In their ongoing battle against “disinformation” about the 2020 Presidential Election, Twitter has temporarily suspended conservative comedian and commentator Steven Crowder for a post that concretely evidenced multiple accounts of voter fraud, shutting down his post from being “replied to, retweeted, or liked due to risk of violence.”
The segment detailed numerous addresses that recorded a vote in the 2020 Election without a proper residence located at that address, instead being an empty lot or a construction site despite somebody voting who marked that address down as theirs. Traveling to these locations with a newspaper of that day, proof of voter fraud does not get any clearer
“Okay, Big Tech wants to play?” Crowder posted Tuesday before the stream. “Today I present dozens of non-existent voter addresses that I’ve verified MYSELF. From Michigan to Nevada. Empty lots etc. I’ll include pictures and a current newspaper as confirmation. It goes down today.”
“DOZENS of voter names, addresses, and pictures proving they don’t exist. Period,” he said in a follow-up post.
Contradictory to the clear evidence of fraud, Twitter tagged the post with a warning, stating “this claim of election fraud is disputed, and this Tweet can’t be replied to, retweeted, or liked due to risk of violence.” When clicked on, the warning message makes no direct refute to Crowder’s post, rather a broad and soulless denial of voter fraud in the 2020 Election.
“According to former attorney general William Barr, the Department of Justice found no evidence of “fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election.” Election officials at the Department of Homeland Security said “the November 3rd election was the most secure in American history.” Voter fraud of any type is incredibly rare, reported The Associated Press and Reuters. Officials and experts warned ahead of Election Day that most interference in US elections comes in the form of misinformation campaigns, many of which are intended to create distrust in America’s electoral process.“
Shortly after the warning, Crowder announced on Wednesday that Twitter temporarily suspended his account, promising to “Fight like hell” in a follow-up post.
“If Twitter can ban evidence verifiable beyond any shadow of a doubt… then do they have any limitations at all? #FreeCrowder,” another follow-up post from Crowder questioned.
It goes without saying Twitter’s censorship powers have extended well into terrifying territory yet somehow have reached a new level after the suspension of Crowder. Faceless, unelected fact-checkers in Silicon Valley now demand that you deny your own eyes, gaslighting users into rejecting plain evidence. They are attempting to claim your eyes are lying to you and manipulate reality. That is a power no bureaucracy, organization, corporation, or government agency should ever have.