Trump’s Facebook account was suspended indefinitely after social networks determined that the former president made a speech before attacking the Capitol and incited thousands of his followers to try to undermine the democratic and constitutional process.
Washington (approval)?? Facebook’s Board of Supervisors announced the decision to suspend the personal account of former US President Donald Trump on the famous international social network due to the attack on the Capitol on January 6.
The oversight committee approved the Facebook veto for Trump’s account. Four months ago, thousands of his followers stormed into the U.S. Congress to prevent legislation from approving Joe Biden’s election victory and defeat.
Trump’s Facebook account was suspended indefinitely after the social network determined that the former president gave a speech before attacking the Capitol, inciting thousands of Trump’s followers to try to undermine the democratic and constitutional process.
As part of the ruling, the board of directors gave Facebook six months to review once again the decision to maintain the veto power of the former Republican president to post messages on Facebook and Instagram pages.
The 20 supervisors stipulated that Facebook will not impose an indefinite veto power on the former president without defining the criteria for determining the reason, and in any case, it is not appropriate to finally consider restoring the account.
During his four years in office, Trump was characterized by his use of social networks, especially Twitter. The platform also vetoed him, Facebook and Instagram to spread fake news, especially to discredit his political enemies and relatives.
During the 2020 presidential election, Trump used social networks to warn that if he faithfully loses to Biden’s presidential election, he will not accept the prescribed result because it will be election fraud and a political conspiracy against him. the result of.
As President, Trump also brilliantly encouraged his citizens to consider and regard the press as the enemy and enemy of democracy and American interests, because they did not praise him at all and questioned his actions and accusations.