Twitter has “temporarily restricted” the account of VoterGA, run by Garland Favorito. VoterGA has risen to national prominence for finding thousands of alleged fraudulent Biden votes in Georgia, and providing photo evidence of falsified voter tally sheets. Soon after, VoterGA declared that evidence indicates Georgia counties other than Fulton – the focal point of many credible allegations of voter fraud – may have also had fraudulent 2020 elections.
The news of the allegedly “temporary restriction” was first broken by the Election Wizard on Twitter. “Twitter restricts @VoterGa’s account for ‘some unusual activity,” noted the political news account. “Garland Favorito and #VoterGA are leading the fight to audit Fulton County’s mail-in ballots from the 2020 presidential election.”
Twitter’s new strategy of “temporarily” restricting accounts began during the 2020 election, when many accounts that that have now been permanently banned from the big tech platform were first “temporarily restricted” for unclear reasons. Twitter forces users to opt-in to viewing the account’s tweets, with a message that informs them “Caution: This account is temporarily restricted” and “You’re seeing this because there has been some unusual activity from this account. Do you still want to view it?”
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) July 22, 2021
As National File reported, VoterGA, short for Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia, released a press release last week that revealed evidence had been discovered of thousands of fraudulent votes being counted for Democrat President Joe in Georgia during the 2020 election. In the press release, VoterGA states that its “team’s analysis revealed that 923 of 1539 mail–in ballot batch files contained votes incorrectly reported in Fulton’s official November 3rd 2020 results.” The error reporting rates for the 1,500-odd ballots in question is a staggering 60%. Joe Biden was declared the winner of Georgia by the razor-thin margin of 12,670 votes in 2020.
Then, earlier this week, VoterGA released a statement claiming that evidence shows the rate of election discrepancies may be even higher in Georgia counties other than Fulton. VoterGA showcased a trove of evidence indicating that the error reporting rate in Fulton County was a staggering 60%. “VoterGA announced today it has evidence election result discrepancies in other Georgia counties may be worse than those it presented for Fulton County at a VoterGA press conference Tuesday,” the press release stated. “The revelation came as VoterGA formalized its call for a truly independent, forensic audit of all county results for the November 3rd, 2020 and January 5th, 2021 elections.”
This latest move from Twitter comes only hours after National File reported that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who many believe is a strident opponent of election integrity, has appointed a judge who is closely allied with the anti-Trump wing of the Republican Party to the Georgia Court of Appeals. This judge, Andrew Pinson, will be in a position to review or throw out any voter fraud cases that may rise to his court as a result of VoterGA’s findings.
This is a breaking news story and may be updated as additional information becomes available.