Twitter Censors President Trump Again, Claims His Tweet “Violated The Twitter Rules” For “Abusive Behavior”

[Image source: Reuters/ Anushree Fadnavis. Fox News video screenshot. The Freedom Times compilaiton].

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to inform protesters who attempted to establish an “autonomous zone” in the nation’s capital would be met with “serious force” following a night of protests near the White House Monday night.

“There will never be an ‘Autonomous Zone’ in Washington, D.C., as long as I’m your President. If they try they will be met with serious force!” the Commander in Chief warned.

The warning came after tense demonstrations on Monday night where protesters attempted to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square Park and who targeted the nearby St. John’s Episcopal Church once again.

Law enforcement intervened, deploying pepper spray and using force to disperse the protest before the statue could be pulled down.

Fox 5 DC reported that protesters spray-painted “BHAZ” on the columns of St. John’s Church, which was apparently a reference to a “Black House Autonomous Zone.”  The news station reported that U.S. Park Police and city police managed to close the area off to protesters.

Following the Commander in Chief’s Tuesday tweet, Twitter hid the president’s tweet, claiming the tweet “violated the Twitter rules” for “abusive behavior”. However, the tweet is still accessible if you click on it. Twitter says though, they “determined that it may be in the public’s interest for the Tweet to remain accessible”. Continued Below

President Trump’s official tweet:

President Trump’s Tweet- screenshot.

Last month, the president signed an Executive Order to prevent online censorship from occurring.

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