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By Stan Greene
Observer Staff Writer 

The Man Who Holds the US Nuclear Launch Codes Deemed Too Dangerous to Have Twitter, Facebook Accounts

Twitter, Facebook shutdown @realdonaldtrump, following civil unrest in DC that caused the deaths of 4 people.

 

January 11, 2021

NBC News

Trump supporters push their way into Capitol building. Twitter lit up with comments about the violence at the US Capitol that killed 4 people this afternoon.

The person with the nuclear codes has been deemed too dangerous to have a twitter account, as the Social Media giant locked down the president's account for 12 hours.

The US President's account, @realdonaldtrump, was suspended.

"I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Remember, WE are the Party of Law & Order – respect the Law and our great men and women in Blue. Thank you!" tweeted @realdonaldtrump at 11 am EST.

"I can assure you that my departure from office is going to be very boring." Tweeted Angela Merkel.

*Rioters' shameful acts did enormous damage to their cause today. *Media's hypocrisy in condemning riots so indignantly after downplaying violent BLM riots all summer is obvious; *Much to blame for what happened-namely: 4 yrs of Democrats, Trump & media destroying all norms/trust." This from former FOX News host Megyn Kelly.

Meanwhile, objections were withdrawn, and Congress resumed certifying the Electoral vote and the Joe Biden presidency. To the left end of the US political perspective, Donald J. Trump's speech is a serious threat to the Republic. His fans love him though.

 

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