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Twitter, Facebook flag off Trump’s post on Pennsylvania ballots as ’misleading’

Twitter, Facebook flag off Trump’s post on Pennsylvania ballots as ’misleading’

Twitter and Facebook on Monday flagged off President Trump’s post claiming mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania would lead to ’rampant’ fraud and street violence as ’misleading’. In a tweet, Trump railed against the SCOTUS decision to allow Pennsylvania officials to count ballots postmarked by Election Day. ’The Supreme Court decision on voting in Pennsylvania is a VERY dangerous one,’ Trump wrote.

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Rof
Rof 3 months

Fact checking is really just editing by another name.

Andrew Nigo (Nytro)
Andrew Nigo (Nytro) 3 months

Twitter acting as a publisher again when they're supposed to be a platform for anyone to use.

Doug
Doug 3 months

Big Tech better be praying that Trump doesn't get reelected. As a president unable to run again, he's going to settle the score with a vengeance.

Patrick
Patrick 3 months

So I just joined this app, and backed it, and I'm curious: judging by the comments on political articles, is it safe to assume that the majority of people that use this app are conservative? Not a knock or a judgement, just curious. Thanks!

Montgomery
Montgomery 3 months

I'm actually starting to believe the conspiracy theory that Biden will lose and that the response will be to send in the UN to rectify the vote. Basically corporate takeover of democratic system

Mutatis
Mutatis 3 months

Well the election rioting speculation is not exactly novel and be found in most msm publications. As for the voter fraud part, that is also speculative even if largely contained to one partisan side. In any case, as long as speculation around voter suppression theorizing is allowed to run rampant, I see little logical cause to to censor/curtail voter fraud speculation. I mean the goal is to treat everyone fairly.

Bulwark AC
Bulwark AC 3 months

Ballots postmarked on the day of have always been counted. The machines handle the postmark date. Trump please chill out.

Thrice Hated
Thrice Hated 3 months

Just for sake of this particular argument assume Trump wins. Say also, "dealing" with big (data) tech does not climb up his priority list high enough, so basic status quo is preserved until 2024 elections. Can you tell me, in your view, how fb, twitter et all would "handle" the content that their subscribers might produce?

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