Twitter blocks Steven Crowder for exposing non-existent voter addresses
A recent video by a political commentator sparked the ire of Democrats, whose victory in the presidential election was once again in doubt. And since the video went viral in a matter of hours, the liberal social network Twitter began to block retweets and the source itself.
Crowder tried to cover his back by not intending to expose massive electoral fraud, but simply by visiting voter addresses that were publicly available on government websites.
“No, this is not yet another video “claiming election fraud”. This is a video in which, I PHYSICALLY VISITED AND SHOWED ON CAMERA (WITH A COPY OF THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPER) voting addresses from this 2020 election, which in fact DO NOT exist,” Crowder said. “I then PHYSICALLY VISITED THE ADDRESS WITH A COPY OF THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPER, proving that it, in fact is actually just an empty lot, a construction site, a median under an overpass etc.”
In fact, in order for any public figure to be censored and cut off from society, it is enough just to doubt that the elections were fair.