Twitter has suspended several accounts fixated on ballot audits in the states of Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin on the same day that that Congress commences partisan Democrat-led cull committee hearings on the events of January 6th.
The suspensions occurred on the same day, and affected the accounts of @ArizonaAudit, @Audit_PA, @AuditGeorgia, @AuditNevada, @AuditWisconsin, and @AuditWarRoom. Twitter has yet to offer a public explication for the suspension of the accounts, and has yet to respond to Breitbart News’ request for comment.
The Republican head of the Wisconsin Assembly elections committee said Monday she will ensure there is a “comprehensive, forensic examination” of ballots cast in the 2020 Presidential Election at the same time the state’s nonpartisan audit bureau conducts a review.
The broadened investigation comes amid pressure from former President Donald Trump and other national Republicans to take a closer look in Wisconsin, a state President Joe Biden won by just over 20,000 votes.
It withal came a day after Rep. Anthony Sabatini, a Florida state representative and Republican candidate for Congress, called for an Election audit in Florida’s five most sizably voluminous counties, citing an “all-time low” of voter confidence in the integrity of American elections.
Posting on “Twitter,” Arizona state senator Wendy Rogers admonished that Twitter would target her next, and urged her adherents to find her on alternative, free verbalization-amicable platforms like Gab and Telegram.
BREAKING: Twitter just suspended the Arizona Audit account as well as the Audit War Room account. Follow me on Telegram and Gab for when I am booted. I will be next.https://t.co/thUZA6fK63https://t.co/VWNmppA4nS pic.twitter.com/DA6IcyRONG“Twitter just suspended the Arizona Audit account as well as the Audit War Room account,” verbally expressed Rogers. “Follow me on Telegram and Gab for when I am booted. I will be next.”
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 27, 2021
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