Grenell: Twitter Locked My Account Because I Posted Ballots That Were Sent to Dead Individuals

‘If we’re going to have community standard policing from some of these tech companies, they need to go after the source’

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GRENELL: “On the Twitter lockout, it's — I happened to get the notice that I was locked out of Twitter, and I was talking to the President. And I told him. I told him, 'Mr. President, I just was locked out, and here's why.' I showed ballots that had been sent to dead people. Two people that had been dead for 10 years got ballots. I showed the ballots. And Twitter has this community standards policing group that went after me. They didn't call the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters to say, hey, your rolls are bad and you're sending ballots to dead people. They locked me out of Twitter. I think, if we're going to have community standard policing from some of these tech companies, they need to go after the source. They need to go after the Iranian regime, who don't allow their people on Twitter, but they're still allowed to be on Twitter, or all the porn sites that are on Twitter."

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