After the social media giant Twitter permanently banned Donald Trump from its platform, the company got a huge wake-up call.
“Twitter stock dropped by as much as 12.3 percent on Monday morning, reaching a low as $45.17 per share,” reported Breitbart News. “The stock dip comes shortly after the company’s permanent suspension of President Trump last week.”
Twitter made its decision claiming it did not want to risk “further incitement of violence.”
Although the violence at the nation’s capital is tragic and shameful for America’s democracy, Trump’s words were not an incitement to violence, according to Mark Levin.
And noted Harvard law professor, Alan Dershowitz, stated that Trump’s language would certainly be found by the Supreme Court to be both protected and not criminal.
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