Twitter stands by temporarily suspending Fox’s Hegseth for posting Pensacola terrorist’s manifesto

Twitter is standing by its decision to temporarily suspend Fox & Friends host Pete Hegseth after he posted the Pensacola terrorist’s manifesto on the social media platform.

Hegseth, 39, was temporarily banned on the social media platform over the weekend for sharing the manifesto of Saudi national Mohammed Alshamrani, who killed three people and injured 12 more when he opened fire at Navy Station Pensacola on Friday.

The Fox News host revealed the suspension on Instagram, where he posted a photo of the tweet that got him suspended with the caption, “Yesterday, I was BANNED from [Twitter] — because I posted a screen shot of
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