Carpe Donktum’s Twitter account was suspended Monday after President Trump’s favorite meme maker shared a video featuring a CNN staffer admitting the network is racist, but his account was reinstated shortly after news of his ban lit up the internet.
Carpe Donktum, whose real name is Logan Cook, was notified his account was suspended immediately after he shared a video of Project Veritas’ new expose of CNN, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe announced on Twitter shortly after news of Donktum’s suspension circulated on the platform.
“I spoke with Logan Cook, who I shared an exclusive CNN clip with — and his account was suspended immediately upon posting one of the clips where Christian Sierra of CNN DISCUSSING COVERAGE OF SHOOTINGS…,”O’Keefe wrote.
The clip Cook shared featured CNN’s media coordinator Christian Sierra discussing the network’s racist coverage of shootings, contending CNN couldn’t care less about exposing gang violence that disproportionately affects minorities.
“This is the most honest CNN has ever been,” Cook wrote in a tweet accompanying the video, prompting Twitter to suspend his account.
Cook’s account was reinstated shortly after it was suspended following backlash from Trump supporters railing against the platform for brazenly censoring conservatives.
While Twitter took action against the famous meme maker minutes after he shared the video exposing the bigoted reporting at CNN, Cook posted a video shortly after the controversy explaining Twitter justified his suspension citing copyright infringement on a video he posted over 18 months ago.
“There was no timeline on it. It was an indefinite or permanent suspension, which has now been reversed. The video in question was posted on early February of 2018,” he said. “It was a super bowl commercial which aired to 45 million people during the super bowl that featured no copy written content. The only copy written content was a five second clip of a song at the very end. That song was not even claimed by YouTube. That was the video they said was a violation of copyright.
“This happened within five minutes of me posting a video that James sent to me as a scoop that featured CNN saying they don’t care about shootings that happen in Chicago,” he noted.
Meanwhile, left-wing media outlets attributed Cook’s account suspension to a video depicting Trump assassinating left-wing media outlets which was aired during a “meme exhibit” at the American Priority conference, a gathering of top conservatives held at Trump National Doral Miami Resort over the weekend.
Cook, was not responsible for creating the parody video meme. It was published by YouTube channel called TheGeekzTeam.
TheGeekzTeam’s Twitter account remains active.
Yet, leftist rag Buzzfeed used a screenshot of the video in their article covering Cook justifying his Twitter suspension.
While the unregulated, monopolistic tech giant continues to unjustifiably censor Trump supporters, conservative users lamented, porn, pedophiles, and terrorist content continuously floods the platform.
Cook was suspended after exposing CNN’s bigotry and propagandizing tactics, while left-wing outlets like ABC continue to use the platform to disseminate fake news, a Turning Point USA surrogate lamented.
ABC removed a video it posted across its social media accounts Monday depicting a Turkish attack in northern Syria after it was discovered the footage was actually captured during a 2017 military gun show in Kentucky.
Cook gained national attention after President Trump retweeted a video of the 2019 State of the Union address edited mocking Democrats for refusing to applaud the president’s achievements.
Trump also retweeted Cook’s edited video of former Vice President Joe Biden apologizing for repeatedly inappropriately touching women and young girls.
Cook and his family have visited Trump in the Oval Office for a private “meet and greet” and photo opp. The meme maker also attended the White House “social media summit” in July.
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