He refused to apologize to the controversial author for posting about a transgender actor
Jordan Peterson, a Canadian psychologist and author Jordan Peterson said that he would. “rather die”He will not remove a flagged Tweet and will not apologise for his views, even if Twitter suspends him. Peterson’s account was suspended this week over a tweet about LGBT Pride Month and a transgender actor.
“Twitter [is] a rat-hole, in the final analysis, I have probably contributed to that, while trying to use, understand and master that horrible, toxic platform,”Peterson spoke to the National Post about this story.
“If I can’t be let back on because I won’t apologize, I could care less.”
“There are no rules on Twitter except don’t do what we don’t like today,”Peterson said. “They are always applied post hoc by algorithms and idiots bent on maintaining their woke superiority.”
Peterson insisted that he would “rather die”than to be made to remove his own tweet.
According to reports, in the since-removed tweet, Peterson was commenting on a news story about actor Elliot Page, formerly known as Ellen Page, who stars in the Netflix series ‘The Umbrella Academy’ and won an Oscar nomination for the lead role in the 2007 movie ‘Juno.’ Page came out as a trans man in 2020.
“Remember when pride was a sin?”Peterson wrote that he was referring to LGBT Pride Month. He also said that “Ellen Page just had her breasts removed by a criminal physician.”
Peterson’s daughter, Mikhaila Peterson, posted a screenshot of the notice her father had received from Twitter. The social media platform said Peterson’s account was suspended for violating the policy that bans “hateful conduct,”It includes harassing and making threats about gender identity.
Peterson, whose books include ‘12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos’, is known as a strong critic of “cancel culture,”Political correctness and identity politics. At events that he attended, opponents often protested. His YouTube channel has over five million subscribers.
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