As evidence of voter fraud increases across the country, social networks are focusing on censoring information about it. Even on FridayNov. 6, Facebook blocked the hashtag #StopTheSteal through which thousands of users were sharing many fraud allegations that legacy media does not want to show.

According to Fox News, Facebook has recently blocked the hashtags #StopTheSteal and #Sharpiegate to prevent the spread of information regarding election fraud openly reported by the Trump administration and hundreds of witnesses.

Both censored hashtags were being used to share messages and evidence that proves numerous cases of voter fraud in various locations. 

Certainly the hashtags succeeded in going viral the allegations that the Democrats are trying to steal the election from the Republicans. The #SharpieGate sought to go viral with the message that Arizona election officials were handing out Sharpie markers to voters to sign their ballots in an attempt to invalidate the votes, with the understanding that the indelible markers would be detected by the tabulation machines and would automatically invalidate the ballot.

At the same time, according to President Trump’s official account, Twitter has flagged at least 12 posts since Election Day with a label warning that the content of the message may contain “misleading” voting information. 

“Some or all of the content shared in this Tweet is disputed and might be misleading about an election or other civic process,” the Twitter message said.

President Trump and many of his supporters have been posting statements about election fraud with various mechanisms and in different locations. Most were reported in Georgia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina, where they are still counting votes. 

Most tweets share the position that in these places ballots cast after Election Day are being illegally counted, and they are refusing to allow Republican election observers to be close enough to monitor the proceedings.

One of the tweets posted on Twitter, published Thursday afternoon, stated, “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!”

Another tweet from President Trump marked as misleading simply says, “STOP THE FRAUD!”

President Trump criticized the popular platform, where he has 88.4 million followers, saying it is simply “out of control.”