Twitter on Wednesday limited the number of tweets that could have attacked US capital with the intention of tampering with the election results.
“We are significantly limiting engagement with tweets labeled under our Civic Integrity Policy due to the risk of violence,” the Twitter support team said.
“This means not replying, retweeting or liking these labeled tweets.”
Twitter Other social platforms are facing challenges amid unrest after the president Donald Trump, Aspiring Twitter user, rallies supporters in the capital city as Congress prepares to confirm victory in November elections Joe Biden.
A Trump video clip posted above his official Twitter account was tagged with a note stating that the allegation of voter fraud was controversial and that he did not reply, retweet or like the tweet “because of the risk of violence”.
Facebook did not answer the question of whether the social network would take any action to praise or increase the mayhem in DC.
Check out the rival social network Talk Posts were shown praising the mob attack on the Capitol.
“Disappointed. Pelosi, Schiff, Nadler, Schumer, Romney all missed out. Great atmosphere targeting DC,” read a post on a Macholet account.
“I hope there will be some fires in the Demon Rat residences.”
An account from a militia group called Proud Boys at the parlor posted a photo of a smiling man carrying the podium in the Capitol building.
Another parlor threw insults at Post Vice President Mike Pence, calling him a “traitor” for refusing to manipulate the November election results.
Conservatives who support Trump have expanded their online platforms to include alternative social media sites that have become unfiltered in filing unsolicited claims.
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