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Ben Carson reacts to Trump being banned from Twitter “Silencing a significant number of voters and erasing history is no way to unite us; it only further divides”

by Paul Goldberg

Friday, HUD Secretary Ben Carson responded to President Trump being permanently suspended from Twitter in a series of tweets.

Carson wrote:

Silencing a significant number of voters and erasing history is no way to unite us; it only further divides. Big tech & social media platforms want to act like media orgs but don’t want to be held accountable with the rest of media. Speech should be free whether you agree or not.

You want to ban @realDonaldTrump, fine you’re a private company, but @Twitter deleting the President’s account which highlights this admin & its history is wrong. @Facebook &  @instagram banning all images from the Capitol riot is a dangerous precedent to set. We aren’t in China.

Ben Carson reacts to Trump being banned from Twitter "Silencing a significant number of voters and erasing history is no way to unite us; it only further divides"

Carson also wrote Friday “As a Nation we need to heal. I have not talked to anyone about invoking the 25th Amendment, and I am focused on finishing what I started in uplifting the forgotten women and men of America. It’s time to move toward peace. We are not each other’s enemies!”

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