“Make no mistake: Twitter hates blacks,” Jarome Bell said in a statement. “Despite Twitter’s very public corporate love fest for Liberal blacks, Twitter hates those same blacks. How do I know this? They just use blacks like a tool.”
“Twitter, just like Antifa, wants a race war between blacks and whites,” Bell continued.
Bell pointed out that “a Saudi Arabian prince owns the largest percent share of Twitter” and suggested that the social media company does the Saudi’s bidding by “meddling in American elections.”
“The Saudis often source their cheap labor from Africa,” Bell wrote. “Enslaving blacks and Asians seems to be something the Saudis are good at.”
Bell was banned by Twitter in October, apparently for calling for the arrest, trial, conviction, and execution of everyone who engaged in election fraud in 2020.
“Audit all 50 states. Arrest all involved. Try all involved. Convict all involved. Execute all involved.#MaricopaCountyFraud,” Bell wrote on Sept. 24.
A spokesman for Twitter told Newsweek that this tweet “is not in violation of the Twitter Rules,” but Bell’s campaign told National File that Twitter had not explained its decision.
Retired Navy Chief Jarome Bell has been suspended by Twitter after he called for the execution of those involved in Arizona’s audit. pic.twitter.com/FWw3AfcZPf
— Travis Akers (@travisakers) October 1, 2021