If you speak too much truth on Twitter, you might get Big Brother slamming its boot down your throat.

Twitter recently locked the account of Lauren Witzke, the Republican party candidate for Delaware’s federal Senate race for simply the tweeting the truth about mass migration’s impact on Europe.

Witzke tweeted, “Let’s be clear, mass migration absolutely destroyed Europe. Italy, France, Sweden and Germany took in tons of migrants who never assimilated. Rapes, murders, and other heinous crimes abound. I will end ALL immigration into the US for ten years.”

This was enough for Twitter to go pull a Big Brother and lock Witzke’s account last week on the grounds that anti-mass migration messages constitute “hateful conduct” per the social media platform’s guidelines.

Twitter stated that the tweet broke its rules concerning “hateful conduct.” Further violations of this “hateful conduct” policy would lead to her getting kicked off the platform.

Breitbart News reached out to Witzke for her perspective on the situation. Witzke was firm when asked about how she would handle the situation and alluded to President Teddy Roosevelt’s actions taken against Big Business at the start of the 20th century.

“This is yet another example of Twitter, which is partially owned by a Saudi Arabian prince, interfering in American elections,” proclaimed Witzke.

“If Democrats in Congress really cared about election meddling like they’ve claimed for the past four years, they’d work with Republicans and President Trump to end Big Tech censorship, which we all know is weaponized against conservatives.”

The Delaware Senate candidate added, “Socialal media censorship is the Civil Rights issue of our time, and when I’m in the U.S. Senate, I will hold these Silicon Valley monopolies accountable. They will respect the First Amendment and stop restricting free speech, or they will face consequences unlike anything America has seen since Teddy Roosevelt was president.”

On October 7, 2020, Wtzke generate further controversy when she tweeted “Most third-world migrants can not assimilate into civil societies. Prove me wrong.”

A number of users became so enraged with her tweet and began to attack her. Pulitzer prize winning writer Viet Thanh Nguyen was one of those individuals triggered by Witzke’s tweet. He tweeted, “’Third World’ refugee here. I have a PhD in English and I won a Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. What have you done?”

While people can throw a fit about Witzke’s comments, she does raise a valid point. Third World migrants tend to come distinct cultures from the West and don’t necessarily have the skills to integrate themselves into the American economy. Even worse, many of these migrants and their posterity vote for leftist policies by large margins. In turn, they will fundamentally alter the nature of the American state in a direction that is completely antithetical to the Founding Father’s vision.

Despite all the moaning coming from journalists. Witzke raises valid points that should be debated. Too bad we live in a time where people would rather scream and yell about “racism” as opposed to engaging with controversial ideas.

How about we toughen up a bit and listen to some uncomfortable truths for once?