Unless you’re an elected official or a government agency, you can ban anyone from your Twitter, Facebook, etc.
However, Donald Trump cannot ban anyone from his Twitter, says a federal judge.
It’s well established law that the First Amendment doesn’t allow “viewpoint discrimination.” But the First Amendment only applies to government banning your alt-right opinions. Others can ban away.
There’s an opening here for the alt-right, Christians, and conservatives who’ve been banned by Twitter since the Jewess in a black robe has ruled that social media is a public forum.
However, the Jew lawyers who sued Trump over his Twitter bans claim that Twitter can still ban us.
We’ll see where this leads.
Excerpt from Wired
ON WEDNESDAY, A federal judge ruled that President Donald Trump’s practice of blocking his critics on Twitter violates the First Amendment. The practice is unconstitutional, Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald wrote in her 75-page decision, because the @realdonaldtrump Twitter account is a public forum operated by the government, meaning viewpoint discrimination is strictly prohibited.