The Trump campaign’s national press secretary had his Twitter account suspended Thursday, just hours before the presidential debate, after he tweeted about his experience of being sent absentee ballot materials intended for someone else.
H/T: Fox News
National press secretary Hogan Gidley tweeted about receiving an envelope in the mail that was addressed to someone else, by the name of “Daniel.”
The tweet said:
"Got ‘my’...uh wait...no…”Daniel’s” ballot in the mail?!? Who is that? Apparently it’s a former tenant who hasn’t lived in the unit for 8 YEARS!!! But yeah, sure...the mainstream media is correct...unsolicited vote-by-mail is ‘totally safe.'”
“I, like many other Americans, received a ballot in the mail that was not meant for me, and that proves what the president has been saying is one hundred percent correct -- that there are serious issues with the Democrats’ plan for universal, unsolicited mail in voting,” Gidley told Fox News.
“Irrationally, inexplicably suspending my Twitter account simply for tweeting about the incorrect ballot is completely insane, and it won’t cover up the fact that Democrats changing the way we vote just weeks before an election is dangerous and fraught with the potential for massive fraud,” he said.
Twitter locked the account of the Trump campaign’s national press secretary, Hogan Gidley. https://t.co/SWbmswhpoV— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) October 23, 2020
#Twitter temporarily suspended the account of the #TrumpCampaign’s national press secretary, @HoganGidley45, after he shared a post saying he received a #MailInBallot that was intended for someone else. https://t.co/V31vzl5ueW— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) October 23, 2020