Twitter has blocked an account, Ali Alexander, which US media say is a “black American of Arab descent”, who led the ignition of violence in the US Congress building last week.
According to a report published in the “Business Insider” newspaper, the accounts of Ali Alexander, who is the leader of the “Stop Theft” campaign (intended to steal elections), who participated in the storming of the Capitol building last week, were blocked on various electronic platforms, including Twitter, Instagram, and ” PayPal, who attributed this to a “violation of the usage policy.”
The young man, convicted of various crimes, including theft of private property in 2007, the robbery of a car, and theft of a bank card in 2008, appeared two weeks before the storming of the Capitol.
He tweeted on his Twitter account that his group “Stop Theft” is not yet violent, and he continued to use the word “after” as a constant threat that the group was able to turn its demonstrations into violent protest.
In his tweets, Ali often used the number “1776”, which symbolizes the American revolution against British colonialism, as a kind of threat to opponents of Trump’s efforts to cancel the election results.
Ali said, “If they did, it would not be possible to guess what 500,000 other people and I would do in this building,” and he also wrote: “1776 options are available to the free.”
And the slogan “Stop theft” was raised by supporters of the outgoing US President Donald Trump, indicating the existence of fraud in the presidential elections, similar to the theft of the account of the new president-elect, Joe Biden.
According to the “Daily Beast” newspaper, interest in the identity of Alexander quickly increased after the exposure of his pivotal role in the recent events in Washington, DC, as he posted a video on his Twitter account of the storming of the Capitol, in which he appeared chanting “victory or death.” : “I don’t deny this … I think people should be quarrelsome and anarchists. We own the US Capitol, and I don’t apologize.”
It should be noted that Ali Alexander became famous some time ago, after he posted a tweet about Biden’s elected representative, Kamala Harris, Trump himself retweeted it, claiming that Harris was not a black American.
In July 2019, Ali Alexander participated in the “Social Media Summit” organized by the White House with a number of “leaders of the digital world.”
Source: “Business Insider + Daily Beast”