The National Pulse Editor-In-Chief Says Twitter Has Censored Multiple Election Stories

November 5th, 2020 3:32 PM

The National Pulse’s editor-in-chief claimed Twitter has censored his outlet’s posts in foul play.

Editor-in-Chief of The National Pulse Raheem Kassam claimed in a Thursday 5 tweet that “Twitter has restricted @TheNatPulse as millions flock to read our live blog.” The screenshots he shared indicated that his organization’s account stands accused of “Violating [Twitter’s] rules against posting misleading information about voting.” Kassam responded by claiming: “None of these stories are ‘misleading,’ nor false, and voting is now over.”

“Twitter is restricting access to verified information from accredited journalists about the massive fraud out there,” Kassam summarized at the end of his tweet.

Later on Nov. 5, Kassam affirmed his stance that his outlet did not deserve to be censored for its reporting:

“None of these stories are false or unverified but Twitter has locked @TheNatPulse out of our account so that we cannot deliver you information about fraud.”

Twitter has not yet responded  since being reached for comment on why the platform allegedly censored multiple posts by The National Pulse’s Twitter account.

The National Pulse has recently reported on the scandal regarding Hunter Biden’s alleged hard drive.

Twitter was one of the Big Tech companies that made headlines for censoring a New York Post article. The shocking revelation released by the Post on Oct. 14, revealed purported emails from Biden’s son Hunter and reportedly exposed the alleged scandalous dealings of both father and son in the Russia-bordering state of Ukraine.

Twitter responded by disabling the link to the story, claiming: “Warning: this link may be unsafe.” Twitter then censored the Post, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, the Trump Campaign, and even the House Judiciary (a part of the United States government) for sharing the story.

Twitter initially blocked the link completely, but later reversed course after backlash. It also locked the Post out of its account for no less than 17 days. Twitter finally unlocked the Post’s account on October 30.

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