A majority of Americans has ended the term of Donald Trump and has hung a label that he hates: loser. Without going any further, in social networks like Twitter your account appears when users search for the word ‘loser’ (loser, in English), something that surely does not make the Republican tycoon very funny who threatens –without evidence- to fight in court.
Numerous tweets also carry el hashtag #Loser, turned into a ‘trending topic’ in the last hours, and that same word accompanying an image of Trump with a grumpy appearance has circulated in a truck throughout the country, an initiative that also went viral in the last 48 hours.
— MadDogPAC (@maddogpac) November 7, 2020
The social network of the blue bird created by Jack Dorsey in 2006 has been one of the few that has managed to counter the tsunami of hoaxes and misinformation about electoral fraud in these elections by launching warning messages such as “Some or all of the content in this tweet has been contested and could be misleading as to how to participate in an election or other civic process & rdquor; every time the account @realDonadTrump (or related) shared a tweet of these characteristics.
This proactive stance by Twitter did not please the outgoing president, who assured that the social network was “out of control & rdquor; And he continued erre que erre with his network strategy. On Facebook and Instagram, Trump has had a free hand to share all kinds of information, such as claiming victory in some states without waiting for the vote count to end, and accusations, such as when he delegitimized the vote, although the two platforms owned by Mark Zuckerberg They have included warnings at the bottom of each of the publications.