After last week’s Capitol Riots YouTube joined other social media platforms by temporarily suspending President Donald Trump’s channel. Also, they removed a video for violating its policy against unlawful violence. Since Trump’s violent mob of supporters stormed the Capitol in Washington DC last week. And now he has been prohibited from all of the social media platforms which he was using as a megaphone during his presidency. All of the social media platforms have forbidden him to use his account because he is causing a lot of trouble through social media after the election of Joe Biden as the President.
YouTube Stands Against Donald Trump
Youtube stated, that with all the ongoing potential for the violence they removed Trump’s new uploaded video from his channel. And also because of the threat of increasing the violence through his video. Now his channel has been prohibited, and he will not able to upload any video for a minimum a week.
Youtube also said that they will disable all the comments on Trump’s channel for some safety purposes. The violent invasion of the US Capitol which temporarily rattled Bidden’s election victory. And made Facebook suspend Trump from both Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook Stands Against Donald Trump
Mark Zuckerberg, chief of Facebook accused Trump of increasing violence through his posts. And he is believing that he will again post the same kind of post publically. On the other hand, Twitter deleted Trump’s account and impoverished him from his favourite platform.
Twitter Stands Against Donald Trump
Twitter had been already marking his tweets disputed for his election outcome tweets with warnings. The company also had to delete more than 70000 accounts who posted peculiar QAnon conspiracy theory which states without any evidence that Trump is pursuing a secret war against a global cabal of satanist liberals. Snapchat and Twitch too hit Trump with suspensions.
Trump’s YouTube Overview
Trump’s YouTube channel has an approx of 2.77 million subscribers. In his home page, a video Trump claimed doubt in the voting process in November’s presidential election has bagged 5.8 million views. Youtube was called out by an activist group for joining other platforms in dumping Trump’s account, they also threatened the company and advertised a boycott campaign.