Twitter banned Sen. Mastriano after he organized the bombshell Gettysburg, Pennsylvania hearing on Wednesday
The campaign Twitter account of Pennsylvania Senator Doug Mastriano, who organized Wednesday’s election integrity hearing, has been banned.
Senator Mastriano of Pennsylvania’s 33rd District, organized and chaired the hearing in the state’s Senate today on election integrity that featured an appearance by President Donald Trump.
Conservative commentator Jack Posobiec was the first to notice that Senator Mastriano’s campaign account had then been banned following the hearing. National File verified that the account @DougMastriano was that of the Senator’s. At the time of writing, there has been no reason given as to why the account was banned from Twitter.
During the hearing, Senator Mastriano had slammed the election chaos, which he said was completely by design. “We move heaven and earth with American dollars to secure elections in Iraq and Afghanistan and elsewhere. We can’t do it in our own state?” Mastriano said. “There’s people in Pennsylvania not interested in safe, secure elections.”
Many individuals also testified that they had witnessed what appeared to be severe irregularities with the election. As National File reported:
A GOP vote count observer named Justin Kweder presented a groundbreaking statement in which he alleged that hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots were counted without any proper oversight. He explained that it was impossible for observers to see what the workers were doing in any capacity, due to the fact that workers had erected a fence that they were forced to stand behind.
Ironically, Big Tech had also been called out during the hearing by Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York. Giuliani asserted that Big Tech companies like Twitter and Facebook have censored conservatives and supporters of President Trump because “it’s almost as if they’re afraid” that Americans will learn the facts.
National File has contacted Twitter to enquire as to why the Senator’s account has been banned. We will update this story with any response.