Twitter unleashes biased left-wing “fact checkers” in effort to crush free speech of President Trump


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(Natural News) If you believe that going into a voting booth is preferable to mailing in a paper ballot because it minimizes the risk of voter fraud, then you are a conspiracy theorist who believes — and is probably spreading — misinformation. This is the perspective of Twitter, which recently launched a new “fact-checking” tool that systematically “debunks” differing opinions as “false.”

The world got to witness this first-hand with Twitter’s recent “fact check” of a tweet by President Trump that called into question the legitimacy of mail-in voting. Even though Democrats like Jerry Nadler have done the exact same thing in the past, the moment Trump dared to bring the issue to light, Twitter jumped at the opportunity to censor him.

“There is NO WAY (ZERO!) that Mail-In Ballots will be anything less than substantially fraudulent,” the president tweeted. “Mail boxes will be robbed, ballots will be forged & even illegally printed out & fraudulently signed.”

“The Governor of California is sending Ballots to millions of people, anyone living in the state, no matter who they are or how they got there, will get one,” Trump added. “That will be followed up with professionals telling all of these people, many of whom have never even thought of voting before, how, and for whom, to vote. This will be a Rigged Election. No way!”

Be sure to listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, unpacks how Trump can effectively defeat Big Tech and its techno-tyranny agenda:

Truth is now prohibited on Twitter

Anyone who accesses this tweet by Trump is immediately met with a bolded hyperlink bearing the words, “get the facts about mail-in ballots.” After clicking it, users are then shown a list of other links and articles from CNN and The Washington Post explaining how Trump is “wrong” about mail-in voting.

This represents the first time that Twitter has branded one of Trump’s tweets with a “fact-check” suggesting inaccuracies, and it is why Trump has since promised to reign in Big Tech if it fails to comply with free speech and the First Amendment.

While we had hoped that Trump would have taken notice years ago when all of this really started to escalate, it appears as though it had to get personal before he decided to take action. Even so, as long as something gets done now it is a better late than never type of situation where everyone will still benefit.

Amazingly, the “fact-check” article from CNN that Twitter links to from Trump’s tweet is an opinion piece that says mail-in voting will “very rarely lead to voter fraud.” This defies the claim made by Nadler back in 2004, that mail-in voting is wrought with fraud.

This CNN editorial also claims that Trump’s claims are “unsubstantiated,” even though so-called “vote harvesting” and other criminal activity has repeatedly been uncovered in association with mail-in ballots.

“Democrats and the mainstream media always scoff at claims of voter fraud, but then completely ignore evidence from across the country,” says Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale. “The obvious reason is that Democrats are just fine with the possibility of voter fraud. And many in the media just see the world their way.”

Because Democrats know that Trump is absolutely favored over Sleepy Joe, they are pushing vote-by-mail as the “solution,” using the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) as an excuse. But many Americans can see right through the charade and are fighting back, including the president himself.

To keep up with the latest news about escalating Big Tech censorship in the lead-up to the 2020 election, be sure to check out Censorship.news.

Sources for this article include:

Breitbart.com

NaturalNews.com


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