Paul pointed to reported “data dumps” that were carried out in the dead of the night

Senator Rand Paul found himself on the end of a dreaded Twitter red label Sunday after he highlighted evidence of voter fraud in multiple states where President Trump “lost”.

Source: Steve Watson

Paul pointed to reported “data dumps” that were carried out in the dead of the night and early hours of the morning in four states, linking to a an article titled “Anomalies in Vote Counts and Their Effects on Election 2020.”

The Senator predicted that Twitter would censor his post, which it did soon after he posted it:

The Senator’s comments come on the heels of a judge in Georgia ordering the wiping and reseting of voting machines, erasing any remaining election fraud evidence state-wide.