Skip to comments.Twitter Censors US President Trump Again After He Questions Election Integrity!
Posted on 10/27/2020 10:39:23 AM PDT by Enlightened1
This is criminal action by Twitter.
It is electioneering.
The social media giant again today censored President Trump’s account after he questioned mail-in voting integrity.
There have been dozens of studies that prove mail-in voting is not as secure as in person voting.
There is a reason that Democrats and the fake news media supports it.
There is also a reason why even the most populous countries require voter ID and in person voting.
But it’s even worse this time.
Twitter now displays a warning label over the tweet, warning users that “some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about how to participate in an election or another civic process.”
The platform has gone a step further than the previous times it censored the President, on this occasion preventing users from retweeting it directly, instead forcing them to “quote tweet” it by adding their own message — and only after making users click through three screens in the process. The removal of direct retweets during the election period is an attempt to add “friction” to the user experience, a way to slow down virality.
But the tech giants are determined to control this election and what can be reported.
And the cowardly Republicans in Congress do nothing.
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...
The left has been questioning the integrity of both the 2016 and 2020 elections, saying - without evidence - that Trump is suppressing votes or trying to “steal” the election in some way or another. NONE of the people making those claims are ever censored.
Well, let’s just have our new and improved SCOTUS take a look at voter issues in the USA....
LOL, dear liberals...”elections have consequences”!
Twatter and Fakebook are basically the enforcers of the information policy of the Deep State.
User Clip: Jerry Nadler, 2004: “Paper Ballots Are Extremely Susceptible to Fraud”
Jerry Nadler objected to the use of paper ballots as Democrats mulled over the claim that fraud in Ohio cost them the 2004 election.
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