Why did you de-activate my blog, and how can I recover the content?

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    My blog has been deleted with zero feedback. I want to know why, and access to my old content so I can move it to a site that will leave me alone. I work for examiner.com and intend to write an article on this exposing your biased, unfair attacks on blogs you don’t like, unless you give me a SPECIFIC reason and a way to fix it, or at least access to all the posts I’ve made. I tried to create another blog to import the posts to there and then take them elsewhere, but I can’t create another blog either. I have no idea how to proceed and will keep contacting you until you resolve this.

    The blog I need help with is enemiesoftheconstitution.wordpress.com.



    We volunteers answering support questions here can’t help you. You have a warning notice with a link — please click that link as it works at all times (even when the regular contact form is closed). There’s also a contact form you can use to reach them at the bottom of this page http://en.support.wordpress.com/suspended-blogs/

    If you have already contacted Staff, the Terms of Service department certainly received your request. Please be patient as they’ll be getting back to you as soon as they can.

    Mistakes can be made but as a policy, we are asked to refrain from discussing Terms of Service issues on these public forums.

    Reference links:
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    @ spartacus2019
    Your site is up and live, not deleted. Apparently the issue has been resolved?

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