Twitter Locks Trump Campaign Press Secretary’s Account Over Mail-In Voting Tweet

Twitter temporarily suspended the account of the Trump campaign’s national press secretary on Thursday after he shared a post saying he received a ballot in the mail that was intended for someone else. Before his account was suspended by the social media giant, national press secretary Hogan Gidley said on Twitter that he had received an a ballot in the mail that was addressed to an individual named “Daniel.” “Got ‘my’…uh wait…no… ‘Daniel’s’ ballot in the mail?!? Who is that? Apparently it’s a former tenant who hasn’t lived in the unit for 8 YEARS!!! But yeah, sure…the mainstream media is correct…unsolicited vote-by-mail is ‘totally safe,’” he wrote. He shared an image of the ballot he’d received, highlighting the name “Daniel.” Gidley later shared that he had been temporarily blocked from Twitter for violating its rules “against posting misleading information about voting,” reported Fox News. “You may not post content providing false …