If you know anything at all about President Trump, you know that he will fight hard and long to have the last word. He will do it to have the last tweet as well. A judge just ruled that he is not allowed to block another Twitter user who is abusive because the President is a public figure. The millions of other Twitter users have that privilege. The President’s lawyers will appeal this ruling, as they should. In the meantime, the President will be having the last laugh. Did you know that there is a MUTE button on Twitter? Here is how that works.
As Written and Reported By Andrew Malcolm for Hot Air:
I have a little shadow, it goes in and out with me.
Because America has so few fights going on, here’s another one to add to the mix:
Remember the Manhattan federal district judge who said President Trump’s Twitter account couldn’t block seven of his most annoying Twitter followers like everyone else in the world can?
Free speech rights of the annoying people. Trump’s a public figure, forfeits privacy and ability to block out opponents based on their (anti-Trump) political views.
On Monday, obeying the federal judge, the president’s account unblocked those seven people. “We’re pleased that the White House unblocked our clients from the President’s Twitter account,” said Jameel Jaffer, one of the lawyers fighting this unnecessary case.
One of the annoying accounts, a sociology professor at the University of Maryland named Philip Cohen was positively ecstatic, tweeting: “We whined. We complained. We sued. We won our First Amendment lawsuit in federal court. And now @realDonaldTrump has unblocked me. Wow!”
But wait! There’s more!
Shortly after the unblocking, the Trump Justice Department announced it was appealing that May 23 decision by…..
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