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Kanye West Flagged By Twitter For Posting Fake Election Results That Show Him Beating Trump and Biden in Kentucky

Mediaite Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Kanye West Flagged By Twitter For Posting Fake Election Results That Show Him Beating Trump and Biden in KentuckyOn Tuesday night, Kanye West tweeted fake presidential election results that falsely showed him beating both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden in Kentucky. The invalid results were later flagged by Twitter as “manipulated media.” West shared a screenshot of incorrect results attributed to the NBC affiliate Lex 18 News, based in […]
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