Ted Cruz Torches Jack Dorsey After Twitter Censors Video Alleging Voting Corruption
Texas Senator slams platform for more censorship
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) reacted angrily after a video he shared of a registered Democrat challenging alleged corruption in the voting process at the Philadelphia Convention center was deleted by Twitter.
Cruz responded by calling out Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
The Texas senator, who blasted Dorsey during his testimony before the Senate last month, once again called out the Twitter CEO for the censorship.
“Now Twitter is censoring the video I forwarded…. @jack Does anyone dispute that Philly is keeping ballot observers away, contrary to law?” asked Sen. Cruz
"If not, why the Twitter “warning”?”
My name is Brian Mcafferty, I’m a registered Democrat in the city of Philadelphia. Today, I am at the Philadelphia convention center, and I am overseeing the ballot counters. I will let you know, the corruption going on here … they will not allow us within 30 to 100 feet to supervise the ballots being counted. This is a coup against the President of the United States of America, and I want to call out the Mayor of Philadelphia, James Kenney, the Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who tweeted that there’s no way Donald Trump can win the Presidency of the United States of America, and also district attorney Larry Krasner. I can’t believe what I’m seeing right before my eyes. This has nothing to do with Joe Biden or Donald Trump. This has to do with democracy, and I will tell you there is corruption at the highest level in the city of Philadelphia.
Registered Dem:— Cari Kelemen (@KelemenCari) November 5, 2020
"This is a coup against the President of the United States... I can't believe what I'm seeing right before my eyes. This has nothing to do with Biden or Trump- this has to do with our democracy...there is corruption as the highest level."https://t.co/ofaixmnlYh
In October, Cruz roasted Twitter Dorsey for censoring stories from the New York Post that exposed potential large-scale corruption involving Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.
Dorsey joined Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google's Sundar Pichai in testifying during a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on Big Tech censorship.
Sen. Cruz grilled Dorsey with a number of questions regarding Twitter’s decision to suspend the New York Post from its platform.
"Mr. Dorsey, who the hell elected you?" Cruz blasted as the Twitter boss squirmed.
"And put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report, and what the American people are allowed to hear…" Cruz continued.
"And why do you persist in behaving as a Democratic super PAC?”