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On Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to express his disdain with absentee voting, something more states are considering in the midst of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

Trump echoed Republicans’ concerns about potential voter fraud.

Roughly 10 hours later Twitter fact-checked the tweet.

The page allows users to scroll through where they can read additional news articles and tweets, primarily from left-wing news sources, who are deemed “experts.”

Here are just a few:

Apparently if the Washington Post or CNN says absentee voting doesn’t have fraud, then it’s fact. Twitter must not have heard Alabama’s Secretary of State say – on CNN – that fraud has taken place in their state.

UPDATE

President Trump responded to Twitter’s decision, saying the social media giant is now interfering in American elections.

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10 Comments
  • Intellectual Impaler says:

    FEC should weigh in with One Voice. One Vote. Mandate voter photo ID, purge rolls of voters who haven’t lived in state the last 18 months or died, Verify any absentee ballot to poll rolls to make sure its only one vote.

  • Melody Hankins says:

    Liberals have drank the Koolaid and are lining up to be slaughtered by their own party.
    Very Sad.
    Like Pres. Trump said – “In reality they aren’t after me -They’re after you, I’m just in the way”. He is trying to protect American people – including the clueless liberals.

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