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Jordan Peterson responds to Twitter suspension

1 month ago   |   By RT

The controversial author has refused to apologize for his post on a transgender actor
Canadian author and clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has said he would “rather die” than delete a flagged tweet and will not apologize for his views if his Twitter suspension is lifted. Peterson's account was suspended this week over a tweet about LGBT Pride Month and a transgender actor.
“Twitter a rat-hole, in the final analysis, I have probably contributed to that, while trying to use, understand and master that horrible, toxic platform,” Peterson told the National Post this week.
“If I can't be...
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