Pro-Trump rebels stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 after President Donald Trump addressed the White House, urging supporters to be “strong.” After the violence, Twitter shut down tens of thousands of accounts, including President Donald Trump permanently.
In a stream of 14 tweets addressed to Twitter on Monday morning, Green suggested the company ban Trump from its platform and content policies.
The tweets you consider “appropriate” and “safe” and “true” compared to the tweets you consider “inciting violence” and “spreading false information”
This is not the first time a social network has taken action on its posts.
In September, a Facebook spokesman said the company removed photo she published holding a gun to images of representatives of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes (DN.Y.), Rashida Tlibe (D-Michigan) and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), who called on people to continue the crime against these socialists. “
The freshman, who was revealed by POLITICO in June, was in a Facebook video showing her expressing racist, Islamophobic and anti-Semitic views, winning the Georgia Republican Quarter. She joined fellow freshman Lauren Böbert (R-Colo.) In a camp that strongly supported Trump and delved into conspiracy theories, dividing the new class into GOP.
Trump called Green “future Republican star. “