Twitter Censors NC Lawmakers for Tweeting About Emerging NCSBE Scandal, Implicating Governor Roy Cooper and AG Josh Stein

RALEIGH – Twitter has censored a state lawmaker and a congressman from North Carolina for talking about Cooper/Stein State Board of Elections scandal. No such suspension for the Chairman of the N.C. Democratic Party, who literally accused Republicans and Donald Trump of conducting a ‘Master Plan’ to not count votes and not leave office.

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Two Republican members of the State Board of Elections — the only two — resigned this week, offering detailed explanations of how the Democrats at the Board, and the Democrats at the Office of Attorney General Josh Stein, egregiously misled them regarding a lawsuit settlement related to the loosening of absentee ballot rules.

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The lawsuit, brought by Democratic hitman attorney Marc Elias (who has connections to the Steele Dossier scandal as well), on behalf of a group of ‘retired Americans,’ aimed to have the witness signature requirement thrown out on account of the coronavirus, as well as extending acceptance dates and loosening rules about how many mulligans a ballot deserves before it’s thrown out as ineligible.

Another fun fact about Marc Elias; he was Roy Cooper’s attorney for the 2016 recount that earned Cooper a razor thin margin of victory. And now Cooper’s State Board of Elections and Democrat AG Josh Stein are negotiating lawsuit settlements with him, acting like they had no other choice?

All appearances point toward a lot of sketchy behavior by Democrats and behind the scenes players in order to push through changes that would make it easy to count a lot of otherwise ineligible ballots, even when they knew of other legal rulings and literal legislation that attacks these ballot integrity issues.

Which is exactly what N.C. House Rep. Destin Hall (R-Caldwell) was saying in his censored tweets. And those natural questions of corruption are what Congressman Dan Bishop was posing when he was also flagged by the social media platform.

So, certainly, when someone on the other side of this scandal asserts that the Republican resignations, the request for AG Barr to investigate, and the questions from Republicans are all part of a “master plan” to not count votes so President Trump can stay in office, journalists and social media referees would push back on that, right?

Yep, all efforts to keep absentee voting rules from descending into an American Idol-style vote by text bonanza must be a ‘Master Plan’ to not count votes.

N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger has a different take:

Yep; the Left has been pushing this loosey-goosey absentee ballot game for a while — they love to expand the universe of sketchy ballots — but they couldn’t do it. Until a very familiar attorney brought a bogus lawsuit, and the Board feigned legal fear to negotiate a deal that gave them what they wanted the whole time. Isn’t that convenient?

Now that Lt. Gov. Dan Forest has request Attorney General William Barr investigate the matter, the Trump campaign is adding North Carolina to the list of problematic mail-in voting protocols. Here’s a statement from the stateside campaign, per Fox News reporter Evie Fordham:

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