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Over the weekend, it was revealed that in early 2021, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, now the governor-elect, successfully managed to have Twitter employees censor or remove posts at her office’s behest.
The revelation came in a trove of discovery documents from current litigation spearheaded by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, who’s suing President Joe Biden and his administration for allegedly colluding with Big Tech firms to suppress freedom of speech.
As a result of the findings, calls for a federal investigation into Hobbs and her office have intensified, according to Just the News.
Christina Bobb, a former attorney for President Donald Trump, tweeted a screenshot of the document from Schmitt’s discovery file. Her post triggered an avalanche of replies from justifiably angry conservatives.
“Unreal! Katie Hobbs’s office contacts Twitter to have posts removed! So, the democrat candidate, who ran the AZ election, censored her political opponents, disrupted Election Day votes, and then threatened counties with prosecution if they didn’t declare her the winner,” Bobb tweeted.
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene responded to the revelation on Sunday.
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