Twitter has put kibosh on the brothers Krassenstein – says anti-trumpet riders had broken the site's rules by running fake accounts.
Brian and Ed Krassenstein, who had a broad follow-up to their scary ability to respond immediately to the President's Twitter tirades, were permanently banned by the social media site.
"Twitter rules apply to everyone," a Twitter rep told the Post in a statement. "It is strictly forbidden to operate multiple counterfeit accounts and purchase account interactions. Engaging in these behaviors will result in permanent suspension from service."
Ed had about 925,000 followers and Brian Krassenstein had more than 697,000 as #Resistance superstars before becoming prohibited.
Twitter did not state what Krassensteins allegedly did to illegally promote their accounts ̵
Krassensteins later refused to break Twitter's rules.
"The claim that we bought Twitter accounts and interactions is not true," the brothers wrote on their Hill Reporter website.
"As we said before, we never did. The part that has us angry is that Twitter continues to claim that this is the reason for our suspension, but in fact they are easy to control to see, that this never happened, "they added.
"WE NEVER AND WE WILL DO This is as clear as the day, ever bought or sold NOW Twitter accounts or interactions. We swear on our graves that this is 100% true," they wrote on their blog Thursday night.
"We've long disappeared Twitter's actions banning and suspending users, and our attitude is still the same. Twitter, as a private company, has the right to ban the one they choose, including us," they continued.
"However, we understand that Twitter evaluates our suspension and issues a correction to their comments that we buy or sell Twitter accounts or interactions.
" This is 100% false and if Twitter believes they have evidence to prove otherwise, we ask them and encourage them to release these details to the media, "they added.
They told The Daily Beast, who first reported on the ban that they only operated secondary accounts for
"None of these accounts were ever used for manipulative purposes such as Twitter claims" The brothers said in a statement.
Other political provocators have also been banned from the site, including pro -Trump conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl, 21, who was started to run counterfeit accounts
Krassensteins claimed Wo hl contacted them according to their prohibition to say that they should all go together and go pe with Twitter and internet censorship, according to Newsweek.