A paid spokesperson for former President Donald Trump is posting his similar election lies on Twitter that incited the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol and acquired Trump completely banned from the platform two days later.

“The Voter Fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election was monumental, and the facts are coming out daily!” Liz Harrington wrote on Monday, quoting from a false assertion that had simply been launched by Trump via his Save America committee.

On Sunday, Harrington quoted from an announcement that known as the November presidential contest, which Trump misplaced by 7 million votes, a “Fake Election.”

And on Friday, she quoted from a Trump statement repeating his lie that “AP and other media outlets are doing major disinformation to try and discredit the massive number of voter irregularities and fraud found in both Arizona and Georgia.”

Twitter has not responded to a number of queries from HuffPost about why Harrington’s actions are permitted when related exercise by former Trump aides within the quick aftermath of his Jan. 8 suspension was not.

An account run by Trump digital fundraiser Gary Coby, for instance, was suspended on Jan. 8 after Coby introduced on the platform that he would function Trump’s mouthpiece. An account run by Trump’s 2020 presidential marketing campaign was shut down for a similar purpose, as was one other account, @ThisIsPOTUS45, that Trump apparently started utilizing when his personal was now not out there. Twitter even deleted posts that Trump made on the official presidential Twitter account, @POTUS, during which he complained concerning the punishment.