The popular newsletter mailing service Mailchimp has reportedly suspended the account of the Northern Virginia Tea Party alleging that the group engaged in spreading “potentially harmful misinformation.” The company had previously blacklisted the Women for America First group when it organized its March for Trump.
The Post Millenial reports that the popular email mailing service Mailchimp has suspended the account of the Northern Virginia Tea Party, telling the group in an email that they were banned from Mailchimp’s service for spreading “potentially harmful misinformation.”
A tweet about the blacklisting from journalist Luke Rosiak including the email that the Northern Virginia Tea party received can be seen below:
Mailchimp, a common email delivery service, has refused to provide service to the Northern Virginia Tea Party, citing that it violates their terms of agreement about “potential… misinformation.” It had attempted to notify members about a recount rally. pic.twitter.com/o156shaKq9
— Luke Rosiak