” series is “a recognition of women across the country who have made a significant impact.”
Levine, who began identifying as transgender well into adulthood, was touted by the Biden administration as the first openly transgender Senate-confirmed appointee of any White House administration after being tapped to work under U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra. Biden was vocal about his plan to pack the federal government with hires and nominations based primarily on concerns about “equity,” which to the left means hiring people according to their skin color and sexual preferences.
…Wearing Dresses Does Not a Woman Make
Levine, a doctor, must know that the penis, testicles, muscle mass, bone density, testosterone levels, and other male characteristics are obviously male.
Levine apparently believes women are reducible to their accouterments — that women smile and demure, wear dresses and skirts, sit politely with hands folded, and that doing this makes Levine a woman. But Levine is not.
Countless articles across the American media landscape have said outright that Levine is a woman. These outlets, who undoubtedly would claim they believe in journalistic integrity and truth-telling, are outright liars and manipulators when they tell us that Rachel Levine, a fully formed man, is a woman.
Levine could cut Levine’s penis off, implant plastic or silicone to mimic the mammaries of menstruators, or sashay around in Louboutins, but none of this makes Levine a woman.
A woman is not defined by clothes, makeup, hair, nails, shoes, or demeanor. A woman is her body, and everyone knows it. Women are not a social construct, they are the half of the human mammalian species that are made by God to carry our young. Their bodies reveal that this is so.
Women are biologically different from males. Women have breasts that, like all mammals, will produce milk for their young. Women have organs specifically designed for gestating those young. Women have hips that accommodate babies and birth. Women are designed for this purpose.
As a doctor, Levine fully knows this.
...Anyone Parroting Levine’s Lie Is a Liar Too
…Now, USA Today is lying on Levine’s behalf. Corrupt media think that if they keep telling us men are women eventually we will capitulate — eventually we will say, “Why, yes, you are right, the word ‘women’ is merely representative of tingly feelings that someone knows he really is that thing.” But we cannot.
by Billy Hallowell
Christian satire site The Babylon Bee is digging in its heels after being locked out of Twitter, refusing to delete a tweet that purportedly violated the social media giant’s terms of service.
The stalemate unfolded Sunday after Twitter accused The Babylon Bee of “hateful conduct” over a message about U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine, a biological male who identifies as female.
“I just received this notice that we’ve been locked out of our Twitter account for ‘hateful conduct,’” Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon shared in an Instagram post. “We’re told our account will be restored in 12 hours, but the countdown won’t begin until we delete the tweet that violates the Twitter Rules.”
The offending tweet — which has been liked more than 12,500 times — is an image of Levine and has text that reads, “The Babylon Bee’s Man of the Year Is Rachel Levine.”
Despite Twitter’s rebuke, Dillon and his team have no plans of deleting or removing the post — even if that means permanently losing their Twitter account.
“We’re not deleting anything. Truth is not hate speech,” Dillon wrote. “If the cost of telling the truth is the loss of our Twitter account, then so be it.”
March 23, 2022
by D. Blair
… 4. Ken Paxton
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton responded to an article in USA Today lauding Levine as one of its “Women of the Year” by simply tweeting Thursday: “Rachel Levine is a man.”
Twitter slapped a warning label on Paxton’s tweet reading, “This Tweet violated the Twitter Rules about hateful conduct. However, Twitter has determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible.”
Paxton’s tweet remains visible, but users can’t interact with it by liking, commenting, or retweeting.
Paxton fired back Friday by releasing an official statement on his Twitter account, claiming that Twitter was censoring him and other conservative voices for stating “an irrefutable scientific fact.” Twitter slapped the same warning label on that tweet and also prevented users from interacting with it.
That same day, Twitter struck again, quarantining a tweet Paxton posted to congratulate University of Virginia swimmer Emma Weyant as the real winner of a race called for Lia Thomas, a biological man who competes as a woman.
5. Jim Banks
Last November, Twitter censored Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., after he expressed criticism that “the title of first female four-star officer gets taken by a man.”
Banks’ tweet referenced a decision to promote Levine to the position of four-star admiral, a decision that made Levine the first transgender person to attain that position.
More controversially, Levine claimed to be the first female to attain the position.
Although Banks didn’t explicitly state whether he would delete the tweet calling Levine a man, Twitter eventually suspended his account.
Two weeks later, Banks had his account restored.
… 7. Erick Erickson
Those who defended Stuckey weren’t spared from Twitter’s wrath. Popular radio host and blogger Erick Erickson came under fire after tweeting his support for Stuckey and reiterating that Hubbard is a man.
Erickson’s tweet criticizing Twitter for suspending Stuckey said: “This is absurd. Laurel Hubbard is a man even if Twitter doesn’t like it.”
Twitter temporarily suspended, then reinstated, his account.
8. Esther O’Reilly
Conservatives are acutely aware that Twitter is inconsistent in how it doles out bans for content that goes against its rules. Quillette author Esther O’Reilly is the perfect example.
O’Reilly is another conservative caught up in the Stuckey incident. Following Erickson’s tweet and subsequent suspension, gay conservative Chad Felix Greene reposted Erickson’s exact words and added the hashtag #StopSuppressingSpeech.
Although Twitter took no action against Greene, it did suspend O’Reilly for her own post including the new hashtag and saying: “Laurel Hubbard is a man, get over it.”
Like Stuckey, O’Reilly temporarily was locked out of her account. Twitter gave her the option to delete the post to gain back access sooner, which she took.
Immediately after she regained access to her account, O’Reilly began blasting screenshots of the tweet that prompted her suspension.
… 10. Meghan Murphy
Canadian feminist Meghan Murphy was permanently banned from Twitter after she referred to Yaniv by using male pronouns such as he and him.
Murphy previously received temporary suspensions in 2018 for tweeting remarks such as “Men aren’t women” and “How are transwomen not men?
Twitter permanently banned Murphy after she referred to Yaniv specifically as a man. After a story about Yaniv’s suing a beauty parlor for refusing to wax Yaniv’s male genitalia started making the rounds on Twitter, Murphy replied to an image of Yaniv by tweeting, “Yeeeah it’s him.”
Twitter quickly banned her account for life.
Murphy filed an appeal to get her account reinstated, but Twitter denied that appeal.
Murphy currently runs a feminist website where she posts commentary critical of the gender ideology movement.
Pertinent to this post (Re: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson being asked if she can define what the word “woman” means):