Update: [01/08/21] Twitter has now permanently disabled Donald Trump’s account on social media platforms. Throughout the week, after and after the violence in the U.S. Capitol, Trump’s social media posted further opposition, resulting in the deaths of six people. Twitter, together with Twitch and Facebook, disbanded the current president in the last few days of the current president. President and former reality TV star his presidency.
If you try to visit his page, you will see a blank page saying “Account has been suspended.”
Original post: After the riots in the US Capitol, Twitch followed the leadership of other well-known social media companies and disabled Trump’s account. Tević issued a statement saying that the president’s “inflammatory remarks” were the cause.
The statement said: “In light of yesterday’s shocking attack on the Capitol, we have disabled President Trump’s Twitch channel.” “Given the current special circumstances and the president’s inflammatory remarks, we believe this is to protect our community. And the necessary steps to prevent Twitch from being used to incite further violence.”
Twitch is the latest in a series of technology companies that have acted on President Trump’s accounts after he helped incite riots. Twitter temporarily disabled his account for 12 hours, and Facebook banned him from using social media platforms and Snapchat for at least the next two weeks, “until the peaceful transition of power is complete.” Shopify also deleted Trump brand stores.
The chaos that broke out in the Capitol was shortly after President Trump advocated false claims of voter fraud a few weeks ago, and shortly after he addressed a group of protesters, they encouraged members of Congress to march because Congress was counting elections. People votes. Several lawmakers pointed out that the president’s remarks are often shared on social media platforms, contributing to violence.
It is not clear how long the ban will last. Last summer, Twitch banned Trump from engaging in “hateful acts” and lifted the ban two weeks later.