Twitter suspends journalist after filming anti-mandate protests in NYC

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On Friday, independent journalist Leeroy Johnson, who has been covering events across the country, but most prominently the anti-vaccine mandate protests in New York City, was suspended from Twitter.

In response to the suspension, Johnson created a GETTR account, writing: “My Twitter account was suspended! Please spread the word ! My Instagram account is still up same name on Twitter.”

Johnson, who was in Washington, DC, covering the annual March for Life, also posted a photo of himself on GETTR in front of the Capitol building flipping the camera off, with the caption “Fu Twitter!”

In addition, Johnson informed those that follow him that he has a Telegram channel as well, stating on that channel: “My Twitter account has been nuked for no reason at all.”

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