Dec 23, 2013 11:40 AM
iStandWithPhil.com can no longer appear in tweets while the block is in place. The site's owners, the Faith Driven Consumer organization, have complained about Twitter's choice to limit their access to social media. "This marks at least the third major shutdown of a pro-Phil Robertson social media account since the story broke days ago," a statement from the group claims. Faith Driven Consumer further claim they had no indication of Twitter's explanation for the blocking and that the website did not host any malicious software, according to a report by The Hollywood Reporter.
What is on the website? That would be a petition asking A&E to reinstate Robertson on "Duck Dynasty." Thanks to sharing via sites like Twitter, Faith Driven Consumer collected almost 200,000 signatures in just a few days.