“It’s quiet… So quiet.” While that does not apply at all to Donald Trump and his followers, it is hard to deny that the former president’s voice has become a major part of our everyday lives since he stepped down. Of course, this has a lot to do with Trump’s current status as a social media boycott, banned from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
How does a public figure who relies so much on the Internet to spread his message find his inability to post on major platforms? Well, in the latest Donald Trump news, it seems that the MADA leader tried to bypass his Facebook ban using his daughter-in-law’s Facebook account.
The move to gain former presidential marks, when confronted with the monitoring system of the social media platform, ultimately failed in the end. What does this mean in relation to Donald Trump’s future relationship with Facebook? let’s take a closer look.
Lara Trump is a Fox News contributor who also marries Donald Trump’s son, Eric. As far as Facebook surrogates are concerned, the former president could not have done worse. In an effort to give Donald Trump fans a direct update on his latest news, Lara Trump posted a video on her Facebook page interviewing her father-in-law. Shortly thereafter, the video was swiftly removed by Facebook.
It all happened on Tuesday, and Lara Trump advertised through her Instagram account. Once the video was taken down, Trump’s daughter-in-law posted a screenshot of an email she received from Facebook, letting her know about the actions taken against her account and the video posted.
The email states that Facebook “removed content from Lara Trump’s page in which President Trump was speaking.” The email also warns: “According to the block we put on Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram account, further content posted to Donald Trump’s voice will be removed and will result in additional limitations on accounts.” Oops.
On her Instagram account, Lara Trump compared her actions on Facebook to some of George Orwell’s dystopian language 1984. “The Voice (of Donald Trump)” certainly sounds like the name of an Orwellian character.
It would be interesting to see Orwell’s take on this candorum (if he were still alive): is Facebook consistent with his Trump ban and applying common sense to the situation? Or are tech giants unfairly silencing the former president that he is no longer in power?
Whatever it is, MAGA enthusiasts will be happy to know that they can still access the Donald Trump interview and keep their attention on the latest news, and they don’t even have to leave Facebook to do so. Lara Trump has since posted the video on Rumble, another streaming platform, and linked it to her Facebook account. Until now, it did not seem to set any restriction alarms.
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Donald Trump’s Facebook account was suspended on January 7 for “indefinitely” what we commonly know as the “Capital Riot”. Pro-Trump supporters attacked the US legislature, the former president was accused of accusing him rather than denying the status quo, and soon he was in hot water with all the social media giants.
At the time, Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg said: “We believe that the risks of allowing the president to continue using our service during this period are simply too great.” If you think Facebook’s response was harsh, then you should check Twitter. Donald trump is permanent basis Not allowed on Twitter.
On the other hand, Facebook has not gone so far. . . Till now. Donald Trump’s case is scheduled to be reviewed by Facebook’s new oversight board. The board was established last year to rule on controversial moderation decisions and meant an independent force. Board members include former Danish Prime Minister Helling Thoring-Schmidt and formerGuardian Editor Alan Rusibagar.
How do you feel about the latest Donald Trump news? Will George Orwell be intimidated or will he roll his eyes? Tell us in the comments!