Continuing this unprecedented day of internet purges and censorship, Nationalist Review can inform our readers that the mail server used by the president’s campaign team has been suspended. Campaign Monitor, the service in question, confirmed to the Financial Times’ Dave Lee that they have suspended access to Trump’s ability to send out emails to his millions of subscribers.
The move effectively cuts off communication between his team and his core supporters. What is not clear however, is what other services have banned his team. The Trump campaign sends out a massive amount of emails—33 in January so far. But, it has been 48 hours since the campaign has reached out to its supporters via email, prompting most journalists to speculate that other providers have shut off access as well.
Trump and his team have been blocked from Twitter on all accounts that they operate. His campaign team has been banned. Following a move to Parler, major app distributors like Apple and Google pulled the social media site from the web. Tens of thousands of Trump supporters have been banned from Twitter in the past 48 hours.
Here's @CampaignMonitor's statement. I had been trying to pin down the other possible (likely bigger) providers. If you have any insight — please get in touch. DMs open, email in bio. pic.twitter.com/Y9Rbn6NfiW— Dave Lee (@DaveLeeFT) January 9, 2021
Campaign Monitor’s statement reads as follows:
“The self-service account associated with the Donald Trump Campaign has been suspended as of today, January 7th, 2021. Typically, political campaigns use multiple email service providers to send campaign, fundraising and other emails. Based on the low volume of emails that had been sent from the Campaign Monitor account, this is likely a very small portion of total email activity from the campaign.”