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Twitter All in for Biden, Suspends My Account

Gary McCoy, Shiloh, IL

It is now obvious that Joe Biden’s presidential ‘victory’ has entered the fabled realm of “settled science.” And in record time.

What took Global Warming a decade to achieve, Biden accomplished in less than a week.

The gloves are now officially off. Anyone who questions Biden’s ‘victory’ will be canceled. And the Kancel Kommissars have greatly expanded their reach. It’s not just the big fish. It’s any fish.

Kommissars landed me Wednesday morning and blocked my little Twitter account. (@ReluctantUser2 if you’re interested.)

That was followed by an email describing my offense as “posting or sharing privately produced/distributed intimate media of someone without their express consent.”

According to Big Twitter I was blocked for posting revenge porn. That’s a complete and utter lie. I can only assume it was because the Twits don’t have a violation for “Objecting to the Settled Science of Joe Biden’s Victory.”

After I appealed the Kancel Kommissars sent a reply with the violating tweet. The real insult was Twitter didn’t block me for something I wrote, it blocked me for retweeting a link written by someone else!

The link was to an article headlined: “Joe Biden’s votes violate Benford’s Law (Mathematics).” Benford’s Law, according to S. Stanley Young, “asserts that the number 1 should appear more frequently as the lead digit in a precinct voter count. The number 2 should be less frequent, etc. The distribution, with no fraud, should decline exponentially.”

The article reprints Young’s graph of the votes in Allegheny County, PA which indicate something fishy with Biden’s numbers, but also has two other instances where Biden’s numbers are completely Benford law–abiding.

In the meantime, I’m getting the NY Post treatment. I’ve appealed the false characterization of my tweet. That means my account is locked until the twits get around to adjudicating my case. Whenever that might be. If I don’t want to wait, I can delete the tweet and by doing so acknowledge I “posted privately produced/distributed intimate media.” That’s the same shuffle Twitter tried to force the NY Post to accept when its account was blocked for posting entirely factual stories on Hunter Biden’s laptop.

In other words, agree that you were wrong by deleting the tweet and you can have your account back. The NY Post didn’t bend the knee to Jack ‘No I’m Not Homeless’ Dorsey and I don’t intend to do so either.

Back in September I warned of this two–stage election. The first stage was Nov. 3rd. That’s when the left learned how many votes it would take in battleground states to guarantee a win for Gropey Joe. The second stage was the count where Trump’s Tuesday lead would miraculously disappear.

In 2016 Trump won Pennsylvania by 7 tenths of a percent. Michigan by 2 tenths of a percent. And Wisconsin by 8 tenths of a percent. In 2020 Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin have Democrat governors. In all three states the mayors of the three largest cities are all Democrat. That means the left controls the vote count machinery.

The BBC has thoughtfully provided us with a list of clues gained from elections in third–world countries to help observers spot election fraud. The list includes:

Unrealistic turnout figures, often in excess of 90 percent.

Unrealistic turnout in specific areas. (Say urban areas in battleground states.)

Large numbers of invalid votes. (Or tiny numbers of invalid votes.)

Delay in announcing votes. (Like when battleground urban areas simply stop counting.)

The Biden campaign is four for four.

A simple question, uncomplicated by statistics or Benford, why is the left adamantly in favor of a mail voting system that is so much more inefficient and slower than in–person voting?

Simple. In a vote–by–mail election it’s not who casts the votes that’s most important. It’s who counts the votes. And in too many battleground states the votes are going to be counted by the people who believe it’s morally unthinkable to allow another Trump win.

The clampdown on Biden–denial is part of the strategy. As RedState points out, “The left-wing pundit class [has] waved off these lawsuits as having no chance of success …this is all part of the same plan to convince Americans that Trump has lost the election, that a Biden Presidency is inevitable, and that the legal efforts underway are all part of an effort by Trump to remain in office — which is something the media began trying to condition the public to be suspicious of months before the election.”

It all adds up. Delayed vote counts until Trump areas report. Expelling GOP poll watchers. Rushed preemptive declarations of victory. Crushing dissent in the OpMedia and social media.

I just have to ask, here where Twitter can’t get to me. If the left isn’t up to no good, why is the left acting like they’re up to no good?

Michael R Shannon

Michael R. Shannon is a speaker and political commentator who has entertained audiences on four continents and a handful of islands. His dynamic, laugh–out–loud commentary on current events, politics, and culture has connected with audiences in a wide variety of settings including corporate meetings, association conferences, Christian fellowship, political gatherings, university seminars and award dinners. He is the author of "A Conservative Christian's Guidebook for Living in Secular Times (Now with Added Humor!)" available at: http://tinyurl.com/lcqs87c

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2 Comments

  1. It seems to me that if half the people who use twitter were to cancel their membership and move to another carrier that most of those left and unwilling to give up twitter, for whatever reason, would at least join the other service if only to be able to keep yelling at those they wish to harass. This, then, would shift the power, would it not? It would be the same I think, if they all avoided google and their subsidiaries whenever possible. And then, who knows, maybe some folks would start to get the message that it’s not profitable to attempt oppressing the thoughts of a free society.

  2. Sorry but I have to say this. Although the message sent by the cartoon gives the essence of what is going on it would be more accurate if it could show what the Press is really doing but I understand the difficulty of making it acceptable. The Press is actually sniffing considerably lower, if you know what I mean.

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