Twitter Restricts President Trump’s Name for ‘Peace’

President Donald Trump’s call for order was curtailed by Twitter as chaos erupted in the country’s capital.

Rioters stormed the capital on January 6, and Trump responded with a short video on Twitter calling for peace and an end to the protest. He assured his followers: “I know your pain. I know your pain ”, but told them,“ you have to go home now. We must have peace. “President Trump also assured his supporters that he agreed that the election was” fraudulent “but warned” we cannot play into the hands of these people “. The tweet was immediately alerted: “This election fraud claim is controversial and this tweet cannot be replied to, retweeted or liked due to the risk of violence.”

The “risk of violence” claim was particularly bizarre as Trump made it clear that he was calling for “peace” and urging protesters to go home. Trump’s post on Facebook was similarly labeled: “The US has laws, procedures and institutions in place to ensure the integrity of our elections.” At least Facebook didn’t treat a call for peace as a “risk of violence”.

Twitter has targeted Trump with more than a year of unprecedented restriction on its tweets. Trump and his campaign have been censored 625 times by Twitter. Twitter has severely limited this contribution in kind. Anyone who tries to comment will receive a Twitter notification stating, “We are trying to prevent a tweet like this, which otherwise violates Twitter rules, from reaching more people. That’s why we’ve disabled most of the ways to get in touch with him. If you want to talk about it, you can still retweet with a comment. Learn more. ”Users may also dislike or retweet the post.

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