Twitter Bans Patrick Byrne

Twitter Banned Government US Election 2020

Twitter banned Patrick Byrne, the former CEO of Overstock, likely due to his many tweets regarding the election fraud. He briefly talked about his ban, among other things, on the Rubin Report shortly after it happened.

I sat down with former Overstock CEO and tech giant @PatrickByrne who was banned from Twitter about two minutes before we recorded. We talk big tech, censorship and why @onlocals is the future of the social media.

– Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) 13 Jan 2021

Below are two of his final tweets in the days leading up to his ban, the second of which was suppressed and labeled with: “This claim of election fraud is disputed, and this Tweet can’t be replied to, Retweeted, or liked due to a risk of violence.”

Update on Georgia ballots: DHS had been trying to move forward this week. Two days ago FBI jumped in claiming jurisdiction. Yesterday 3 PM FBI took control of shredding truck and materials, directed they be returned to shredding operation and the shredding job completed.

– Patrick Byrne (@PatrickByrne) 9 Jan 2021


  1. demoralization (Covid overreaction);
  2. disorientation (antifa goonism)
  3. crisis (election);
  4. normalization (MSM + SM);

– Patrick Byrne (@PatrickByrne) 11 Jan 2021

Sources / Relevant Material

  3. Archive of account suspension