Twitter Says It Banned Election Audit Accounts for ‘Spam’

Twitter Says It Banned Election Audit Accounts for ‘Spam’

July 30, 2021

A spokeswoman for Twitter declared Wednesday that claiming that the reason the leftwing propaganda platform posing as a social media giant banned six accounts dedicated to the audit of 2020 election ballots in Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Nevada and Pennsylvania is because the accounts were “spamming” the platform.

The bans on @ArizonaAudit, @Audit_PA, @AuditGeorgia, @AuditNevada, @AuditWisconsin, and @AuditWarRoom came on the same day Congress began its partisan, Democrat-led Jan 6th investigation, a day after PayPal announced it would work with law enforcement to monitor “extremists,” and a day after an online counter-terrorism organization of which Twitter is a member announced it would shift its focus from Islamic extremism to the “far right.”

The company claimed the accounts were “permanently suspended for violating the Twitter rules on platform manipulation and spam.” Twitter’s rules prohibit operating multiple accounts with overlapping use cases, such as identical or similar personas or substantially similar content.

The spokeswoman did not explain how the election audit accounts, each of which focused on individual states, were “substantially similar” or “overlapping.” Of course she didn’t explain, because that would have exposed that these accounts were politically targeted.

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