US election day after, Trump’s made one by one fake post on Facebook and Twitter. As a result, Facebook and Twitter are in trouble due to the reckless activities of Donald Trump’s and suspend fake post from this social media.
Facebook and Twitter have taken steps to control any post that could question the US election. The two institutions are struggling to handle this. U.S. lawmakers have criticized the move.
It was warned in advance that any false and baseless post in the name of freedom of expression could create social chaos. These were being warned long before the US election.
President Trump has never trusted the media. He has been vocal all day through Twitter and Facebook. No president in the history of the United States before Trump has used social media in such a way.
Former President Barack Obama, known for his advances in technology, did not do so during his presidency.
President Trump and his supporters spent the day on November 4 giving false information and trying to share this information. He continued to post that he had won the election on Tuesday, November 3. Thousands of shares of his posts were shared during the ballot counting.
There was a storm of protest from various quarters of the United States. Social media like Facebook and Twitter follow their own rules. Under the law, the US government cannot impose any control over them.
Democratic lawmakers and liberals have called for the closure of Donald Trump’s social media accounts due to his post-election campaign.
Democrat Congressman David Cicilline said in a tweet that Donald Trump’s lies were a threat to US democracy. Trump’s social media accounts need to be suspended until all the votes in the election are counted.
More than three million people joined the Trump hashtag #StileDvote and #VoterFord in a matter of hours. His posts are widely shared by his supporters on Facebook.
Just before the election, he took action on Facebook and Twitter. The two organizations were adding a warning if they had any doubts about Trump’s post. The reckless behavior of Trump and his supporters on November 4 has again tightened the noose.
There was also a lot of reaction to the posts of Trump’s son Eric Trump and the White House press secretary on November 4.
Facebook and Twitter were criticized for posting after they claimed victory in the election. They quickly announced that they would impose strictures on such posts.
Twitter spokesman Trenton Kennedy said their organization had taken swift action.
They are now more cautious about any post that questions or confuses the acceptability of the U.S. election.