Donald Trump Criticizes ‘Big T’ with Babylon Bee Satire Article About Twitter

  • Donald Trump Criticizes ‘Big T’ with Babylon Bee Satire Article About Twitter

Donald Trump Criticizes ‘Big T’ with Babylon Bee Satire Article About Twitter

The story was from the Babylon Bee, a satire news site.

President Donald Trump on Friday shared a story from a known news satire website seemingly in earnest, using the fake report to blast Twitter's handling of dubious allegations against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Mr Trump's remarks follow action taken by social media sites including Twitter to censor content deemed "misinformation", leading to the suspension of the Trump campaign's official Twitter account on Thursday. Find out more here!

President Donald Trump is photographed at a conference room at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, on October 4, 2020.

The Babylon Bee has embraced Mr Trump's endorsement, and has responded with the article "President Trump Declares The Babylon Bee His Most-Trusted News Source". Why is Twitter doing this?

Until Trump's retweet, The Babylon Bee's most famous fake article was about how an appeals court overturned the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

US President Donald Trump shared a satirical article Friday about Twitter shutting down to slow the spread of negative news on his election rival Joe Biden, apparently unaware that it was a joke. Mainly because it isn't true.

"Sleepy Joe Biden had an extremely bad displaying last night, in spite of the fact that @GStephanopoulos did not ask him some questions about his being "corrupt politician" Enormous Tech & Lamestream Media are working hard to hide this corruption!" "Bringing more focus on Sleepy Joe & Big T", he captioned this article.

FTrump's fake news tweet explained!

"The President admitted to refreshing the Bee's homepage "sometimes hundreds" of times per day for the latest stories". We are reassured that he knows they are fake: "He does know it's satire", editor-in-chief Kyle Mann told The New York Times this month.

Trump tweeted an article from The Babylon Bee, a parody news website with a conservative slant.

Mr. Trump, a prolific Twitter user, was asked about his social media activity during the ABC event after he recently shared a conspiracy theory on the platform about Mr. Biden and Osama bin Laden. "I don't take a position", Mr. Trump said during the town hall Thursday. People can decide for themselves. I wouldn't be able to get the word out, "argued Trump". "You're the president, you're not like someone's insane uncle who can just retweet whatever".