Redacción BLes– Según The New York Post, una cuenta retirada de Twitter por pretender pertenecer al recién lanzado sitio de mensajería de Donald Trump no fue desarrollada por el equipo del ex presidente.

Poco después de que el ex presidente presentara su propio sitio social, “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump“, que el mandatario utilizará para hacer comentarios en un formato similar al de Twitter, la nueva cuenta de Twitter llamada @DJTDesk o “The Desk of Donald Trump”, apareció en la plataforma y volvió a publicar las declaraciones de Trump.

“Posts copiados de Save America en nombre del 45º POTUS; Originalmente compuesto vía DonaldJTrump.com/Desk. Esta cuenta distribuye el foro en Twitter”, según una captura de pantalla publicada en el sitio web, decía la biografía de la cuenta.

Otras capturas de pantalla muestran que la cuenta tuiteaba mensajes similares a los del sitio de Trump y tenía la misma foto de perfil y el mismo banner.

Twitter había suspendido @DTJDesk el miércoles 5 de mayo por la noche, aunque no se demostró que perteneciera a Trump y se desconocía la identidad del creador.

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“As stated in our ban evasion policy, we’ll take enforcement action on accounts whose apparent intent is to replace or promote content affiliated with a suspended account,” the New York Post cited a Twitter spokesperson saying.

Following the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, the platform permanently barred then-President Trump’s account.

Twitter justified its suspension at the time by claiming that it was “due to the risk of further incitement to violence.”

According to Twitter’s chief financial officer Ned Segal, Trump’s ban on Twitter is permanent, and he will not be allowed to return to the platform even if he runs for office again. Last month, Twitter announced that the National Archives and Records Administration would not be allowed to hold the former president’s tweets on the site.

Meanwhile, Facebook also imposed an indefinite ban on the president. On Wednesday, May 5, Facebook again decided to uphold its suspension of Trump from the platform.

In his response, the former president lashed out at Big Tech firms as “a total disgrace and an embarrassment” to the United States.

Facebook’s Oversight Board, a body chosen to weigh in on content moderation decisions at the social media site, announced that it would maintain the social media platform’s ban on Trump, which was enacted on Jan. 7.

Lawmakers from both parties have expressed concerns about the influence of Facebook and other social networking platforms, with many pushing for new rules and some calling for major tech breakups.

“Free Speech has been taken away from the President of the United States because the Radical Left Lunatics are afraid of the truth, but the truth will come out anyway, bigger and stronger than ever before,” Trump said in a statement through his new communications platform “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump.”

Dawn Barlowe – BLes.com