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by Published posted January 10, 2022

For no apparent reason, America First broadcaster Nick Fuentes has been banned from GETTR, the platform run by former Trump advisor Jason Miller.

At the end of last month, Fuentes, the host of the popular nightly show "America First," was first barred from GETTR, an ostensibly free speech alternative to Twitter.

Earlier this week, The Blaze's Elijah Schaffer contacted GETTR, who Schaffer claims told him Fuentes had broken their terms of service, but did not specify which posts constituted the infractions.

"My inquiry was extremely professional and predicated on the premise that the public deserves to know GETTR's threshold for banning users, largely in part due to their users joining to avoid the very censorship practices they seem to be implementing," Schaffer said, adding that the obtuse nature of Fuentes's ban made him "suspicious" of the platform.

On Tuesday evening, Fuentes attempted to rejoin the site many times, but was banned quickly after each attempt, even while fans watched on his live stream.

"What good would it do me if I get on there and they ban me for being me?" It's arbitrary, it's discretionary, and when they ban groyper, that takes it to a whole other level," Fuentes stated on his stream, referring to prior allegations from the Daily Beast and others that GETTR had banned the phrase "groyper" from their platform, a term used to identify Fuentes fans.

The prohibition appears to run counter to GETTR's ostensible commitment to free speech.

Miller was questioned on Twitter in October of last year if he would ever remove someone "for their political ideas." "Cancel culture doesn't happen at #GETTR!" Miller enthusiastically responded in the negative.

GETTR was attacked for the ban by Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, an outspoken backer of the America First agenda, who said they would be "no better than Twitter" if they refused to restore his account.

"If conservatives are concerned at Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's recent Twitter ban but not Fuentes's GETTR ban, then we have a problem," Rogers concluded.

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