Alt-right troll wanders the streets crying to strangers after Twitter permanently bans him

The infamously racist Twitter account of alt-right troll Baked Alaska has been permanently suspended. When asked to comment, Twitter referred to its policy on hate speech, which forbids “repeated and/or or non-consensual slurs, epithets, racist and sexist tropes, or other content that degrades someone.”

Baked Alaska, which was run by 29-year-old Tim Gionet, had 193,000 followers at the time of its suspension. It was famous for crudely advocating for white nationalist causes and attacking people of color.

Giomet was outraged when he found that he could no longer make racist attacks on his Twitter account, spouting in a livestream that “There needs to be some accountability,” he said. “You can’t just ban people when you disagree with them!”

“If you’re a public figure,” he complained, “you’re at a massive disadvantage if you don’t have a Twitter account.”

He was then spotted ranting about Twitter again at an In-N-Out, loudly crying “Twitter cannot get away with this!”

 

Those whose Twitter accounts were not banned for racist hate speech responded to this news hilariously: