This Thursday Meta Platforms Inc. restored Donald Trump’s access to his Facebook and Instagram accounts after a suspension of just over two years following the riots on Capitol Hill. The news was released by Meta spokeswoman Andy Stone.
It should be remembered that the sanction that Trump received on both platforms occurred after he launched a powerful message on January 6, 2021 “I ask everyone in the United States Capitol to remain in peace. No violence! Remember, we are the Party of Law and Order: respect the Law and our great men their women in Blue. Thank you”.
In the event that Trump is encouraged to use his accounts, he should be careful, because committing an infraction, you will be suspended again.
“Like any other Facebook or Instagram user, Mr. Trump is subject to our Community Standards. In light of his violations, he now also faces increased penalties for repeat offenses, penalties that will apply to other public figures whose accounts are reinstated from civil unrest-related suspensions under our updated protocol. Should Mr. Trump post further infringing content, the content will be removed and suspended for between one month and two years, depending on the severity of the infringement,” Meta president Nick Clegg said on January 25.
At the end of 2022, Twitter also restored his account, but the candidate for the 2024 presidency has preferred not to use it and remains faithful to Truth Social where he publishes daily. But, his decision obeys a contract that the former president signed and that if he violated it, he would lose thousands of dollars.
Source: La Opinion