Twitter Suspends Crowder & Restricts His Tweets of Voter Fraud Proof

Twitter Suspended Restricted Government US Election 2020 Steven Crowder

Steven Crowder, host of Louder With Crowder, mentioned in a series of tweets that he would be discussing verified evidence of voter fraud on his upcoming show:

Okay, Big Tech wants to play? Today I present dozens of non-existent voter addresses that I’ve verified MYSELF. From Michigan to Nevada. Empty lots etc. I’ll include pictures and a current newspaper as confirmation. It goes down today. 10AM ET.

– Steven Crowder (@scrowder) 23 Feb 2021

DOZENS of voter names, addresses, and pictures proving they don’t exist. Period. Today I’m tired of this shit. Mass voter fraud is real and I can prove it. 10AM ET. #LwC

– Steven Crowder (@scrowder) 23 Feb 2021

I can confirm to you that people voted from addresses that do not exist.

– Steven Crowder (@scrowder) 23 Feb 2021

Twitter restricted the last two of those tweets and placed a warning on them that read: “This claim of election fraud is disputed, and this Tweet can’t be replied to, Retweeted, or liked due to a risk of violence.” Additionally, when Crowder uploaded the segment of his show where he discussed the votes from addresses that do not exist, Twitter locked him out of his account for 12 hours. His account access was back in time for his show the following day:

Was blocked from Twitter for the VERIFIABLE evidence of voter fraud posted yesterday. BUT I’M BACK! This morning, the Half Asian Kraken. #FightLikeHell #War (figuratively)

– Steven Crowder (@scrowder) 24 Feb 2021

On the show, Crowder discussed the process him and his team went through to obtain the data, start sifting through it, and ultimately verify beyond any doubt that certain addresses did not exist:

What I can tell you is we have hundreds more of these addresses, and when Twitter says ‘unverified election fraud’, the segment was verifying. That’s exactly what it was. […] Here’s what we did: Step 1, we accumulated the voter data from government websites. […] Then we checked the addresses to see if they were deliverable by UPS. Then we checked to see if there was a registered property at that address. And then we physically visited. […] We physically visited said address and gave you the name of the voter from the address that doesn’t exist. That is the verification process.

Crowder also covered the fact that Twitter didn’t even give a specific reason for taking down the tweet containing the video segment and then locking his account. His lawyer, Bill Richmond, talked about how this is essentially fraud:

What it comes down is they have said ‘This is the process. We will tell you why your tweets are restricted. Here are our policies. Read them, love them, follow them, and we will only act in these ways.’ This is called fraud. This is when you say ‘I have a platform that has certain rules, and if you play by the rules, we’ll let you play’, but then you change the rules.

Sources / Relevant Material

  1. Louder With Crowder "PROOF: We Went to Fake Voter Addresses!" by Courtney Kirchoff (23 Feb 2021)
  9. Steven Crowder "BANNED! Twitter Blocked Our Voter Fraud Evidence | Louder with Crowder" on BitChute (24 Feb 2021)