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Matt Walsh, podcaster and political commentator, is locked out of Twitter over transgender tweets

Walsh is being forced to delete the tweets to get the account back.

Matt Walsh, a political commentator and host at The Daily Wire, has been locked out of over a couple of tweets.

The conservative commentator will only be allowed back on Twitter after deleting the tweets.

In one tweet he said alleged that transgender ideology was in fact a way through which men have been harming the prospects for women.

“The greatest female Jeopardy champion of all time is a man,” Walsh wrote. “The top female college swimmer is a man. The first female four star admiral in the Public Health Service is a man. Men have dominated female high school track and the female MMA circuit. The patriarchy wins in the end.”

In another tweet, he said he will not use plural pronouns to refer to one individual.

Walsh wrote: “I am not referring to an individual person as if she is two people. Everyone else can run around sounding like maniacs if they want but I will not be participating. No thank you.”

The tweets earned him a 12-hour ban, because they violate the platform’s “hate speech” policy. The clock will start running once he deletes the tweets, although Twitter has already censored them.

Last night, following the ban, Walsh appeared on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson tonight to discuss the censorship.

“I just got suspended on Twitter because I pointed out that biological males are men. And this, to me, is all a part of the game here. That this is what leftism is. If you criticize it, then they’re gonna shut you down because they realize that they cannot engage intellectually,” Walsh told Carlson.

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