Gateway Pundit readers may recall a recent story we did that shed light on hundreds, possibly thousands, of Oregon voters who mysteriously had their party changed, most from Republican to Non Affiliated, without their permission, consent or knowledge, effectively denying them the right to vote in their party’s primary and disqualifying them from being Precinct Committee Persons.
HUGE SCANDAL: Oregon Changes Hundreds Of Republican Ballots To “Non Partisan” Denying GOP Voters the Right To Participate In Primary
Today we found out the State Of Oregon is now working with Facebook to delete all mentions of this story.
Earlier today Facebook gave The Gateway Pundit a strike for posting this story even though we had 32 statements from different Oregon Republican voters to back up our report.
Despite hundreds of people coming forward with similar stories about how they received a non affiliated ballot, and despite many screenshots from the Facebook group mentioned in our article, Facebook’s infamous “fact checkers” deemed the story as “misinformation” at the request of the Oregon state government.
This is what people see when a link to the article comes up in their feed:
And here is the ‘strike’ notice The Gateway Pundit received from Facebook earlier today:
Lead Stories flagged The Gateway Pundit article and issued the strike as a “hoax alert.”
Lead stories author Alexis Tereszcuk did not contact any of the 30+ Oregon voters who said their party affiliation was changed.
Instead Alexis spoke with the Oregon Secretary of State who denied there was any malfeasance.
She mentions that in her article at Lead Stories:
Alexis Tereszcuk, lists her bio as:
“Alexis Tereszcuk is a writer and fact checker at Lead Stories and an award-winning journalist who spent over a decade breaking hard news and celebrity scoop with RadarOnline and Us Weekly. As the Entertainment Editor, she investigated Hollywood
Source: The Gateway Pundit