Trump, Babylon Bee back on Twitter; Christian Post still banned

Trump, Babylon Bee back on Twitter; Christian Post still banned
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Good afternoon! It’s Monday, November 21, and today’s headlines include Twitter reinstating former President Donald Trump’s account, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster pushing back against an ACLU lawsuit seeking to shut down religious foster care agencies, and actress Candace Cameron Bure’s Instagram response to critics.
After conducting a poll asking users whether former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account should be reinstated on the social media platform, new Twitter owner Elon Musk has lifted the former president’s ban. Just over 15 million users—nearly 52%—voted in favor of reinstating Trump. “The people have spoken. Trump will be reinstated,” Musk tweeted, adding, “Vox Populi, Vox Dei,” which is Latin for “the voice of the people is the voice of God.” Prior to the ban, the president had more than 88 million Twitter followers. As of Monday morning, he had 87.4 million followers. The Babylon Bee, which has nearly 2 million followers on Twitter, has also resumed posting as normal.
The Christian Post’s ban has not been lifted. Twitter banned the Christian news site’s profile after it posted an article with the headline, “USA Today names Rachel Levine among its ‘Women of the Year’” on its social media accounts on March 15. A trans-identified member of the Biden administration, Levine was born male and went by his birth name of Richard before deciding to self-identify as a woman. CP has seen previous appeals denied but resubmitted an additional appeal on Sunday. Continue reading.

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