Twitter censors Pennsylvania supreme court statements as tweeted by Sean Davis


Co-founder of The Federalist Sean Davis was censored by Twitter for paraphrasing a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision which ruled that ballots received after election day which are not postmarked would be presumed to have been sent in on election day, The Federalist reports. The statement Davis made was a quote of a Pennsylvania supreme court decision allowing ballots that were received after election day without proper postmarks to still be counted. Apparently this seemed odd to Twitter, so they censored it, despite it being what the court actually ruled.

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