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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, you don't have grounds to sue Disqus for violating your First Amendment rights. The First Amendment only protects you against government infringement upon your speech. So if a government actor/agent tries to unlawfully interfere with your right to speak, then you may have a civil rights action against them. However, Disqus is a private company and is not bound by the First Amendment. They do not have to give you a forum to speak and they can ban you for any reason whatsoever because it is a private company. So you would not have grounds to sue a private company for a First Amendment violation because the Constitution does not apply to their actions at all. Sorry I can't give you better news.