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Navy Esports Team Bans Twitch Users Asking About War Crimes

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The Navy Esports Team is following suit with the US Army Esports team, and appears to be violating the first amendment in the process, according to VICE.

The esports teams of the United States Military and Armed Forces seem to be only geared and used for recruiting purposes, but seem to be going about it in the worst way possible. From fake giveaways to toxic responses to chat conversations, it isn’t working the way that they may have envisioned.

“I’m trying to see how each branch handles this,” Jordan Uhl said, according to VICE. “The chat was already flooded with people asking about military misconduct,” he said. “I chimed in a couple of times, framing my comments carefully about how I’m using my freedom speech to ask about the predatory military recruitment process. I eventually got banned.”

Take a look at his tweets with some clips below:

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