Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) strongly criticized the fact that Twitter removed a video he shared about a registered Democrat who questioned corruption at the Philadelphia convention center.

“Now Twitter is censoring the video that I sent to. …. @jack Does anyone dispute that Philly is keeping ballot observers away, contrary to law?” the senator wrote in a tweet.

The video in question that was removed by the popular social network shows Brian McCafferty, a Democratic prosecutor appointed to observe the vote count who questions the anomalies that took place during Philadelphia’s voting day.

McCafferty claims that they were not allowed to be within 30 or 100 feet of each other in order to monitor the vote count.

“This is a coup against the President of the United States … I can’t believe what I’m seeing right before my eyes. This has nothing to do with Biden or Trump—this has to do with our democracy … there is corruption at the highest level,” said McCafferty.

Social networks have taken a proactive role in censorship in the face of growing evidence of voter fraud across the United States.

Facebook, for example, banned the hashtags #StopTheSteal and #Sharpiegate to prevent the dissemination of information about two election fraud cases openly reported by different networks and witnesses, as well as by the Trump administration.

Twitter also recently censored two messages posted on @realDonaldTrump’s account marking them as misleading.

“All of the recent Biden claimed States will be legally challenged by us for Voter Fraud and State Election Fraud. Plenty of proof—just check out the Media. WE WILL WIN! America First!” wrote the president.

“STOP THE FRAUD,” reads a second tweet from Trump labeled “misleading.”

Last month Cruz referred to Big Tech Twitter and Facebook as the “Silicon Valley oligarchs” and called on Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify before the Senate.

On Oct. 23, Cruz released a video denouncing the influence that Big Tech has had on the current presidential vote. “We have seen Big Tech, Twitter and Facebook actively interfering in this election in a way that has no precedent in the history of our country,” he said.

On Wednesday, Oct. 28, a Senate hearing was held in which Facebook CEO Mark Zuckenberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai were called to testify.

The call, which was coordinated by Cruz, was prompted by the New York Post’s censorship of compromising stories about Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s shady dealings with foreign companies to enrich themselves during the Obama administration.