Twitter claims that it has made an “error” in blacklisting the Students for Trump Twitter account on Wednesday. The suspension of the Pro-Trump student group has been reversed.
“We use a combination of technology and human review to surface harmful content proactively on the service,” said a Twitter spokesperson in a statement to the Washington Times.
“In this case, the account you referenced was flagged by our automated systems in error,” the spokesperson added. “This has been reversed, and access to the account has been reinstated.”
On Wednesday, Students for Trump co-chair Ryan Fournier announced that the Students for Trump Twitter account had been locked until Inauguration Day without explanation.
“Unbelievable. We are locked out of the Students for Trump account until after Inauguration Day,” tweeted Fournier. “No violations. No warnings. Nothing.”
We are locked out of the Students for Trump account until after Inauguration Day.
No violations. No warnings.