Twitter Censors Trump Tweet About Pa. Voting; Liberal State Atty. Gen. Gets a Free Pass

Post 'is disputed and might be misleading'...

Just one day before the election, Twitter placed a warning label on President Donald Trump’s tweet blasting the Supreme Court for ruling against a challenge to Pennsylvania’s vote-counting rules.

Twitter limited the view of Trump’s tweet, stating that “some or all of the content” in the message “is disputed and might be misleading.”

Users can now only see the tweet if they click on the warning.

A Twitter spokesperson said the company decided to place the warning for “making a potentially misleading claim about an election,” in line with the company’s “integrity” policy.

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“We will significantly restrict engagements on this Tweet,” the spokesperson added.

Twitter did not, however, restrict a tweet sent by Pennsylvania state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, in which he threatened to use the state’s courts against Trump should the president win the state.

Shapiro also suggested last week that the race between Biden and Trump was already set in stone, which technically violates Twitter’s rules for misinformation since it could potentially suppress votes:

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