Trump says Facebook 'must pay a political price' for banning his account


Conservative lawmakers have threatened to undermine the monopoly power of Facebook, a popular social networking site. Former US President Donald Trump has also threatened that Facebook must pay a political price for their actions.

Conservatives in the United States have reacted sharply to the May 5 decision of continuing the ban on Trump's Facebook and Instagram account.

The day after the January 6 attack on Capitol Hill, Facebook shut down Trump's account. The move was prompted by the publication of provocative statements and videos that did not comply with Facebook's policy.

Reviewing the ban issue, Facebook's Oversight Board said the decision to ban Trump permanently was not ideal. The same rules that apply to other users should be followed. The Oversight Board has asked Facebook to decide within six months. The order means Trump's ban on Facebook and Instagram is still in place.

Trump reacted sharply in a statement. Trump says what Facebook, Twitter and Google have done is extremely embarrassing, humiliating for America. As a result, he threatened that these technology companies would have to pay a political price for their actions.

Trump says the freedom to speak freely has been taken away from the president of the United States (when he was president). It has been said that anarchist leftists fear the truth. He added that the truth will come out bigger and stronger. Trump also said that the American people will not stand up for these technology companies.

Trump called these social media organizations corrupt. He says they will no longer be allowed to destroy American democracy and the electoral system.

"Today is a day of mourning for America," former Trump adviser Mark Meadows said in a statement after learning of Facebook's latest decision. The day is also a day of mourning for Facebook. US lawmakers will work to undermine Facebook's monopoly. Facebook, like the people on their side, has endangered Trump by not giving him freedom of expression.

Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn said she is unhappy with Facebook's decision to ban Trump's account. She remarked that Mark Zuckerberg considered himself an exclusive mediator of independent expression.

Nikki Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and a possible Republican presidential candidate in the upcoming election, says Facebook and Twitter have become platforms for many militants around the world. The American people no longer trust them, because of the duality of these organizations towards Trump,

Republican Senator Ted Cruz says all liberals are celebrating banning Trump on Facebook.

The Republican leader in the House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy said Facebook is more interested in acting like the Democratic Party's super pack than in free speech and free debate. He feared that what happened to Trump today would be the same for all conservatives tomorrow. He noted that the Republican Party's majority in Congress was the only way to stop such activities.

Trump launched his platform for communication a day before he decided to continue banning Facebook. ‘From the Desk of Donald J., He has launched a new platform called Trump. Fans will be able to find out Trump's statement by registering on this platform. So far, only Trump will speak on this platform. There is no opportunity for anyone else to comment.

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