Charlie Kirk, an outspoken conservative activist and founder of Turning Point USA, found himself locked out of his Twitter account because of a post questioning potential voter fraud in Pennsylvania.
While Kirk's post indicated there were already 372,000 rejected ballots in Pennsylvania, an amended version of ProPublica's story said the state has in fact rejected 372,000 ballot applications.
According to ProPublica, more than 90 percent of those duplicate requests were made by voters who had already asked for a mail-in ballot in the November election during the June primaries. The ambiguous or inaccurate information on the state's ballot-tracking website only added to the voters' confusion.
"Most rejected applications were deemed duplicates because voters had unwittingly checked a request box during the primary. The administrative nightmare highlights the difficulty of ramping up mail-in voting on the fly," reported ProPublica, citing state data released to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Kirk protested the lock, accusing Twitter of censoring observers of election fraud on behalf of Joe Biden's presidential campaign.
"I'm kind of in a hostage situation right now with Twitter," Kirk said. "I do not have access to my Twitter account because I tweeted a widely reported story 19 hours ago that changed a couple hours later."