After being banned from Twitter for over two years, the Founder of Stop the Steal, Ali Alexander, has been reinstated.
Alexander was originally banned by Twitter’s far-left moderation shortly after protests erupted at the Capitol on January 6th.
Besides being banned from Twitter, Ali has been banned by Facebook, PayPal, Cash App, Instagram, and many other Big Tech companies.
👋 Welcome back @ali 🥳
— Adam Townsend (@adamscrabble) January 9, 2023
Stop the Steal founder Ali Alexander is back on Twitter. pic.twitter.com/VCbYIH03kr
— PatriotTakes 🇺🇸 (@patriottakes) January 9, 2023
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The last tweet Ali wrote before getting banned was a tweet about the death of Ashli Babbitt.
Citizen journalist @TaylerUSA was standing by the woman who was shot inside OUR Capitol. He’s about to go live with Alex. https://t.co/qLQwGthDxk
— Ali 🟧 #StopTheSteal (@ali) January 6, 2021
Although the timing of getting unbanned was unknown, the ban itself was inevitable, according to Ali.
In December, on a live broadcast, Ali stated he talked to Musk and would go on to say he would be back on Twitter soon.
“Stop the Steal” organizer Ali Alexander has now been reinstated on Twitter, just weeks after he claimed he spoke with Twitter owner Elon Musk & would be “back on Twitter soon.” https://t.co/mIOM50lDrg
— Alex Kaplan (@AlKapDC) January 9, 2023
Ali has yet to tweet since getting unbanned, but on Telegram, he posted a voice message and stated: “Welcome back to Twitter, but I’m at lunch and busy, so I will tweet eventually today, God bless you”.