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Elon Musk Suspends Twitter Account That Made Pedophilia Flag, “Not Tolerated on This Platform”

Twitter CEO Elon Musk suspended an account that displayed a ‘Youth Attracted Person’ pride flag.

In other words, a pedophilia flag.

“Happy Alice Day, to those who celebrate!” an account titled @ZeebDemon wrote.

“I figured, why not use today to unveil the YAP (Youth Attracted Person) pride flag I designed almost a year ago?” the account added.

The account made the post on April 25th (‘Alice Day’), which is essentially a “pride day” celebrated by pedophiles.

Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis noticed that Twitter suspended the account.

“Elon Musk suspended the person who made a pedophilia flag. Well done, Elon,” Dr. Loupis wrote.

“Not tolerated on this platform,” Musk responded.

“Thank you. I was temporarily suspended by old Twitter for simply saying that child raping pedophiles should face the death penalty after being proven guilty. Big change under your ownership. Now pedophiles are no longer protected by Twitter! Keep it up,” Robby Starbuck said.

“The old regime allowed it. I’m glad you fired them all,” Ian Miles Cheong noted.

Thank you @elonmusk for standing up against sexual predators and for protecting our CHILDREN,” Twitter user Hope Eternal wrote.

The old Twitter regime faced immense backlash for refusing to remove child pornographic images and videos from its platform.

Elon Musk made this a top priority once taking over the company.

From the New York Post:

Twitter refused to take down widely shared pornographic images and videos of a teenage sex trafficking victim because an investigation “didn’t find a violation” of the company’s “policies,” a scathing lawsuit alleges.

The federal suit, filed Wednesday by the victim and his mother in the Northern District of California, alleges Twitter made money off the clips, which showed a 13-year-old engaged in sex acts and are a form of child sexual abuse material, or child porn, the suit states.

The teen — who is now 17 and lives in Florida — is identified only as John Doe and was between 13 and 14 years old when sex traffickers, posing as a 16-year-old female classmate, started chatting with him on Snapchat, the suit alleges.

Doe and the traffickers allegedly exchanged nude photos before the conversation turned to blackmail: If the teen didn’t share more sexually graphic photos and videos, the explicit material he’d already sent would be shared with his “parents, coach, pastor” and others, the suit states.

Doe, acting under duress, initially complied and sent videos of himself performing sex acts and was also told to include another child in his videos, which he did, the suit claims.

Eventually, Doe blocked the traffickers and they stopped harassing him, but at some point in 2019, the videos surfaced on Twitter under two accounts that were known to share child sexual abuse material, court papers allege.


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