Since U.S. Election Day (November 3), US President Donald Trump (Donald Trump) posts have reportedly been Twitter and Facebook with a total of 61" labels "because of their misleading or controversial content. Trump has always liked to attack large technology companies, saying that these online platforms often target him.
For months before this year's presidential election, trump has been making false, completely unproven allegations of widespread voter fraud and accusing the Democrats of manipulating or stealing elections without any evidence.
In response to the claim that "social media is linked to the spread of dangerous false information", and also worried that allowing trump to spread blatant lies, raising doubts about the full legal outcome of democratic elections and triggering more unrest and even violence in the United States, both twitter and Facebook were forced to implement new policies before and after the election to quell Trump's own problem.
How necessary these new policies have proved. Since the election day began counting votes (until Sunday afternoon, Pacific time), Twitter and Facebook have labeled Trump's posts (including retweets)34 and 27, respectively, because of their misleading or controversial content ".
During the period, Trump posted 54 posts on the Facebook, of which 27(50%) were tagged. 80(more than 40%) posts were posted on the Twitter ,34 of which were tagged.
Does the competitor Joe Biden (Joe Biden) post also be labeled by these two platforms? The answer is no. If you think this is a conspiracy against Trump, it's a big mistake.
If you take a moment to really read and understand the difference between the two candidates' posts, you will find that one candidate's speech needs to be dealt with like a time bomb, while the other candidate's behavior is really like running for president of the United States.