Twitter Bans Gateway Pundit

( Social media giant Twitter permanently banned the editor-in-chief of The Gateway Pundit, Jim Hoft, after his outlet published new video evidence of misconduct in the 2020 presidential election. Hoft was banned on Saturday for allegedly violating the “civic integrity policy” of Twitter.

The outlet also temporarily suspended reporter Cassandra Fairbanks, who publishes with the Pundit.

Interestingly, Twitter provided no specific reason for suspending Cassandra Fairbanks in the first place, placing her under a 12-hour ban for violating the “civic integrity policy.”

Hoft was told that he was banned for “repeated violations” of the policy which, according to Twitter, stops users from making posts “for the purpose of manipulating or interfering in elections or other civic processes.”

So…you can bet this is about that video footage the outlet just obtained which raises questions about the integrity of the election.

On Friday, the outlet revealed exclusive footage recorded by CCTV cameras at the TCF Center in Detroit, where ballots were being counted on November 4.

On Saturday, the outlet tweeted that hey had more video to reveal, but never had the chance to share it with their followers.

We’d share the video here with you, but the most frequently used social media platforms for video have banned the sharing of video evidence that shows potential misconduct in the 2020 election.

On Friday, Grant Stinchfield of Newsmax TV played the footage, which appears to show vehicles arriving at the ballot counting center eight hours after the deadline.

Sworn affidavits already described how these vehicles arrived at the center hours after the deadline, and appeared to be delivering ballots that would go on to be counted.

It leaves you wondering…what is it that Twitter doesn’t want you to see?