Following her suspension from Twitter, Code Pinker Ariel Gold has a message for everyone:
I made no secret of my displeasure with her suspension from Twitter, depriving me of much material for future posts. So I’m glad to see the return of Ms Cray Cray with her itchy Twitter finger.
While no reason for the suspension was given – Gold herself says Twitter made an error – that did not stop Code Pink and Gold from claiming in their petition that it was because she supports the palestinian Arabs.
And while they do say “no explanation was given,” it is clear who they blame.
On February 24, 2021, Twitter suspended the account of CODEPINK co-executive director Ariel Gold, a prominent activist for Palestinian rights. The suspension follows online targeting of Ms. Gold by supporters of Israel and Twitter flagging a number of tweets by Ms. Gold and CODEPINK.
However, perhaps the real reason is related to the following, given Gold’s pimping for the Iranian regime:
In addition to the targeting of Ms. Gold and CODEPINK’s accounts, on February 23, 373 Twitter accounts associated with Armenia, Russia, and Iran were suspended. According to Twitter, a number of these account suspensions were for “undermining faith in the NATO alliance and its stability.”