“We have sworn affidavits of people who have seen not only voter intimidation but these election officials telling them to count ballots in a different way that is against the law.” – @JennaEllisEsq pic.twitter.com/UGn2ofbNsU
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) November 21, 2020
That brought up some questions, starting with this one:
I find it amazing @Twitter can dispute an allegation in an affidavit they haven’t even seen. This is how you lose total credibility. pic.twitter.com/mEyzg5Hgfm
— Stacey – 1776 & MLK (@ScotsFyre) November 21, 2020
By that standard any tweet about what somebody said they have in their possession could get tagged as “disputed” — any tweet from a Republican, that is.
@Twitter What do you mean it’s disputed? She said it’s in affidavits. https://t.co/rcg9Di7ZX8
— Politics4US (@politics4_us) November 21, 2020
Is Twitter just assuming Ellis might not be telling the truth?
P.s. Dear @Twitter – this claim is not disputed until you produce evidence & signed affidavits by witnesses disputing it & willing to swear to it under penalty of perjury. Until then your spreading false information.
— AvngingAngel (@AvngingAngel) November 21, 2020
Disputed by who? Hipster twitter? https://t.co/ipsS3zfAad
— Jozef (@Jozef60642804) November 21, 2020
Too bad there wasn’t a “claim is disputed” tag back when Democrats were going nuts with the “Russia collusion” allegation — not that Twitter would have used it.
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