Big tech company Twitter has made its bias unambiguously clear by suspending not one, but two Twitter accounts of individuals who have been involved in matters relating to election integrity and voter fraud. Pennsylvania Republican state Senator Doug Mastriano was suspended from Twitter after organizing a hearing to investigate widespread allegations of voter fraud.
“We move heaven and earth with American dollars to secure elections in Iraq and Afghanistan and elsewhere. We can’t do it in our own state?” asked Mastriano. “There’s people in Pennsylvania not interested in safe, secure elections.” Mastriano’s account was then suspended, although Twitter would later say it was a mistake made in “error.”
Once Mastriano’s account was reenacted, he tweeted, “This censorship is unacceptable in America. A nation that I served for most of my adult life…The point of Twitter suspending this personal account is to prevent me from posting to my Senate account – to silence our voice.” A Twitter spokesperson said of the fiasco, “this account was mistakenly suspended for perceived violations of our impersonation policy. This was an error. We have immediately reversed the decision and the account has been reinstated.”
As chief creative officer at Turning Point USA Benny Johnson tweeted, “Again, Jack Dorsey has testified under oath that political views play no role in policy enforcement. What are the odds that BOTH @bobbypiton and @dougmastriano were involved in hearings and violated Twitter’s rules severely enough to be suspended in the same day?”
Bobby Piton is a mathematician who testified on Monday in Arizona at an election integrity hearing. Piton was suspended by Twitter the very same day. Biz Pac Review reports that “as the state certified its election results, Piton testified that the data he has collected county-by-county showed clear anomalies, as 95-99 percent of registered voters voted in key demographics. ‘Something is very wrong,’ he said.”
Team Trump tweeted a video of Piton’s testimony, during which he said, “I would have never ever have certified, I would rather resign than have certified those results…If I was an executive at a publicly traded company, I would never sign that because I risk jail time and having all my money taken from me in lawsuits.” Piton continued, “I believe [the numbers] are fraudulent based on the data…I’d be willing to put my life on it, I’m that sure about the analysis.”