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(LifeSiteNews) – Well-known Conservative commentator Jack Posobiec was temporarily banned from Twitter on April 10 after promoting anti-Disney products with a logo reading “Boycott Groomers.”

On April 6, Posobiec marketed the apparel on Twitter, writing,  “Get it before it’s banned.” He wasn’t banned until Sunday, four days later.

He responded to the ban on his Gettr account by posting: “Just got a 12 hour lockout on twitter for calling Disney groomers!” It appears that he has since been able to regain access to his account

The term “groomer” is a euphemism for people who believe it is OK to sexualize children. Many believe Disney is guilty of “grooming” as a result of leaked videos showing that Disney has admitted internally to pushing an LGBT agenda on child viewers.

Twitter told Posobiec that his tweet about boycotting Disney had violated rules against “sexual orientation, gender, gender identity.” He quipped, “I didn’t know Groomer was a gender identity.”

Posobiec did not mention any person or group of people, so it is unclear how he could have broken Twitter’s rules by promoting themed apparel that tells people to stay away from “groomers.”

Posobiec believes he was temporarily booted for another reason. On his daily Human Events show, he broke a story that showed a number of Disney employees were in favor of the new law in Florida that protects elementary school students from LGBT content in primary grades. The law has been labeled an “anti-grooming” law.

He told The Post Millenial, “Elon Musk recently commented that corporations dictate policy on Twitter through ad dollars, so it comes as no surprise Twitter will censor you for criticizing one of the largest media companies in the world. This is clear retaliation for me leaking the internal employee forums at Disney showing many of their workers support the Florida anti-grooming bill.”

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