Culttture Launches Telegram Channel After Suspension by Twitter

Twitter suspended Culttture today after we amplified banned voices, and on the heels of major stories on Kamala Harris and Ilhan Omar.

Culttture has been suspended by Twitter.

@culttture is the only outlet that constantly covered social media censorship and amplified banned voices. Today our Twitter account was suspended…. #StopTheBias,” tweeted Culttture‘s Daniel Bostic.

Culttture has consistenly featured articles and videos covering thought leaders banned from social media, including Gavin McInnes, Laura Loomer, Paul Joseph Watson, and Milo Yiannopoulos.

Culttture‘s Ali Alexander tweeted that he is confident “Twitter, Inc. will rectify this,” and announced the launch of the Culttture channel on the popular app Telegram.

Many Twitter users are currently receiving a message that Culttture has blocked them. That message is an error.

The suspension of Culttture comes on the heels of many major stories covered by our publication.

Culttture published the truth of Ilhan Omar‘s marriage to her brother and Kamala Harris‘s fraudulent claims to the history of African-Americans.

Culttture‘s Ali Alexander recently attended President Trump’s Social Media Summit, and helped get the story of A$AP Rocky’s inhumane detainment in Sweden to the State Department and the White House.

With the success of Culttture, many are taking notice of Twitter’s suspension – and asking questions.

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Andrew Meyer