On October 13 Twitter suspended my account because I criticized President Trump for his stupidy in not realizing that he was being played by covorting with dictators and that he should be put in front of a firing squad for the lives that he has caused to be killed.
Twitter has no problem in allowing Trump to put threatening and violent tweets out against people including suggesting that people should be beaten or executed for treason, and yet when a citizen tweets out that Trump should be subject to execution just as he suggests that people should be subject to execution, Twitter blocks the citizen's account but allows Trump to make threats of violence against people.
Twitter is clearly unfairly and unlawfully allowing the president of the United States, Trump, to manipulate this social media format for his own political reasons while at the same time penalizing and suppressing the free speech rights of the people as Twitter has just done against me for criticizing Trump.
Twitter allows Trump to make violent and threatening tweets against people and yet penalizes people for exercising their right to free speech when they criticize Trump.
Twitter's actions are wrongful and unlawful and Twitter should be investigated by the governing authorities and put out of business for its discrimatory practices and discriminations against people for their political views in violation of the First Amendment.
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@motion4justice @realDonaldTrump But there has to be a plan dumba*s. You are the stupidest f**king person on the planet too stupid to realize you are being played by the dictators that you like to cavort around with. You should be put in front of a firing squad for the lives that you have caused to be killed. Oct 13, 2019, 2:48 AM By clicking the above button, you are removing the content of your Tweet and forgoing the option to appeal this violation. Please note that the original content will be replaced with a notice stating your Tweet is no longer available because it violated the Twitter Rules. This notice will be accessible via direct URL and from your profile timeline for 14 days. Learn more. If you think we've made a mistake, submit an appeal to us. Please note that should you do so, your account will remain locked while we review your appeal.