Gavin McInnes Banned From Twitter, Again
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Gavin McInnes Banned From Twitter, Again
Proud Boys founder started new account for alter ego "Miles McInnes"

Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes, who last summer got banned from Twitter for violating its policy on “violent extremist groups,” has once again been kicked off the site, after opening a new account for his alter ego “Miles.”

“The @NoHateWithMiles account was suspended,” a Twitter Canada spokesperson tells Canadaland in a statement. “Based on our Twitter Rules, you cannot attempt to evade a permanent suspension by creating new accounts.”

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