Twitter has suspended over 70,000 accounts over the violence at Capitol Hill in the US capital, Washington. These were accounts that were sharing content related to QAnon on social media. Twitter gave this information from the official account.
Twitter shared the information by writing in a blog, saying that in view of the increasing threat of violence and harm in the American capital of Washington DC, we have suspended thousands of accounts sharing content related to QAnon.
According to the US Attorney’s Office, these people have been charged in federal court in the US violence case. The Trump supporter, who is wearing a horned cap, has been charged with deliberately forcibly entering a restricted building, spreading violence, insulting Parliament. The statement issued by the US Attorney’s Office said that Chancelle has been seen in the US Parliament building with the American flag in media and social media.
The presidential election was held in the United States on November 3 amid the Corona epidemic. In this, Democrat candidate Joe Biden won and Republican Trump candidate Donald Trump suffered defeat. Two months after the election results came, Trump did not give up at the hands of Biden and kept accusing him of rigging the election.
He also challenged the election results in the courts of several provinces, but Trump was disappointed. After being disheartened by the court, Trump trumpeted to gain the support of the people of the country, but when the Congress sealed Joe Biden’s victory, all the routes were closed for him. In such a situation, the disappointment of his supporters turned into violence.
Trump’s supporters deliberately entered Capitol Hill to create violence and sabotage. There are also reports of four people killed in the incident.