Tossed By Twitter, Joey Salads Returns Hours Later For Surprise Main Course

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In a day and age when Americans are being unlawfully and unconstitutionally held captive in their own homes, it should come as no surprise that Twitter has once again flexed it’s keyboard muscles to take down the First Amendment. This time, Salads has been tossed by the popular social media giant.

Joey Saladino, best known as Joey Salads, has been suspended permanently from Twitter for what they say was violating its policies around “platform manipulation and spam”. Saladino, the host of The Raging Patriot podcast, does not agree with Twitter’s assessment.

“To make a long story short, I was banned for spam violations,” Saladino told Sarah Palin-dot-com. “For the last six months, I have been replying to my own tweets to plug my podcast. I always made sure the promotions were worded differently. These posts would always get flagged, but every time, Twitter would give me a report that said ‘you have been reported but didn’t break any TOS’. I got one the night before my suspension, but then for some reason it was followed by a ban email. I was told via Twitter reports that my tweets were not in violation for months. But then, out of nowhere, I am banned for spam.”

So what is going on here? Is the account being targeted because the man running it is a conservative Trump supporter? Legitimate question. After all, Saladino did run for Congress in New York recently. The short campaign fell short, in a race that will now come down to Republican Nicole Malliotakis and incumbent Democrat Max Rose. Though it was short-lived, Saladino made his mark in the 11th district, out fundraising RINO Malliotakis and liberal Rose when it came to the grassroots. “I had more individual donations than the incumbent and the primary rival in the same amount of time,” Saladino said. “I had massive ground support, but getting big money dollars was impossible and she refused debates.”

Just like a RINO to run and hide, especially from a guy like Saladino. The outspoken patriot brings an unfiltered approach to all he does, from his campaign to his podcast to his eye-opening child abduction videos.

Before his jump into politics, Saladino conducted powerful social experiment videos demonstrating just how easy it is to trick young people into a possible kidnapping. Often posing as a driver who was ‘sent by the teen’s mother’ to pick up a particular boy or girl, Saladino showed kids and parents alike, just what to do and what not to do in order to avoid being stolen. A true, raw modern-day public service. Now, it’s Twitter kidnapping Saladino’s rights.

“I was running for New York-11 until the establishment picked a pro-abortion, pro-illegal immigration, anti-Trump, RINO Republican to take the nomination in the primary,” said Saladino. “So, I cut my losses and bailed out before the primary. I started out on social media as a prankster with Vine, making funny videos, then I moved over to YouTube with some social experiments like date rape, breastfeeding, and the child abduction stuff. They all got me tons of air time on mainstream media. But once Trump ran for office, the news cycle changed and no one cared about that stuff anymore in the media, so I went more into politics, which is how I got here today.”

Now Saladino is banned. But he’s not gone. Not by a long shot. Often liberal censorship loses out to rugged individualism, and that is once again the case here. While Saladino’s popular @JoeySalads Twitter account is indeed suspended, Joey Salads still has a presence in TwitterLand.

Not long after Saladino was booted from Twitter, he popped up in a video under the Twitter handle @notjoeysalads. The first few tweets of the brand new account are all pro-Joe. The avatar is a picture of Saladino with his adorable Havanese named Donuts. But, as Joey himself clearly states in a video that was tweeted out by the account, this Twitter handle does not belong to Joey Salads. Instead, it’s the ‘account of the holder of the phone and the person who owns the device on which this account was made on’. Well played.

Joey Salads back on Twitter just hours after the petty decision, smiling and wearing a Make America Great Again cap, promising tp say quotes that this new account will type in. Cue the exploding heads.

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How long until Twitter comes up with a reason to pull this account down? After all, they have targeted James Woods and countless others, all with one thing in common…support for President Trump.

Like many liberal stunts, this latest attack on our First Amendment appears to be just the opening salvo in a battle with a proud American who doesn’t back down from nonsense like this.

In the meantime, Joey Salads offers advice for parents. “Keep an eye on your kids,” he said. “You never know what can happen. In a blink of an eye your world can change.”

How true. It’s a shame that Twitter is looking to shut down people like Saladino who actually have important messages to convey to the public, while continuing to allow the hate to spew from the so-called ‘tolerant left’ at every turn.

Follow Kevin Scholla on Twitter @kevinscholla