Andrew Tate rose to fame this yr for his misogynistic presence on social media. The previous kickboxer known as married girls “property” and mentioned girls ought to bear “some accountability” for sexual assault.
Over the summer season, Tate was banned from Fb, TikTok, Instagram and YouTube for hate speech. He was completely suspended from Twitter in 2017 for violating its phrases of service, however allegedly snuck onto the platform utilizing completely different accounts. Earlier this yr, the Unbiased discovered that one of many accounts Tate used after he was kicked off the platform was even checked.
Now it appears like Tate, 35, is again on Twitter. Or possibly he is not. Primarily, the narrative in query is Schrödinger's misogynist.
However both means, the account – @morpheusresist, which was created in June and now has over 110,000 followers – seems to be towards Twitter guidelines. The platform expressly forbids escaping Twitter suspensions by creating new accounts. It additionally prohibits the impersonation of “people, teams or organizations to mislead, confuse or deceive others”.
The primary submit from the @morpheusresist account was on August 25, when he share a video of Tate being interviewed by Tucker Carlson. Since then, the account – whose avatar is presently a bespectacled younger man – has tweeted extensively, sharing movies and photographs of Tate and obvious statements by him.