Twitter, on Wednesday, Nov. 25, suspended the personal account of Pennsylvania Sen. Doug Mastriano (R-33) after he organized and chaired the Senate hearing in Gettysburg on the 2020 election issues and voting irregularities in the state.
His Senate acct is here: @SenMastriano
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 26, 2020
During the hearing, many individuals testified that they witnessed thousands of ballots being counted without observers because they were stopped from getting involved in the counting process.
One witness said he observed dozens of USB cards being uploaded to voting machines, which resulted in 50,000 votes for Democratic candidate Joe Biden. In contrast, others said they were threatened for coming forward with their concerns of voter fraud.
President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudi Giuliani also pointed to a discrepancy of around 700,000 ballots between the number of mail-in ballots sent out and the received mail-in ballots.
“You have two major gaps—you have the 672,770 votes that were not inspected by anyone secretly put into the ballot box, and then you have this gap that I don’t understand between the mail-in ballots. You’ve sent out 1.8 million—and the number you counted—2.5 million!” said Giuliani.
“That’s totally impossible to explain other than what some of the other witnesses were suggesting that they were basically stuffing the ballot box. I believe what happened was that they never expected to be behind by 700,000 or 800,000 votes on election night.
“They expected to be behind by a couple hundred thousand—in Philadelphia to steal a couple hundred thousand votes. They do it every year; that’s not going to be tough. Now you have a real big problem, so you had to create mail-in ballots, you had to stretch it out for a while…” he added.
After the hearing, Mastriano, a retired colonel of the United States Army and a Desert Storm combat veteran who served as director of NATO’s Joint Intelligence Center in Afghanistan, was frustrated with what happened in his state’s presidential election.
“We can send—50 years ago—men to the moon, but we can’t have a safe, secure election in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania? What’s going on here?” he said. “It’s gotta be by design because we have the technology … we have stealth aircraft that are the envy of the world, but we can’t run an election better than Afghanistan?”
On Wednesday, Twitter removed over 100,000 followers from President Trump’s account as his legal team advances their effort to present evidence of voter fraud.
— Joel Fischer (@JFNYC1) November 26, 2020
In related news, a Pennsylvania judge ordered a halt to the state’s election results’ official certification pending a hearing on the evidence of election irregularities.