Aaron Rupar Twitter Banned – Elon Musk made pledges to respect the first amendment after acquiring the social media site Twitter, but it now appears that he is stumbling when it comes to journalists who seem to be critical of him.
A list of individuals, including former Vox Media employee Aaron Rupar, were permanently barred from the platform on December 15, 2022.
The 39-year-old Aaron Rupar was banned from Twitter on December 15, 2022
However, as of late, the independent journalist had only shared another writer’s Substack newsletter. The independent journalist had previously criticized the platform’s new owner, Elon Musk.
But it was a Public Notice on his Substack platform.
Elon Musk’s Reactionary Populism was the title of the Substack, which was written by Noah Berlatsky.
Before being suspended, Rupar published a Substack piece that essentially criticized Musk for using his wealth to silence the voiceless.
It cited examples of elites who support diversity, such as Kanye West and Dave Chapelle, but noted that these individuals differ from marginalized individuals who “dare to speak up for themselves, or who simply want to live their lives without being insulted, tormented, or brutalized, are pilloried as vaunting elitists who must be confronted, overthrown, destroyed.”
In summary, the Substack newsletter that Rupar posted on Public Notice stated that the wealth and racial disparities in our society are related and that Musk, who sits at the top of both food chains, is aware of this.
“Musk, one of the richest people on earth, frames himself as a brave voice of the people fighting against entrenched elites.”Of Musk, the newsletter says:
“It’s easy to call him an out-of-touch hypocrite — and everyone should call him that! — but the populist cosplay of the very rich isn’t just a deception.”
“It’s the implementation of an ugly, more or less explicitly fascist, ideology.”
“Musk thinks he’s “of the people” because he sees his own power as deserved.”
“For him and his ilk the real elites are the undeserving who dare to criticize the rightful hierarchy — or who simply dare to exist.”
Who is Aaron Rupar?
A journalist who became well-known for his work as an editor for Vox and his reporting on politics and policy. Between 2016 and 2018, he also served as an associate editor for Think Progress. Aaron Rupar was born on October 4, 1983, in the United States. Aaron Rupar is 39 years old as of 2022.
He graduated from Hamline University with a BA in political science and government in 2006. Later, in 2010, he would earn a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Aaron Rupar’s career.
Rupar worked as a teacher assistant and pursued his master’s degree at Minnesota from September 2007 to May 2010. In December 2010, he began working as a staff writer for Minnesota Premier Publication, where he remained for the entire year.
He then began working as a staff writer at Voice Media Group in December 2011 and departed in October 2014. Later, in November 2014, Fox9 hired him to perform the duties of an assignment desk editor, social media manager, online reporter, and digital producer. He held these positions with Fox9 until April 2015.
From April 2015 to February 2016, Rupar worked as the State of Minnesota’s House DFL’s digital media coordinator. He oversaw the business’s social media and produced videos and visuals.
From February 2016 through November 2018, he worked as an associate editor for the Center for American Progress. His next position was as an Assistant Editor for politics and policy at Vox Media Inc. He eventually left Vox Media, Inc. in September 2021 to launch his own journalism company.
Who Is Aaron Rupar’s Wife? Does he have any kids?
Aaron Rupar is a happily married man. He has a very beautiful wife. They have a pair of children. Mia is their daughter and they have a son as well.