Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman drew attention on Friday, telling The Hill that “lies” about the legitimacy of the election were not protected under the Constitution.
“This idea that saying that Pennsylvania was rigged, or that we were trying to ‘steal the election — that’s a lie,” Fetterman told The Hill in a video interview from which a clip was tweeted on Friday morning. “And that — you do not have the right — that is not protected speech,” he continued.
“The second those tweets went up, they should have been deleted,” Fetterman said of President Trump’s Twitter account; a rallying point for his supporters and consistent sticking-point for his detractors. Trump frequently questioned the legitimacy of the 2020 Presidential election via his personal account and continues legal pursuit of investigations into what he and his team believe to be extensive voter fraud.
Watch the video on Twitter:
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman: "This idea that saying that Pennsylvania was 'rigged' or that we were 'trying to steal the election' — that's a lie. And you do not have the right, that is not protected speech." pic.twitter.com/2f2ERSSLXy— The Hill (@thehill) January 15, 2021
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From Gateway Pundit: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/01/five-obvious-acts-fraud-2020-election/