Twitter Accidentally Reveals Big Tech’s Ability To Cut Trump Off From The World

( Social media giant Twitter has repeatedly and consistently silenced tweets made by the president in recent years, opting during and after the election to add labels to tweets about election fraud.

Over the weekend, our social media overlords went one step further, banning users from interacting with tweets published by President Donald Trump.

On December 12, the president reminded his followers that he won the election in a landslide, citing massive evidence of widespread voter fraud that includes video footage, witness testimony, and data analysis.

“I WON THE ELECTION IN A LANDSLIDE, but remember, I only think in terms of legal votes, not all of the fake voters and fraud that miraculously floated in from everywhere!” he said.

“What a disgrace!”

Users were unable to interact with the tweet, meaning they couldn’t “like” or “reply” to it.

In another tweet affected in the same way, the president asked which Republican Governor was worse – Governor Brian Kemp of Georgia or Doug Ducey of Arizona.

“They allowed states that I won easily to be stolen,” he said. “Never forget, vote them out of office!”

It’s pretty obvious why Twitter did this, and they told users who tried to interact with the posts that they “try to prevent a Tweet like this that otherwise breaks the Twitter Rules from reaching more people.”

“So we have disabled most of the ways to engage with it,” the social media platform said.

However, later the “like” and “retweet” functionalities were reinstated, with Twitter publishing a statement saying it was an accident.

“We inadvertently took action to limit engagements on the labeled Tweet you referenced. This action has been reversed, and you can now engage with the Tweet, but in line with our Civic Integrity Policy policy it will continue to be labeled in order to give more context for anyone who might see the Tweet,” a spokesperson told Fox.

An accident?

How many times is Twitter going to make “accidents” like this?