Twitter once again flagged Trump's tweet about voting in North Carolina


Twitter once again flagged a tweet from President Trump urging voters to show up at polling stations in North Carolina during the election cycle to ensure their mail counts.

Twitter once again flagged Trump's tweet about voting in North Carolina


The label was just the latest in a series of instances in which social media companies have stepped in to correct records on scattered remarks about Trump's election, which are sometimes said’ to be "rigged" and include mail. Voting is special. Victims of fraud

"North Carolina: To ensure your ballot counts, sign and send it as soon as possible. When the polls open, go to the polling station to see if it has been’ counted. If not, vote! Signed ballots will not be counted’ because you are voting. Posted. Don't allow them to take their vote away from you illegally! "Trump said in his tweet.

Trump's remarks seem far more straightforward than previous comments in which he urged supporters in North Carolina to actually vote twice - once by mail and once in person - to ensure the integrity of the system. To be tested

Still, Twitter said, "This post is to be flagged in violation of our Civic Integrity Policy, especially to encourage people to vote twice as much as possible."

Still, Twitter said, "This post is to be flagged in violation of our Civic Integrity Policy, especially to encourage people to vote twice as much as possible."


"In order to protect people on Twitter, we are making a mistake by restricting the circulation of tweets that advise people to take steps that could be illegal in the context of voting or invalidate their votes." May result. “Twitter Safety Page

Twitter said the tweet would be available on the website but with limited engagement, allowing users to tweet its value but not like, reply or retweet the post.

Saturday is not the first time social media companies have said they will deal with Trump's comments on voting because he said in a local interview in North Carolina that people should vote twice, which is illegal.

Facebook has announced that it will remove videos of interviews if the posts "did not correct the record" of voter fraud.

Last month, Twitter also issued a warning that mailboxes used for the upcoming elections could lead to fraud.

Twitter's policies note that the company considers tweets to be in the public interest if they "directly participate in understanding or communicating a matter of public concern. Exemptions in the public interest only apply to elected government officials."


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