Tweet trump of Minneapolis has flagged as violating the rules of the social network
Social network Twitter has marked the message of the President of the United States Donald trump about the situation in Minneapolis, where continuing unrest over the death of afroamericana George Floyd, as violating the rules of the company about the glorification of violence.
Earlier, trump wrote on his Twitter, which can direct to Minneapolis soldiers of the National guard, if the mayor can't get the situation under control. The President said that "or very weak radical left mayor Jacob Frey will take action and take control of the town," or he would send the city the National guard and "make it right". Trump also wrote that "we take (the situation) under control, but when the looting starts, the shooting starts".
Previously the social network Twitter has outlined one of the messages trump as containing the truth, and placed under him a warning icon with a link to the article where it says that trump lied. Trump, in response, has threatened to strictly regulate or even close social network, if they continue to drown out the voices of conservatives. Social networks say they do not inhibit someone else's point of view, though delete or block content that contradicts their rules.
Trump also signed a decree, which, according to him, is intended to remove the social networks protection against claims from the content editing. The microblogging service Twitter was later called the presidential decree on social networks "reactionary and politically biased".
Riots in Minneapolis continue the third day, people protest against the police action that led to the death of the African-American George Floyd. In the night of Friday, protesters burned a police station, law enforcement officers had to be evacuated from the roof by helicopter. Eyewitnesses reported to media that the incident was absent soldiers of the National guard, which the Governor of the state of Minnesota mobilized to quell the unrest.
The death of Floyd caused the riots in Minneapolis and other cities after the appearance of "viral" video for his detention. The record shows, as the police tackled Floyd and handcuffed him, and one of the officers leaned a knee on his neck. The detainee first few times he says he can't breathe and then losing consciousness. Floyd was hospitalized, he died in intensive care.
When this information became widespread, the leadership of the city police announced the dismissal of four officers who participated in the arrest. The city held a protest, accompanied by vandalism and fires. The investigation into the death of Floyd has joined the FBI, which declared the case a priority.