Twitter CENSORS Army Veteran Who Flipped The Lid On VOTER FRAUD

By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

One of the senators who was involved in the voter fraud hearings in Pennsylvania was just censored by Twitter for 24 hours. Retired Army Colonel Doug Mastriano woke up to find his personal Twitter account was suspended after he tweeted about the Pennsylvania Voter Fraud Hearing he called. 

After his Twitter account was uncensored due to what Twitter called an "error" over improper moderation due to impersonation guidelines, State Senator Mastriano 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." 

State Senator Mastriano was the head Pennsylvania State Senator who called the voter fraud hearings due to widespread voter fraud reports in his state. The reason he called the hearings in the first place was because he claimed thousands of Pennsylvanians told him they had either witnessed or experienced voter fraud:

Over the past few weeks, I have heard from thousands of Pennsylvanians regarding issues experienced at the polls, irregularities with the mail-in voting system and concerns whether their vote was counted. We need to correct these issues to restore faith in our republic.

The hearings were joined by Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and were conducted by other Pennsylvania Senators along with Mastriano at a hotel in Gettysburg, PA. One of the Senators is the new State Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward, also, Reps. Dan Moul, Rob Kauffman, David Argall, and Paul Schemel were also heading the hearings.

Argall is known for arguing the hearing needed to be called to prevent rampant voter fraud in future elections, stating, "We want assurance that the issues encountered during this past election don’t happen again."


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