Twitter caught fire after the president did not take a ‘fraudulently edited’ video of Donald Trump being ‘strayed’ before walking to Marine One on the White House lawn.
Twitter user Tom Joseph shared the video on Sunday with the caption: ‘Trump is lost [and] Wandered here. His mind goes blank and he does not remember what he is going to do next.
‘He is deep in his degenerative neurological disease – frontotemporal dementia – lizards falling and scorching in the grass towards a puddle in a stupor.’
According to Fox News, the video was added a ‘manipulated media’ tag by Twitter on Monday, but was viewed 2.7 million times.
It has since been removed or removed.
Twitter has come under fire for not taking a ‘fraudulently edited’ video, which made Donald Trump ‘stray’ before President Donald Trump walked the lawn of the White House.
Several journalists reported that the video, dated August 2019, lacked context. In the clip, Trump is seen walking on the South Lawn at the White House, where he is preparing to meet First Lady Melania Trump (pictured)
Several journalists reported that the video, dated August 2019, lacked context.
In the clip, Trump is seen walking on the South Lawn at the White House, where he was preparing to meet First Lady Melania Trump.
He appears in the converted version pointing to a puddle, but the real version of the video shows Trump warning First Lady Melania Trump about the puddle so that she doesn’t step into the water.
ABC News reporter Will Staykin tweeted on Monday that Trump was ‘just walking back here waiting for Flotus’.
“This false tweet has over 23K retweets and over 2 million views of fraudulently edited videos,” said Stakin.
In the past few months, Twitter has flagged off President Trump’s tweets.
One of the most controversial incidents came when Twitter flagged off a tweet from the president as it was ‘glorifying violence’.
‘THUGS are disrespecting the memory of George Floyd, and I will not let this happen. Just talked to Governor Tim Walz and told him that the military was with him all the way. Any difficulty and we’ll assume control, but when the loot starts, shooting begins. Thank you!’ Read tweet
That tweet was shared days after Trump killed a white Minneapolis policeman below his knee.
In July, Twitter continued its action on Trump’s account by removing a meme tweeted by the president after the New York Times filed a copyright complaint over the use of the photo.
ABC News reporter Will Staykin tweeted on Monday that Trump was ‘just walking back here waiting for Flotus’. Stakin said: ‘This false tweet has seen over 23K retweets and fraudulently edited videos over 2 million times’
Trump posted an image of himself taken by NYT photographer Damon Winter for the then presidential candidate in 2015.
The black and white photo showed a smiling Trump pointing to the camera, but in a meme with bold white text stating: ‘In fact, they are not after me when they are after you. I’m on my way now. ‘
In August, Twitter hid a notice behind a tweet from Trump warning users that the message violated company rules against preventing people from voting.
Trump tweeted at the time: ‘So now Democrats are using mail drop boxes, which are a voter security disaster. Among other things, they make it possible for one person to vote multiple times. Also, who controls them, are they placed in Republican or Democrat areas? They do not sanctify Kovid. A big hoax! ‘
A similar incident to the recently dedicated video took place in August when Twitter flagged off a clip of an interview with Joe Biden and activist Ed Barkon.
Republican Rep. Steve Scallis tweeted the video that interviewed a Democratic presidential nominee manipulating Burken’s voice, prompting Biden to agree to save the police.
Twitter slapped the video with a ‘manipulation media’ tag after Berkan accused Scalise, Louisiana’s House minority whip, of doctoring his words.
In the original interview recorded in early July, Burken, who uses a computerized prosthetic voice due to his amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), asks Biden if he agrees’ we can redirect some money Are ‘for public safety and mental health services.
Biden responds: ‘Yes, absolutely.’
A similar incident occurred in August when Twitter flagged a video of an interview with Joe Biden and activist Ed Barkon
The screen above the screen in the original interview (left) reflects Barken’s question, compared to the version proven in the video shared by Rep. Steve Scalise (right).
The clip inserted the words ‘for the police’ into Berken’s question using the same computerized voice.
‘No police. mob rule. Total chaos. This is the result of the Democrat agenda. Ask yourself: Is this what you want in your city? ‘Scalise wrote alongside the video.
Burken reacted to the post shortly thereafter and called Scalise to take down the video.
‘These are not my words. I have lost my ability to speak, but not from my own agency or my own thoughts. ‘
‘You and your team have proved my words to my political advantage. Please remove this video immediately. You apologize to the entire disability community. ‘
Scalise eventually took the video, but his office insisted that the video accurately portrayed Biden’s stance on police reform.