Leftist Elites Patricia and Rosanna Arquette Leave Twitter

Rosanna and Patricia Arquette are the latest left-leaning Hollywood stars to leave Twitter since Elon Musk took over the company. At least as of Wednesday morning, neither account, @RoArquette or @PattyArquette, could be reached.

It’s still not clear if they left Twitter on their own or if they were banned. On both accounts, there is a message that says “This account doesn’t exist.”

In recent years, the Arquette sisters used their Twitter accounts, which had hundreds of thousands of followers, to promote radical left-wing ideas. For example, they compared Republicans to Nazis and the Taliban called police officers the “Gestapo,” and said that Donald Trump was not the real president of the United States.

Rosanna Arquette said in a tweet last year that she will kneel during the national anthem and in front of the American flag “for the rest of my life” to protest these things. This week, the Pulp Fiction and The Big Blue actress tweeted that everyone should have kneeled during the national anthem as football player Colin Kaepernick did.

Since Elon Musk bought Twitter, more and more Hollywood stars on the left, like Debra Messing, Whoopi Goldberg, model Gigi Hadid, and TV producer Shonda Rhimes, have left the platform.

Others, like author Stephen King, have spoken out against Musk’s decision to charge a monthly fee for the blue-check verification.

I don’t think their leaving has hurt anyone’s feelings. Their leaving Twitter is just like a toddler throwing a tantrum because conservatives now have a voice.  It just shows how divided this country is.


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