State Senator Doug Mastriano led a hearing in Pennsylvania a few days ago where he delivered a blistering speech about voter fraud. Just hours later, he was suspended from Twitter. Curious timing?

His personal account was suspended but he still has access to his Senate account. He tweeted out today to slam Twitter for censoring him:

This censorship is unacceptable in America. A nation that I served for most of my adult life…

The point of Twitter suspending this personal account is to prevent me from posting to my Senate account— to silence our voice.

A video of his speech is below:

The Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee  held a hearing on “election issues and irregularities.”  Mastriano’s closing speech at the hearing was fiery and truthful:

The video of the entire hearing is below:

We’ve been saying this for weeks, but after this testimony by several brave Americans about the massive voter fraud in PA, it’s very clear this election is far from over.

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