Since the 1st Amendment is not involved, I don't think he has a right to be heard on all platforms. Without Twitter, he would never have been elected (as he admits). Without Twitter, there very well never have been a Jan. 6...
When someone tries to destroy the town they don't deserve access to the town square. They shouldn't be given access to the town square, especially since they've never given up on destroying it.
I'm all for promoting ideals and ideas like "free speech" (although free speech has zero to do with it). I'm all for communication that is respectful, mutual, and productive.
That said, prudence and pragmatism dictate that at times one has to abandon ideals/ideas for what is good. Ideologues are sometimes blinded by their ideology and to their own and others' detriment.
Communication that is one sided and done by a bully hell bent on making everyone subservient and geared toward fomenting violence to place them in power is not productive in any way whatsoever. It is counterproductive and destructive - and we are literally talking about destroying our society.
And some seem OK with that, for..ideals?
I'll never understand it.
Everything has a limit. If a failed coup doesn't drive it home I don't think anything will.