Far-left activist set the Women’s March has required social media platforms Twitter and Facebook prohibit President Trump, claiming the president has been”inciting violence” against Ilhan Omar.”The president won’t stop. He’ll continue to issue messages that are hateful .
But you can prevent him from issuing these messages. Do the ideal thing. Suspend Trump from Twitter and Facebook,” stated the petition.The team’s co-founder, contentious activist Linda Sarsour, accused President Trump of”inciting violence against a Black Muslim sitting member of congress, placing her life in danger.
“Considering that the 2016 election, the March of the Women has attracted accusations of anti-Semitism happening within its ranks, in addition to mounting scrutiny to anti-Semitic figures.By The Daily Caller:Left-wing activist group Women’s March on Saturday launched a petition demanding Twitter and Facebook prohibit President Donald Trump in their own platforms.
The petition accuses Trump of”inciting violence” against Democratic Party Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar by tweeting a movie that spliced a comment she made about the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist strikes with footage in the strikes.The president won’t stop. He’ll continue to trouble messages . However, you can stop him from issuing those messages. Do the ideal thing. Women’s March combined the petition using a fundraising pitch Saturday in an email from co-founder Linda Sarsour, who maintained that Trump”is inciting violence from a Black Muslim sitting member of congress, placing her life at risk.
“The Women’s March petition echoed language from Democrats, who’ve also accused the president of”inciting violence” by tweeting the video.”The President is inciting violence against a sitting Congresswoman–along with an whole group of Americans according to their religion,” Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren tweeted. “It is disgusting. It’s shameful.
And any elected leader who refuses to condemn it shares accountability to get it.”Daily Wire reported that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanded that President Donald Trump take down the movie he tweeted on Friday that accurately portrayed Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) trivializing the 9/11 terrorist attacks.”The President’s words weigh a ton, along with his hateful and inflammatory rhetoric creates real danger,” Pelosi concluded. “President Trump has to take down his disrespectful and reckless video.”