Washington Post Colludes with Tech Giants in Effort to Deplatform Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch For Posting Accurate Data on Iowa Voting Rolls

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton

Washington Post and other left-wing factions have colluded with the tech giants in an effort to deplatform and censor Tom Fitton and Judicial Watch for posting accurate data on Iowa’s voting rolls.

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch on Monday announced that at least eight Iowa counties have more voter registrations than eligible voters.

There are at least 18,658 extra names on the voter rolls in Iowa, Judicial Watch reported citing data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) in 2019 and the most recent U.S. Census Bureau’s five-year American Community Survey.

The watchdog group also reported that Polk County has an unusually high rate of 95.9% of total eligible voters registered.

The Iowa Secretary of State refuted Judicial Watch and attacked the watchdog group on Twitter.

Tom Fitton responded to the Iowa Secretary of State and stood by his organization’s data analysis.

Fake News Washington Post then jumped into the fray in order to silence Tom Fitton about the dirty voter rolls in Iowa.

WaPo, using the new Draconian ‘election integrity policy’ Twitter just rolled out, tried getting Tom Fitton and Judicial Watch deplatformed from Twitter.

Facebook/Instagram also quickly moved to censor Judicial Watch’s data on Iowa’s dirty voting rolls.

The Gateway Pundit also received a ‘false rating’ by Facebook’s ‘fact-checkers’ but they agreed to lift the strike after we responded.

Judicial Watch and Tom Fitton were right all along, but the tech giants are working with the left to silence conservatives for reporting the truth.

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