It remains to be seen whether this initial purge is the harbinger of larger things to come.
Trump shared a video of himself falsely alleging that children were “almost immune” to coronavirus.
President Donald Trump also shared the tweet, prompting the social media site to remove the original post.
The inability of the White House to reach Trump over the tweet brought about national security concerns from critics.
Kneeling in “solidarity” with protesters is another attempt by police to gaslight people’s lived experience of policing.
Some cities even have rebate programs for residential security cameras, provided they are registered with local police.
To counter viral videos of police brutality, police around the U.S. have started ad campaigns on social media sites.
The president had errantly suggested mail-in voting was rife with fraud, warranting a fact-check on his statements.
Social media sites regulate their own content, and Trump’s claims about free speech violations are inaccurate.
The study also suggests that COVID-19 bot activity is meant to create division among Americans.