Twitter Suspends Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza Over Immigration Tweets

Twitter suspended angel mom Mary Ann Mendoza earlier this month over tweets addressing the fatal repercussions of having open borders.

Twitter suspended angel mom Mary Ann Mendoza over tweets addressing the repercussions of illegal immigration, although she says she has been using the same verbiage for years.

The social media platform suspended Mendoza earlier this month for a series of tweets it claimed violated its rules and policies.

According to Mendoza, twitter found the tweets hateful, harmful, and/or threatening, an allegation Mendoza denies.

Twitter demanded Mendoza remove the tweets, but she refused and insisted she will not allow the social media platform to silence her.

One tweet was intended for California Senator Kamala Harris addressing her inaction over Americans killed at the hands of illegal immigrants.

The tweet read, “What law can I break and have you defend me so staunchly? Provide me sanctuary from or laws? Political cleanup from YOUR INACTION FOR DECADES is what it’s called. You have #bloodonyourhands for every death of an American killed by an ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINAL you are protected.”

The Angel mom has also emphasized she has been raising awareness on the deadly consequences of illegal immigration for years and has never been silenced, until now.  

Mendoza has made it clear she will not allow the social media platform to censor her since she now remains her son’s voice as well.

The incident has caught President Trump’s attention as the growing trend of conservative censorship continues to plague the internet.

The president tweeted just days ago he would help Mendoza saying, “I know Mary Ann from the beginning, and she should never be silenced. She is a winner who has lost so much, her child.”

Mendoza’s son, Sergeant Brandon Mendoza, tragically lost his life back in 2014 after being hit head on by an illegal immigrant who was under the influence.

She made an appearance on Fox news to share her story and said she would be looking into filing suit against twitter over the censorship.

To learn more about Mendoza, her story, and how you can help her raise awareness, visit:

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