Andrew Caballero-Reynolds / AFP via Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump walks off Air Force One after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on Dec. 31, 2020. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds / AFP via Getty Images)
Blaming President Donald Trump for a massive security breach at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Big Tech responded to the chaotic protests and rioting by muzzling the president.
Twitter zapped three tweets into limbo and suspended his account for 12 hours, according to NBC News. Among the tweets that the social media giant decided could not be shown was one from the president trying to quell the violence at the Capitol.
The suspension had expired as early Tuesday morning. However, there were no new tweets posted as of mid-morning Eastern Time.
Facebook and YouTube also took down that video, in which Trump repeated his contention that the election was irreparably marred by fraud and