Hours after Facebook announced it would block President Donald Trump from making new posts until the day of Joe Biden's inauguration - on January 20, former First Lady Michelle Obama called on social media platforms to block him forever from their platforms.
"Now is the time for Silicon Valley companies to stop allowing this monstrous behavior and go beyond temporarily blocking this man from their platforms and enforce it. policies to prevent its use technology to leaders of a nation that fuels uprisings, "Michelle Obama said in a Twitter post Thursday.
Her post addressed many issues, including the sharp contrast between the way coping rioters stormed the Capitol on Wednesday amid violence by protesters Black Lives Matters during the summer and said he prays Americans to give an opportunity to President-elect Joe Biden and President-elect Kamala Harris.
By Wednesday, Trump had been given unlimited freedom Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social media, which allowed him to publishes lies and conspiracy theories throughout presidency his, sometimes simply pointing out that they are disputed information.
Facebook's move to block Trump came a day after rioters stormed the Capitol, as mentioned above. In addition, Twitter temporarily blocked Trump's account on Wednesday, and YouTube on Thursday imposed new ones. restrictions in the channels they publish video with false ballots allegations.
Source of information: cnbc.com