U.S. Customs & Border Protection Chief Blasts Twitter for Blocking His Pro-Border Wall Posts

Border Chief was blocked by Twitter for tweeting updates on construction of President Trump’s Border Wall

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — “Twitter is out of control in their clear bias against this Administration and their blatant censorship of anything that may go against the policies of those who sit in cubicles in Silicon Valley,” said Mark Morgan, the acting head of U.S. Customs & Border Protection Thursday afternoon, after his Twitter account was locked Wednesday when he celebrated the recent advances in construction of the Border Wall on his official Twitter account, @CBPMarkMorgan.

Morgan (right,) has been one of the president’s most aggressive spokesman on illegal immigration, and has regularly called out Democrats in Congress for not passing laws to reform immigration.
 
“America is going down a dangerous road if we don't stand up for free speech and free thought — regardless of our beliefs,” Morgan added, blasting the social media platform for shutting him down.

Morgan said Twitter was not only muzzling him, but in fact was crushing democracy.


“What makes America the envy of the world, are the precious rights we share – such as the freedom of expression and free and open exchange of ideas.

"We will not accept public social media platforms like Twitter that blatantly censor free and open communication with the American people simply because they don’t like the message,” Morgan said.

"This censorship goes against the very ideas this great nation was founded on, as well as the rights that many men and women have given their lives to preserve.

The U.S. Customs & Border Protection Agency has been highlighting its successes in curbing Illegal Immigration, and the interdiction of drugs & human trafficking.

He has also been decrying Democrat Joe Biden's open border plans.

Twitter intially called his statements of fact – including statistics – promotion of violence prior to reinstating his account after media attention and a public outcry turned against them.
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