Lawmakers want details from Twitter on account that promoted viral video

Lawmakers want details from Twitter on account that promoted viral video

Lawmakers have reportedly asked Twitter for details of the account that circulated the video of students from Covington Catholic High School and their encounter with a Native American activist. Twitter suspended the @2020fight account on Monday. The account reportedly used a photo of Nah Cardoso, a Brazilian social media star.

KCooper
KCooper
Shane
Shane 1 year

Someone is about to get f**ked real bad when all you have to do is check the time logs on news websites to see the earliest iteration. Personally, I think all of them should be punished, no matter the political side they take. Lets forget about the politics and focus on the real victims. Those poor kids, especially the Sandmann kid and his family receiving thought-out death threats.

George Ashworth
George Ashworth 1 year

I think twitter needs to sort out it's verified check mark feature. Many verified accounts were sharing the video and calling for violence to the kids, which only helped boost its popularity. There's a reason that having a verified account has started to be seen more as an insult than a privilege.

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