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Equipment of media crews damaged during clashes after the US President Donald Trumps supporters breached the US Capitol security in Washington D.C., United States on January 06, 2021. Pro-Trump rioters stormed the US Capitol as lawmakers were set to sign off Wednesday on President-elect Joe Biden's electoral victory in what was supposed to be a routine process headed to Inauguration Day. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Views
Impeach Trump. Then Arrest Trump. Then Prosecute Him for Sedition
Unless all who participated in or abetted the attempted overthrow of the United States government are held accountable, it will happen again. Next time it may succeed.
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Donald Trump's Twitter account displayed on a mobile phone screen next to a vinyl doll which features the U.S. President Donald Trump, seen in front of the U.S. flag, on Saturday, 9 January 2021, in Dublin, Ireland. News
Big Tech Further Mutes President, Far Right Megaphone as Demands for Trump Removal Swell
Google yanked Parler from its app store Friday in light of "continued posting... that seeks to incite ongoing violence in the U.S."
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In this photo illustration, a Twitter logo is displayed on a mobile phone with President Donald Trump's Twitter page shown in the background on May 27, 2020, in Arlington, Virginia. (Photo: Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images) News
After Inciting Deadly Invasion of US Capitol, Twitter Permanently Suspends @realDonaldTrump
After years of resisting suspension demands, the social media company said that the move was "due to the risk of further incitement of violence."
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This illustration photo shows a mobile phone placed on a US flag with Tweets from US President Donald Trump masked with warnings imposed by Twitter stating that they may be incorrect, November 5, 2020 as vote counting continues to determine the winner of the presidential electionn. (Photo: Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube: Ban Trump or Face Another Mass Boycott
These powerful tech giants and their top executives must decide: Are they on the side of democracy or in favor of profiting from the spread of bigotry and lies?
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Supporters of President Donald Trump protest on Monday outside a meeting of the Michigan Board of State Canvassers. The board certified a vote count in favor of President-elect Joe Biden. (Photo: Getty) Views
Get Ready for Donald Trump’s Shadow Government—via Twitter and Fox News
Other Republicans, in fear of the wrath of Trump’s supporters, will obstruct Joe Biden at ever.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) headquarters in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Rob Pegoraro/Flickr cc) News
Digital Rights Advocates Warn Trump's FCC Nominee—Who Backs Plan to Censor the Internet—Is 'Even Worse Than Ajit Pai'
Former telecom lawyer Nathan Simington, a Republican, was tapped by the president after an incumbent balked at a plan to weaken online protections granted under a key law.
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Calling Trump's Repeated Election Lies 'Dangerous' to Democracy, Watchdogs Urge Twitter to Suspend His Account
"Twitter has a duty to ensure that its platform is not used to attack the foundations of our democracy."
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President Donald Trump was roundly ridiculed on Twitter Wednesday after making baseless claims of victory in several swing states. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images) News
Trump Roundly Ridiculed by Activists, Artists, and Others After Lying About Swing State Landslide
Prominent Twitter users claimed everything from a full head of hair to "the Commonwealth of Bradley Cooper" in refuting the president's latest lies.
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Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump at a 2015 New York gala. (Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images) News
Jared Kushner Eviscerated as 'Face of White Privilege and Nepotism' After Mocking Racial Justice Protesters
President Donald Trump's son-in-law—some of whose wealth comes from being what one user called "the highest-ranking slumlord in the country"—also implied that Black people do not want to succeed.
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A man wearing a face mask walks past a Twitter logo outside their New York City headquarters. Facebook and Twitter took steps to limit the spread of a controversial New York Post article critical of Joe Biden, sparking outrage among conservatives and stoking debate over how social media platforms should tackle misinformation ahead of the US election. (Photo: John Nacion/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) News
Progressives Warn Against Accepting—Let Alone Applauding—Twitter Ban of "Garbage" NY Post Story
"Look carefully at what Twitter is saying to justify censoring the Biden story. If applied consistently, it'd mean that some of history's most consequential journalism—the Pentagon Papers, WikiLeaks' war logs, Snowden docs, Panama Papers, our Brazil Archive—would be banned."
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