You’ve got to be kidding.
Big tech isn’t even trying to hide it anymore.
They appear to be openly censoring anyone who doesn’t agree with their pre-determined narrative!
Retired Col. Phil Waldron is a cybersecurity expert.
He testified during the hearing in Arizona.
According to Waldron:
If there’s software, it can be corrupted, it can be manipulated with a device as small as simple as a USB device, which these machines are booted up and run off of.
So how effective was Waldron’s testimony?
Immediately after his testimony, Waldron was BANNED from Twitter.
He didn’t utter any lies.
He didn’t promote any falsehoods.
And he has a record of service for our country.
So why would Twitter ban him?
Is it because they didn’t like the effectiveness of his testimony?
Well, at WeLoveTrump, we are NOT going to censor expert testimonies.
We encourage you to watch his compelling testimony for yourself below!
The Arizona hearing went on for hours.
There were memorable testimonies throughout the entire hearing.
But Waldron’s was among the most effective.
According to AZ Central:
Retired Army Col. Phil Waldron served as a key “witness” for Giuliani and lawmakers at the meeting. He served a similar role for the Trump campaign’s efforts to challenge the election results in Pennsylvania.
Waldron said he is an “information warfare officer” and an expert on “how to get in and corrupt these machines to conduct strategic influence operations.”
Waldron said voting machines are “vulnerable everywhere.”
“If there’s software, it can be corrupted, it can be manipulated with a device as small as simple as a USB device, which these machines are booted up and run off of,” he said, offering no evidence that occurred in Arizona.
Waldron also claimed Arizona voting machines were connected to the internet while they were being used, which is inaccurate, and suggested equipment could bemanipulated to pick winners.
He presented an anonymous email purportedly from a Pima County resident regarding a plan by Democrats to “embed votes” in an equal distribution across counties, which he said could be dismissed as a minor error if the plan was detected.
Another person who acted as a “witness” for lawmakers was Oro Valley resident Anna Orth, who volunteered as a poll observer and poll worker this year.
Among her concerns was that not enough Republicans served as observers at the precinct where she worked. She also had concerns that the box of ballots was not guarded by a police officer when she dropped off her own ballot.
She said she asked the poll worker that day who would ensure nobody stole the box containing her ballot, and the workers said they would. She was concerned because the woman appeared to be about 85 years old, Orth said.
“She looked fragile. I don’t know how that could be protected,” Orth said. “It did make it in because when I checked my ballot, it was counted. But another question is, how do we know who we voted for … . I don’t know if my ballot actually has the people that I voted for.”
Late in the day, another woman was discussing her experience at the polls when Giuliani interrupted her to allow President Trump to address the room through a phone call.
“This is the greatest scam ever perpetrated upon our country,” Trump said before criticizing Ducey for certifying the election results and praising the lawmakers conducting the meeting.
“They are becoming legend for taking this on,” Trump said.
Waldron couldn’t have posted anything on Twitter during the hearing.
After all, he was providing his testimony!
Therefore, it would have been impossible for him to break the Terms of Service during the hearing itself.
So… it makes the timing of his BAN from the platform very suspicious.
It didn’t just happen in Arizona.
Early in the week, Twitter banned Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano after the hearing on voter fraud as well!
Twitter eventually reinstated Mastiano’s account, claiming that it was an accident.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 30, 2020
Again, Jack Dorsey has testified under oath that political views play no role in policy enforcement.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 30, 2020
— Alexblx (@Alexblx) November 30, 2020
OANN confirms that Twitter had “accidentally” banned Mastriano after organizing the hearing:
Big Tech has continued to show bias towards Republicans and GOP lawmakers with social media platform Twitter recently banning Pennsylvania Sen. Doug Mastriano after he organized a Senate hearing on election integrity.
The ban came Wednesday after the Senate Majority Policy Committee convened with the goal of uncovering exactly what happened in the Keystone State.
“I mean, I don’t even know how this happened in America,” stated Mastriano. “We can send, 50 years ago, men to the moon, but we can’t have a safe secure election in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania? What’s going on here?”
The hearing included testimony from multiple witnesses who gave evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 elections with President Trump even delivering remarks via phone.
“Very sad to say it, this election was rigged and we can’t let that happen,” said the President. “We can’t let it happen for our country and this election has to be turned around, because we won Pennsylvania by a lot and we won all of these swing states by a lot.”
The President’s campaign has repeatedly fought to point out voting irregularities in the Keystone State. It has filed 16 suits that cited various instances of fraud, denial of access to Republican poll watchers, mail-in ballot issues and violation of equal protection clauses.
Mastriano slammed the hypocrisy of the left, stating Democrats were more concerned with upholding democracy on the other side of the world than they were in their own states.
The real question is why were these accounts banned in the first place?
And why was the timing always after or during the hearings.
No wonder big tech is quickly losing popularity!
COL Mastriano is easily one of the most highly-decorated and well-credentialed members of any state legislature
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 26, 2020