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Twitter acknowledged that Pennsylvania State Sen. Doug Mastriano’s personal account was suspended in “error.” The suspension came just hours after Sen. Mastriano led the hearing on voting fraud concerns in the Keystone State.

According to Newsweek, a Twitter spokesperson said:

“This account was mistakenly suspended for perceived violations of our impersonation policy. This was an error. We have immediately reversed the decision and the account has been reinstated.”

President Donald J. trump said that Twitter and the “Fake News” want to silence the truth.

“Can’t let that happen,” Trump said. “This is what Communist countries do!”

Mastriano had stated on his official account that “censorship is unacceptable in America.”

“The point of Twitter suspending this personal account is to prevent me from posting to my Senate account — to silence our voice,” he wrote.

Earlier today, Mastriano took to his personal page.

“We all know you won, Mr. President,” Mastriano wrote. “#BidenCheated.”

Author: Jacob Hall