The cause of his suspension has not been ascertained at press time, but rumors suggest spamming.
Thomas Lee, the co-founder at Fundstrat shared this a few minutes ago via his Twitter handle. In the tweet, he displayed his discontentment at the dealings of Twitter’s management lately.
He added that the same measure used to slam Zerohedge has been meted out to the well-known cryptocurrency advocate Anthony Pompliano.
He shared this, “This is disappointing Anthony Pompliano suspended and falls into the same magnitude as the suspension of Zerohedge a few weeks ago. – can’t really fathom how ‘the pomp’ did anything to warrant a suspension and hope it’s not permanent. Unfair purging of dissidents.”
– can’t really fathom how ‘the pomp’ did anything to warrant a suspension and hope it’s not permanent.
— Thomas Lee (@fundstrat) February 13, 2020
What Could Have Caused Anthony Pompliano’s Suspension from Twitter
As aforementioned, the cause of his suspension has not been ascertained at the moment, but it has been attributed to spamming, judging by a proof shared on Twitter by the Co-host of the Odd Lots podcast and “What’d You Miss?” on Bloomberg TV, Joe Weisenthal.
In the screenshot he captioned, which suggests spamming, Pompliano bumped into a trending comment shared by the President of United States Donald Trump with this message, “Want to learn about Bitcoin, blockchain technology, and cryptocurrencies?”
For spamming? pic.twitter.com/3rOeyrf9Ni
— Joe Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) February 13, 2020
Obviously, that’s one of the means used by Anthony Pompliano to reach out to very important personalities about Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, which could have been counted as incessant spamming and violation by Twitter.