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Twitter Blocks Links to Sidney Powell’s Election Lawsuits

The social media giants appear to be preventing users from sharing these public records.

Twitter has been no stranger to controversy throughout this 2020 election cycle, often adapting its platform on the whim in order to further qualify or disqualify the situations that unfold in real time online.

When President Trump claims that he actually won the election, Twitter flags him.  When alternative conservative media outlets cover the Trump legal team’s press conference, Twitter flags them.

Now, when a well-known lawyer brings a massive election lawsuit to court, Twitter blocks users from seeing it.

Twitter is blocking users from sharing links to lawyer Sidney Powell’s lawsuit relating to widespread voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential election.

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A number of users across Twitter have reported being unable to share links to lawyer Sidney Powell’s lawsuit relating to voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential election. When attempting to share the link to the document, users receive a notification stating that the link has been identified as “potentially harmful.”

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Powell’s lawsuits were trending early on Thursday morning, after the intriguing attorney dubbed her legal efforts “the kraken” just days ago.

In the suits, Powell claims that a mass, coordinated effort was undertaken in order to stall the the election from President Trump.

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