Election fraud has been a big theme in recent months.
One of the key swing states featured has been Georgia.
Twitter doesn’t like the fact that people are working to expose potential fraud in the state.
They just restricted one account in particular.
Twitter has “temporarily restricted” the account of VoterGA, run by Garland Favorito. VoterGA has risen to national prominence for finding thousands of alleged fraudulent Biden votes in Georgia, and providing photo evidence of falsified voter tally sheets. Soon after, VoterGA declared that evidence indicates Georgia counties other than Fulton – the focal point of many credible allegations of voter fraud – may have also had fraudulent 2020 elections.National File
Twitter needs to stop censoring conservatives, or we need to leave that platform altogether and go to places like Gab instead.
This is something they’ve been doing for a while now, even before banning President Trump.
Twitter’s new strategy of “temporarily” restricting accounts began during the 2020 election, when many accounts that that have now been permanently banned from the big tech platform were first “temporarily restricted” for unclear reasons. Twitter forces users to opt-in to viewing the account’s tweets, with a message that informs them “Caution: This account is temporarily restricted” and “You’re seeing this because there has been some unusual activity from this account. Do you still want to view it?”National File
These rules probably came into effect so that conservatives can’t speak the truth.
Now why would Twitter not want them to do that?
Maybe it’s because there are lies involved in the official election narrative…
We reported on some suspicious goings-on in Georgia recently, which were revealed by VoterGA.
Did Twitter turn up the pressure against VoterGA because of what they exposed?