Twitter censors Tim Pool's tweet about new video evidence of potential vote fraud in MI: Popular YouTuber and host of @Timcast, Tim Pool quote tweeted a tweet from Gateway Pundit journalist Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) about the potential corroboration of previously debunked reports of possible vote fraud in Michigan. She tweeted specifically: "Here is the video we found of a “vote mobile” van arriving at 3:30am and 4:30am... driving directly into the TCF Center and unloading dozens of boxes each trip. This was 8 hours after the ballot deadline." The tweet included a link to the story at the Gateway Pundit. Twitter labeled her tweet with its most restrictive label, which reads: "This claim of election fraud is disputed, and this Tweet can't be replied to, Retweeted, or liked due to a risk of violence." When Pool quote tweeted this tweet, it still carried the same warning label. Additionally, Twitter also gave Pool's QT the same warning label. His QT read: "I don't think this even matters at this point. Time magazine just came out said that a cabal of elites rigged the election I'm sorry they said they didn't rig the election they "fortified" it, by changing the rules and laws as well as manipulating the flow of information." He was referencing a new Time magazine article about the election.