Some Very Big Conservative Names Just Made “Comebacks” On Twitter

Some Very Big Conservative Names Just Made “Comebacks” On Twitter

It’s like the floodgates have burst open since Elon Musk took ownership of Twitter… there’s a joy in the air that hasn’t been around since about 2016.


It’s nice.

Conservative users who have been long oppressed on the platform for their so-called “hate speech” are making a triumphant return and even big names like Tucker Carlson and Mark Levin are popping back up on the site.

Back in March, after Twitter suspended the Babylon Bee for “hateful conduct,” which was just a harmless joke about transgender US Assistant Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine winning the site’s 2022 “Man of the Year” award, they also banned Tucker for supporting both Babylon Bee and Charlie Kirk, who pointed out that Levine had “spent 54 years of his life as a man.”

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Twitter reportedly gave Tucker the opportunity to come back if he deleted the Levine tweet, but he refused, so he remained in social media purgatory.

But no more!

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Tucker is officially back and issued this tweet that will surely leave the left in a tizzy:


Of course, Tucker isn’t the only one who refused to kowtow to Twitter’s ridiculous censorship; Mark Levin left the platform in protest of Twitter’s censorship back in January.

But now that Elon Musk is about to steer the ship, Levin has decided to return!


This is incredible to see and surely more will return now that the Twitter Gestapos aren’t patrolling the site, looking for anything and everything that offends them.

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