Why Chuck C. Johnson Was Suspended From Twitter

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Twitter has suspended Charles C. Johnson (@chuckcjohnson) for being on the wrong side of history:

I am an award-winning journalist who has exposed frauds, ended careers, and been profiled in major publications. And now I’m trending on Twitter while my account, @chuckcjohnson, is suspended on Twitter.

Last night I tweeted that I was interested in doing some research on the twitter user, @deray a.k.a. DeRay McKesson.

@Deray is a leader of the anti-cop astroturfing currently hitting the inner city black community.

I’ve already exposed the activist, @ShaunKing, for being a fraud and potentially stealing some money from Tamir Rice. And I’ve been working with the ATF to bring justice to Michael Brown’s pastor who burned down his own church. I sued on my own dime to get Michael Brown’s juvenile records (which we are appealing to the Missouri Supreme Court.)


Twitter doesn’t seem to have a problem with people using their service to coordinate riots.

But they do have a problem with the kind of journalism I do.


  1. Read the top twenty or so comments over there. Now I know what Nietzsche meant about what happens when you “gaze long into an abyss…”

  2. Isegoria says:

    I’d love to, but I can’t reach gotnews.com right now. Hmm…

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