Twitter Is Determined To Cover Up Georgia Voter Fraud, ‘Temporarily’ Restricts VoterGA Account

Is Twitter back to putting its thumb on the scale to help Joe Biden and the Democrats?

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Twitter has “temporarily restricted” the account of VoterGA, run by Garland Favorito. VoterGA has risen to national prominence for finding thousands of alleged fraudulent Biden votes in Georgia, and providing photo evidence of falsified voter tally sheets. Soon after, VoterGA declared that evidence indicates Georgia counties other than Fulton – the focal point of many credible allegations of voter fraud – may have also had fraudulent 2020 elections.

The news of the allegedly “temporary restriction” was first broken by the Election Wizard on Twitter. “Twitter restricts @VoterGa’s account for ‘some unusual activity,” noted the political news account. “Garland Favorito and #VoterGA are leading the fight to audit Fulton County’s mail-in ballots from the 2020 presidential election.”

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