A Prominent mathematician was banned from Twitter during his testimony about election fraud in Arizona. The move shocked few as Twitter’s political bias becomes even more apparent.
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The mathematician, Bobby Piton, was banned during his testimony where he revealed that the election fraud going on in Arizona was so blatant the numbers coming out of the state are not possible. He stated that certifying the election results was a poor decision and had this been a company executive signing a certification they would be facing jail time.
“If I was an executive at a publicly-traded company, I would never sign that, because I risk jail time and having all my money taken from me in lawsuits. So, to answer your question, I would never, ever, have certified,” Piton told Arizona lawmakers.
Following the ban Pitton stated that he would be moving on to another social media platform, he referenced Dan Bongino’s new social media site Parler as a new place for him to go.
Many scoff at the debate over Twitter and other tech giants’ political censorship but these social media sites have become information highways where a great number of people get their news. Twitter began to walk back a few of their decisions, including the banning of the New York Post, but it looks like that was all talk as this censorship still continues.