Twitter suspended varied 2020 election audit accounts on Tuesday for “violating the Twitter Rules.”
The Maricopa County audit account, Audit War Room, and accounts for audits going down in Wisconsin, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia have all been suspended, exhibiting a message stating “Account suspended” and “Twitter suspends accounts that violate the Twitter Rules” when making an attempt to entry them.
“JUST IN – Twitter has just suspended the official Arizona Audit and Audit War Room accounts,” Disclose.television tweeted with screenshots of the suspended accounts.
The Maricopa County Audit account had over 100,000 followers and would submit updates on the development of the forensic audit authorised by the Arizona Senate.
Democrats and Maricopa’s executives have attacked the audit as partisan and meant to sow mistrust amongst voters within the election course of. Republicans argue the audit is critical to instill belief within the election course of after varied points with mail-in-ballots have been found.
“Canvassing is necessary. It is the one way to know if the problems are real problems or just clerical mistakes. There are ~ 74,000 ballots that came back but there is no indication that they were ever sent out by the county! From #FOIA shows logs don’t match!” Dr. Kelli Ward tweeted earlier this month.
The suspension of election audit accounts comes weeks after former President Donald Trump filed a class-action lawsuit in opposition to Google-owned Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter for banning his social media accounts. Republicans argue the large tech corporations are censoring conservative viewpoints on their platforms.
On Monday, Arizona Senate President Karen Fann and Arizona Senate Judiciary Chairman Warren Petersen issued a brand new subpoena for the Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors to show over poll envelope photographs, voter data, and routers or router photographs. The deadline for turning over the requested objects is August 2.