A confrontational right-wing reporter was among those removed from social media platforms in recent days.
Though individuals impacted by the decision span the ideological spectrum, some on the right saw it as a crackdown on conservative thought.
Laura Loomer was among them and appeared on the controversial “Alex Jones Show” this week to plead her case.
Already pulled from Twitter, her Facebook and Instagram accounts were taken down last week.
“I confronted Congress when [Twitter CEO] Jack Dorsey was testifying in September,” she said. “And I begged President Trump, I begged him to so something before it was too later.”
She complained that Republicans at the time “mocked” her and called her “crazy,” urging them to take action now.
“My life is ruined!” she said. “Does anybody understand how ruined my life is? I’m sick of it! I don’t want to listen to people tell me that I’m a conspiracy theorist. They don’t know what it’s like to be me. I’m sick of it.”
Loomer asserted that she had been “fighting harder than most conservatives,” only to be mocked for her effort
“These people don’t understand, like, my life is unlivable at this point in time,” she said. “Like, what is the point?”
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