Twitter Locks Out Border Chief Over Post About Southern Border Wall

( Twitter engaged in yet another act of censorship this week, locking United States Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan out of his account for celebrating the construction of the southern border wall.

Morgan was reportedly locked out after he praised the effectiveness of the border wall, a key part of President Donald Trump’s agenda. Screenshots show that the account was locked in Wednesday afternoon, with Twitter claiming that he had violated a “hateful conduct” policy.

Some of the tweets that Twitter took offense to included on in which he said that they are building new wall every day, which helps stop gang members, murderers, sexual predators, and drugs from entering the country.

Another tweet showed an image of a car crashed into hedges at the side of a road, and said that Border Patrol Agents In California had chased down and arrested a violent suspect wanted for murder in Rhode Island.

“Another example why Borders matter,” Morgan added.

Twitter has not explained what part of these tweets is “hateful.”

According to The Federalist, Twitter contact Morgan and claimed he was harassing and threatening people.

“You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease,” Twitter told him.

Morgan told the Federalist that he was only tweeting facts.

“If you look at the tweet in question again, every mile helps us stop gang members, murderers, and pedophiles from entering our country. It’s just a fact,” he said.

“I’m sure somebody on that Twitter team has heard that everyone that illegally enters are just good people looking for a better way of life,” he continued. “The American people ultimately don’t get to hear the truth because someone at Twitter, based on their own ideology, pushed a button to prevent the truth from coming out.”

Remember: if you want to keep your Twitter account, don’t ever reference the verifiable fact that bad people often enter the United States illegally.