Twitter is now suppressing a video of a man in Harris County who claimed to have evidence of ballot harvesting and voter fraud at a Harris County Commissioners meeting.
You can watch the explosive video below, but notice the warning label that indicates the tweet is misleading and that it can’t be ‘replied to, shared or liked’.
🔥 Gerry Monroe lights up Harris County Commissioners Court with evidence of ballot harvesting and voter fraud allegations. pic.twitter.com/LGjiEwXmN7
— Merissa Hansen🇺🇸🕵🏻♀️ (@MerissaHansen17) November 15, 2022
The video is incredible and I can’t understand why it is being suppressed by Twitter. I know Musk is still transforming the company, but I must wonder if he knows about this. Sounds like old Twitter still lives, at least in part.
This is bizarre because in order to call this video misleading, you have to refute the man’s claims and they aren’t doing that.
Relatedly, this comes after Governor Abbott called for an investigation over widespread election issues that happened in the county:
Calling for an investigation into the widespread problems with Harris County's elections last Tuesday.
Full statement ⬇️https://t.co/h3HhpLsHrc
— Gov. Greg Abbott (@GovAbbott) November 14, 2022
Below is the full statement:
Governor Greg Abbott today called for an investigation into the widespread problems with Harris County’s elections last Tuesday. Voters in Harris County were frustrated by confusion and delays including missing keys, insufficient paper ballots in Republican precincts, staffing problems, and more.
“I’m calling on the Secretary of State, the Attorney General’s Office, and the Texas Rangers to initiate investigations into allegations of improprieties in the way that the 2022 elections were conducted in Harris County,” said Governor Abbott. “The allegations of election improprieties in our state’s largest county may result from anything ranging from malfeasance to blatant criminal conduct. Voters in Harris County deserve to know what happened. Integrity in the election process is essential. To achieve that standard, a thorough investigation is warranted.”
Harris County is where Houston resides.