Twitter’s chief financial officer Ned Segal said that former President Trump is beyond online redemption in the eyes of Twitter, clarifying that Trump’s ban is permanent and will not be permitted back on the one-sided social media platform, even if he decides to make a comeback to run for office again in 2024 and wins.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said President Biden and the White House “don’t spend much…
YouTube, the Google-owned video site has suspended President Trump’s channel, citing concern about “ongoing potential for violence for at least seven days Tuesday night, joining the long growing list of social media tech companies flexing its power in limiting or ejecting the president online presence.
Twitter permanently suspends President Trump’s personal account, the social media company announced Friday evening, saying it took the action due to recent posts causes the “risk of further incitement of violence.”
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) tried to put party politics aside by complimenting First Lady Melania Trump’s beautiful job in decorating the 2020 White House Christmas, but her sentiment received backlash from her keyboard ‘Resistance’ activist followers.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) slammed Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over its company abuse of slapping disclaimer labels on tweets posted by conservatives regarding the subject of voter fraud, saying the platform is “behaving as a publisher” while being protected with its “special benefit under Section 230.”