Ex-SF Giants Aubrey Huff Suspended by Twitter

Ex-SF Giants Aubrey Huff Suspended by Twitter

Ex-SF Giants Aubrey Huff Suspended by Twitter!

According to reports, Twitter has suspended Aubrey Huff’s account for violating the social media platform’s rules and policies.


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CelebnSports247.com reports that Aubrey Huff’s suspension from Twitter is not clear on the length, though there was a specific tweet that led to the company’s action.

The former Giants player has a history of posting inflammatory and offensive remarks on social media — a major reason why he was not invited last year to what would have been a 10-year reunion for the 2010 World Series championship team. The organization viewed many of Huff’s posts as misogynistic and derogatory.

Huff has used his social media to advocate for kidnapping Iranian women and express that he was training his kids to shoot guns just in case Bernie Sanders became president.

The 44-year-old ex-Giants baller wrote on his Instagram account in reaction to being banned by Twitter.

It finally happened! The … liberal Karen’s over @twitter hate when people speak the truth or make money if their liberal platforms!.

I consider this a badge of honor! I’ll never stop! Don’t you patriots!!

Huff, a steadfast opponent of coronavirus vaccination and masks, attended a rally in the San Diego area on Monday to protest the state of California’s mandate that healthcare workers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The anti-mask mandate fool posted a video of the event on Instagram and wrote:

Had a blast hanging with pro-American free men and women!

Twitter on Tuesday suspended the account of Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for spreading COVID-19 vaccine misinformation.

Twitter’s rules also prohibit the threat of violence against an individual or a group of people and harassment.

Huff played 1,681 Major League games over 13 seasons from 2000 to 2012. His last three seasons were in San Francisco where he won two World Series titles. He also played with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the Houston Astros, and the Baltimore Orioles.