Laura Loomer crashed an annual bitcoin conference on Friday and confronted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
Loomer is often referred to as the “most banned woman in the world.”
After Dorsey took the stage, Loomer rushed to the front of the crowd to confront him over his election meddling.
“How can you say that this is a currency for everyone in the world when you are the king of censorship?” Loomer shouted. “Bitcoin is about decentralization, and you have no right to be here today speaking about this.”
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As security attempted to remove her from the conference, Loomer continued to yell at the CEO about how “censorship is a human rights violation” and how he is “interfering with elections.”
Alex Gladstein, the chief strategy officer at the Human Rights Foundation who was on stage with Dorsey, continued the conversation about censorship after Loomer was kicked out.
“Can social media be more like bitcoin? Bitcoin is censorship resistant. Nobody controls it. What is your thought on that?” Gladstein asked Dorsey.
“Yes, I do believe it can,” the Twitter CEO responded. “I know there’s a number of you out there who disagree with a lot of actions that Twitter’s taken. I know there’s a lot of you out there who disagree with our policies and the way we’ve evolved them. I appreciate it. I recognize it.”
The fiery conservative has been kicked off of nearly every single social media platform, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. She is also banned from Uber, Lyft, Uber Eats, PayPal, Venmo, GoFundMe, Medium, TeeSpring, and Chase Bank even shut down her access to her online banking.