Twitter Shuts Down Gateway Pundit over Release of Detroit Voting Irregularities
Feb. 7 , 2021 (EIRNS)—Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reported Sunday that Twitter had shut down their account on Feb. 6 after their release on Feb. 5 of video provided by TCF Center (the former Cobo Hall), where Detroit vote counting was based, confirming affidavits claiming thousands of ballots were delivered many hours after the legal close of ballot delivery, right at the moment Biden’s vote count leaped by 100,000 after 3:30 a.m. EST on Nov. 4. The Twitter note read: “Account suspended—Twitter suspends accounts that violate Twitter Rules.”
Apparently, releasing official videos taken by the city government breaks the “Twitter Rules.”
Hoft tweeted just before the shutdown: “Just an FYI—The fake news media and others challenging our TCF Center video report from Friday. That was a bad move. We have much more coming!”
Christopher Thomas, the former Michigan Director of Elections, had claimed in a lawsuit: “No absentee ballots received after the deadline of 8 p.m. on November 3, 2020, were received by or processed at the TCF Center. Only ballots received by the deadline were processed.” The Detroit Free Press claims that the 8:00 p.m. deadline was for depositing ballots in drop boxes, and that no ballots were collected from the boxes after 8 p.m., and that the ballots were certified (where?) before being delivered to the TCF Center for counting. There is no effort to account for the chain of custody of this process, and clearly no Republican Party observers were present for any part of this claimed process.