How culpable is Twitter in abetting corruption?

The silencing of conservatives by Twitter has extended to those seeking to audit the 2020 presidential election results, including the first of its kind in Maricopa County, Arizona.

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Reports first noted the banning on two accounts sharing information from the Arizona forensic audit, but accounts sharing information on audit intentions in other states were suspended by Twitter on Tuesday afternoon, according to multiple reports.

Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers tweeted the news and warned followers she might be a future victim of Big Tech censorship:

“BREAKING: Twitter just suspended the Arizona Audit account as well as the Audit War Room account. Follow me on Telegram and Gab for when I am booted. I will be next. https://t.me/wendyrogersaz https://gab.com/wendyrogersaz

The two accounts banned by Twitter, Maricopa Arizona Audit (@ArizonaAudit) and Audit War Room (@AuditWarRoom) read:

“Account suspended: Twitter suspends accounts that violate the Twitter Rules.”

The accounts included those designed to inform on the GeorgiaWisconsinNevada, and Pennsylvania audits, too. Those are the states that decided the election for President Joe Biden and the bans come on the day House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 Select Committee began hearing from anti-Trump law enforcement officers who were beaten during the storming of the Capitol.

One Twitter user noted Project Veritas was also been banned in February.

Chandler Crump tweeted:

“Twitter banned Project Veritas, now they have banned the Arizona Audit accounts Why are they ERASING those who expose FRAUD?”