Kassam Suspended From Twitter for Applying ‘Democracy Dies in Darkness’ to Leftist Election Fraud


National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam has been temporarily suspended from Twitter.  

Kassam’s January 14th tweet regarding the inauguration of Joe Biden – which simply established the time that Biden’s “victory” was established on election night and the time the election was certified – prompted the suspension.

“They intended to “inaugurate” a President to an empty National Mall, surrounded by 20,000 troops, after a “victory” claimed in the dead of night, and a certification of electors in the dead of night. #DemocracyDiesInDarkness,” he tweeted.


Despite this, the social media platform also placed a label on the tweet noting “this claim of election fraud is disputed, and this Tweet can’t be replied to, Retweeted, or liked due to a risk of violence.”

As a result, Kassam can’t tweet for 12 hours.


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Staff Writer

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