Once again we have DumbAss Doofus being a DumbAss Doofus that he is claiming he can just “shut down” whatever he wants whenever he gets ready.. what a fuckin’ DumbAss he proves to be YET AGAIN!! THIS one ought to play out as great entertainment – stay tuned.
Thursday, May 28, 2020 — MiningAwareness
“Trump Threatens to ‘Strongly Regulate’ or Shut Down Social Media Platforms
By Steve Herman
May 27, 2020 06:40 AM
WHITE HOUSE – U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to “strongly regulate or close down social media platforms, after Twitter tagged a pair of his tweets with a fact-check warning.
In a Wednesday morning tweet, Trump said that Republicans feel that “Social Media Platforms totally silence conservative voices.” He alleged that social media sites attempted — and failed — during the 2016 election to stifle conservatives’ voices. “We can’t let a more sophisticated version of that happen again,” Trump said.
On Tuesday, an unprecedented alert on the @realDonaldTrump tweets about mail-in balloting prompted the president to accuse Twitter of interference in this year’s election and of “completely stifling” free speech.
“I, as President, will not allow it to happen,” he concluded.
When those viewing Trump’s flagged tweets on Tuesday clicked on the warning placed by Twitter, they were taken to a notification titled: Trump makes unsubstantiated claim that mail-in ballots will lead to voter fraud.
The alert, linked to stories from CNN, The Washington Post [and more], and also included the following fact box:
What you need to know
– Trump falsely claimed that mail-in ballots would lead to “a Rigged Election.” However, fact-checkers say there is no evidence that mail-in ballots are linked to voter fraud.
– Trump falsely claimed that California will send mail-in ballots to “anyone living in the state, no matter who they are or how they got there.” In fact, only registered voters will receive ballots.
– Though Trump targeted California, mail-in ballots are already used in some states, including Oregon, Utah and Nebraska.
Fact checking needed, critics say