If you missed it, that post where I reported on an interview with retired General Thomas McInerney who called the election heist we have been witnessing a treasonous act, is here.
Imagine my surprise to get this notice (below) from Twitter. And, imagine my further surprise to learn that someone in Germany can use a German law to silence my speech!
Here is a screenshot. I am assuming this is legitimate as the link in the e-mail takes you to a Twitter page, here.
Oh joy, Twitter ruled in my favor….
But, what the heck is the Network Enforcement Act?
It is a controversial GERMAN law passed in 2017!
So Germans can complain to Twitter about something I, an American citizen, is saying about an American election!
I wonder if Twitter asks the complainer for proof of German residency or citizenship?
By the way, I know that Twitter has messed with my account @RefugeeWatcher there for a very long time, so I am not worrying about gathering more followers, nor do I tweet much, but it is, for now, a very handy place to get real time news on the election fraud such as the President’s tweet about the Hannity interview in my previous post.