Conservative arrested by the Feds for tweeting voter disinformation memes in 2016


A conservative Florida man was arrested for Twitter posts from September to November 2016. Douglass Mackey, aka Ricky Vaughn, 31, an influencer from West Palm Beach, used social media platforms to disseminate misinformation designed to deprive individuals of their constitutional right to vote.

The 2020 election was filled with fraud, and the DoJ couldn’t find a thing wrong.

Why don’t they go after Shaun King? He’s constantly lying and spreading misinformation, inciting riots, and so on online.

Apparently, with others — an alleged conspiracy — he used social media to send out fake tweets telling supporters to vote via text or social media. That’s type of joke is allegedly illegal.

He posted one meme with a picture of a black woman, telling people to vote from home by text. Mackey posted another one with a white woman and wasn’t focusing on black people. The DoJ said he was spreading the disinformation to blacks. The DoJ said 4900 people voted by text.

He was joking.

Vaughn is accused of being a racist and anti-Semitic white nationalist – the usual smears. His real crime is that he supports Donald Trump.

He faces ten years in prison.

The DoJ is a terrifying organization.

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