Jesse Kelly SLAMS Twitter For Restricting Tweet About Midterms: ‘Know Where They Can’t Question Elections? Iran.’

Conservative commentator Jesse Kelly had a tweet about secure elections flagged and locked for being “misleading” by Twitter.

“PRO TIP: If your state cannot count every vote on election night, there’s cheating in your state. Entire nations count their votes on Election Day,” Kelly wrote on Wednesday.

“If you can’t, it’s because you don’t want to,” he added.

As you can see above, the tweet has a “misleading” label underneath it now. And it cannot be replied to, shared, or liked by other users on Twitter.

All people can do is quote the tweet.

“We try to keep Twitter a place for healthy conversation, so we’ve disabled most of the ways to engage with this Tweet. If you want to talk about it, you can still Quote Tweet it,” Twitter explains if you try to share, or even bookmark Kelly’s tweet.

The social media platform then directs users to this link filled with mainstream media outlets like Reuters and the Associated Press, along with so-called fact-checkers who ensure U.S. elections are “safe and reliable.”

Other conservative commentators like Jack Posobiec of Human Events Daily and Tim Pool of Timcast IRL quote tweeted Kelly’s original tweet to spread awareness and ask their audiences if they were even able to see what Kelly had written.

Soon enough, Kelly weighed in on this misleading label to slam Twitter for restricting the tweet.

“The more things change, the more they stay the same,” Kelly shared.

“By the way, questioning your country’s election is pretty much the BEST barometer you can use to tell whether or not you live in a free country,” he added. “Know where they can’t question elections? Iran.”

Users quickly agreed with Kelly’s stance about not being able to question U.S. elections. Citing that all this feels like Twitter’s not-so-secret attempts to interfere in the 2022 midterms by promoting left-leaning content while restricting right-leaning information.

They also highlighted how bogus it is that we do not count votes the same day anymore in this country – even though this was the norm in the past. 

And they commented on Twitter’s proactiveness towards assuring users the platform is taking adequate steps to make sure this upcoming election will be fair and secure.

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