Until now, US President Donald Trump could do whatever he wanted on his social media channels, but yesterday he probably went too far. Facebook, Twitter and also Instagram temporarily blocked the private accounts of the president.
Blocking only after the Capitol was stormed
For a long time, Donald Trump could vent his anger by writing as his mouth grew. However, after an incited mob stormed the Capitol in Washington, D.C., Twitter had enough. Twitter suspended the president’s private account for twelve hours. Facebook and Instagram followed suit, blocking Donald Trump’s accounts for 24 hours. Even YouTube subsequently blocked a video of the president. The decisive factor was probably the ambiguous tweets on Twitter, in which he expressed praise for the attackers. In the end, four people were killed and 52 arrests were made as a result of the attack on the Capitol. The world public is shocked by what happened.
Stop being funny
Update on Facebook block
Facebook will not lift Donald Trump’s block again so quickly, his account will probably remain blocked for the time being until further notice.