• Monday, July 13, 2020

Trump signed executive order for Social Media companies

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  1. crankthatskunk

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    President Trump has signed an executive order for Social Media Companies.

    He is irked by Twitter to display fact check notices on his twits.
    In the video he has called them political point of view and acts.
    He has called it against the freedom of speech of the individuals.

    I agree with POTUS on this issue. After recently Twitter locking my account due to a twit to Hamid Mir on his lies. Even though the twit contained nothing which can be against twitter's policies except perhaps the use of the word "Retard".

    I have appealed against the decision, but despite passing of one week, Twitter has failed to respond to my appeal. I explained that the term was used as an "English Slang" and not in the context of "disability or serious disease".
    It is a fact, we use this term frequently as a slang word, nothing more than that.

    My objection had always been that "Low Life" liars like Hamid Mir can not muffle someone's criticism by complaining to Twitter on alleged breach of their policies.
    You cannot suppressed free speech. If Hamid Mir had guts, he should take me to a court of law in the UK and prove that I have libel against him based on whatever laws he thinks fits.

    He cannot do that, because I will present his ar** on a platter to him.

     
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    He's going to be killed ...