Skip to main content

The backstory is well known: Donald Trump, while serving as President of the United States, was banned from major social media platforms for inciting violence following the Capitol Hill assault on January 8th, which cost the lives of five people.

This tear has torn the invisible veil of inviolability that protects the critical places of institutions.

Yet, the fiery words, launched by the tycoon on his own social media accounts, have inflamed the passions of many who went so far as to storm the parliament, giving rise to picturesque, if not brutal, scenes, and I think primarily of the person with their feet on Nancy Pelosi’s desk or the boy with the elkhorn headdress and wolf fur.


Our in-depth analysis of the topic

The full list of social media platforms that banned Trump is available here