Donald Trump threatens to shut down Twitter after fact check by Jack Dorsey

A recent feud has been building up between Social Media Company Twitter and US President Donald Trump. The recent outrage of the murder of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor has been the starting point of the fight. In a hideous and heinous act of injustice and true corrupt adequacy of the bureaucracy. The two individuals were brutally murdered. The US Public has since not been quiet about the inequality and has risen to clear the system. US National Guards have been deployed all over the country as citizens unite in peaceful protests of agitation. In one such protest, the Minneapolis Police Station was burnt down to ashes.

“The National Guard has been released in Minneapolis to do the job that the Democrat Mayor couldn’t do. Should have been used 2 days ago & there would not have been damage & Police Headquarters would not have been taken over & ruined. Great job by the National Guard. No games!” Tweeted by the US President Donald J Trump. This heartbreaking truth of humanity by the President deeply impacted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Twitter then asked users to fact check Trump’s claims. On “mail-in ballots were false” and “has been debunked by fact checkers”.

White House retaliated by threatening to sign an executive order on social media companies on Thursday. Frightening to shut down websites that are apparently stifling “conservative voices”.

In a thread, Dorsey went on to say a statement. That this decision does not make Twitter an “arbiter of truth”. Their intention is “to connect the dots of conflicting statements. And show the information in dispute so people can judge for themselves”.

 

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