Here We Go Again: Sidney Powell's Site Gets Censored by Twitter After She Drops Big Election Lawsuits

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Sidney Powell filed lawsuits in both Michigan and Georgia on Wednesday night alleging multiple constitutional violations and seeking to have the elections decertified.

But people soon noticed something funny when they tried to share the link to her suits on her website on Twitter. As the Epoch Times reported, such efforts were flagged with “Something went wrong, but don’t fret—let’s give it another shot” and another message warning of an unsafe link if you went to the site, “We can’t complete this request because this link has been identified by Twitter or our partners as being potentially harmful. Visit our Help Center to learn more.” It doesn’t explain what is harmful or explain what the “partners” are.

Some tried to share the link while adding a “dot org” in order to get around the flagging.

As we reported, Twitter also suspended the personal account of Pennsylvania state senator Doug Mastriano (R-York) after he organized an election integrity hearing with explosive testimony from people alleging fraud and irregularities. His senate account is still active.

Twitter later admitted they had “mistakenly” placed the site in their “unsafe links” category according to Fox Business and claimed they have now removed the flagging. Twitter says it blocks links to malicious sites or to spam that could “mislead” people or “disrupt their experience.” However, it still appears to be censoring the site when you click on the link as this post shows if you do.

Funny how that “mistake” seems to keep happening, all on one side.

While the flagging appears to now be lifted off Powell’s website, Mastriano’s personal account is still suspended, likely because it hasn’t gotten as much attention as the Powell flagging so Twitter hasn’t felt the need to lift it.

These are just the most recent examples of censorship that big tech seems to be exacting against conservative voices and the sharing of any issues with the election.

CEO Jack Dorsey admitted during testimony earlier this month that Twitter had labeled hundreds of thousands of tweets pertaining to the election and they have flagged dozens of the president’s tweets.

They deliberately tried to reduce the spread of the New York Post’s bombshell story on the Biden pay for play scandal just before the election. Surveys have shown since that had people who voted for Joe Biden known that, a significant number of them would not have voted for Biden, one of the many ways that big tech interfered in the race to the benefit of Biden.