Taylor Swift Calls Out Trump for Threatening Floyd George’s Protesters
31 Mai, 2020, 16:09 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
A long-brewing storm in a social media teacup erupted last week when Twitter affixed the equivalent of a government health warning to three of U.S. president Donald Trump's tweets in as many days.
In response to Trump's chilling threat of violence, Taylor Swift posted a response on Twitter.
But Zuckerberg, who said he personally had a "visceral negative reaction" to the "divisive and inflammatory rhetoric" used in Trump's post, said that Facebook did not have a policy of "putting a warning in front of posts that may incite violence".
"We will stand with the family of George Floyd, with the peaceful protestors, and with every law-abiding citizen who wants decency, civility, safety and security", Trump added.
Mark Zuckerberg also pointed to a subsequent post that Trump made, in which the president said his looting and shooting phrase was "spoken as a fact, not as a statement" and that he didn't "want this to happen". This moment calls for unity and calmness, and we need empathy for the people and communities who are hurting. He said Trump's posts didn't violate the company's policies.
However, he added that he had to speak not for just himself, but for an "institution committed to free expression". Also the Facebook CEO said he had been "struggling all day" with how to respond because Twitter did take down Trump's post.
"I know people are frustrated when we take a long time to make these decisions".
Mr Zuckerberg went on to say that the post was a warning about potential state action, which people had a right to know about.
"These are hard decisions and, just like today, the content we leave up I often find deeply offensive". After which a black man named George Floyd dies. A video of this incident has gone viral, in which a white police officer, Nabzar, is pressing the neck of George Floyd with his knee.
The announcement came hours after hundreds of troops were deployed to the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul to stem what would be a fourth night of violent protests.
The pundits had actually expected the quarterly growth figure to come in lower, with the consensus built around 2.2 per cent. The agriculture sector saw a growth of 4 per cent during the year - a sharp surge over the 2.4 per cent growth in 2018-19.
One possibility is for Wolff to remain as team principal but step back from such an intense schedule by not attending all races. The report added that if the rumours turn out to be true, it could be because of the rifts between Wolff and Daimler.
Partout les manifestants ont dénoncé les bavures policières qui frappent les Noirs de manière disproportionnée. Ils ont également demandé que Chauvin soit inculpé de meurtre au premier degré, plutôt qu'au troisième degré.
This is the second consecutive day in Delhi when over 1,100 Covid-19 cases have been reported in a day. Like before, these zones will be created by district authorities as per health ministry guidelines.
According to the World Health Organisation's 2015 data, 17 per cent of young people between the ages of 15 and 24 smoke worldwide. The challenges are enormous, but together as a community, we will surely triumph".
CWI president Ricky Skerritt said: "Cricket is the beating heart of our region for many individuals, communities, and economies". The ECB has proposed the Tests start on July 8, 16 and 24 at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton and Manchester´s Old Trafford.
During the protests, crowds cheered as the Minneapolis Police Department's 3rd Precinct was burned to the ground. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said the social network didn't put warnings on U.S.
Former Harrisonburg High School basketball standout Kristi Toliver has signed with the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA. Drafted third overall by the Sky in 2009, Toliver was acquired by the Sparks in a trade with Chicago in 2010.
In Salt Lake City, protesters defying a curfew flipped a police auto and lit it on fire, and another vehicle was later set ablaze. In Washington, the National Guard was deployed outside the White House, where chanting crowds taunted law enforcement officers.
The other countries with over 10,000 deaths are Italy (33,142), France (28,665), Spain (27,119), and Brazil (26,754). By the numbers: The death toll from COVID-19 now stands at more than 34 times the number of people who died on 9/11.
Hoeness confiant pour Sané — Bayern
Désireux de s'attacher ses services, le club bavarois semble prêt à tout pour enroler l'international allemand. En tout cas, l'ancien président de la formation bavaroise, Uli Hoeness, est très confiant à ce sujet.
La mise au point de l'agent d'Hakimi — Real
Alejandro Camano a d'ailleurs fait un appel de pied au Real Madrid pour le retour d'Achraf Hakimi. L'agent d'Achraf Hakimi revient pour confirmer la prochaine destination de son joueur.
Protests continue across America in wake of George Floyd death
Protests were underway Saturday also in New York, Philadelphia and Miami, and more were expected in western United States cities. In New York City meanwhile, a large group gathered outside a police in Harlem. "We're not turning the cheek anymore".