Twitter used the Ivana Trump death to allow users to make a disgusting dig at their ex-husband.
Following news about the death of former President Donald Trump’s ex-wife, an “In memoriam” item trended on the platform: “Ivana Trump, ex-wife of Donald Trump, dies at 73.” But right underneath the “memoriam” was another item that mocked Ivana’s demise: “Trending with Wrong Trump, Ivana Trump.” Leftists on Twitter pounced on the platform’s “Wrong Trump” trending item to wish death on the former president. Jeff Pearlman, podcast host spewed: “I see ‘Wrong Trump’ trending. Not gonna lie—I’d said that to my fam a few minutes earlier. I don’t root for deaths. But [sic] exception can be made for an aspiring authoritarian with nary a decent bone in his body (who, for that matter, openly celebrated John McCain’s death.”
— Zach Montanaro (@ZachMontanaro) July 15, 2022
Comedian Brad Wollack tweet-screeched: “BREAKING: Wrong Trump Dies.” Twitter did not respond to MRC Free Speech America’s request for comment about why the platform allowed “Wrong Trump” to trend alongside the “memoriam” about Ivana.
Twitter’s so-called trends are batting .1000 as of late, considering how the platform recently suppressed key facts of a viral, reported rape incident in Ohio because they didn’t fit the leftist narrative.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reportedly confirmed to Fox News Digital July 13 that a person who allegedly raped a 10-year-old girl, Gerson Fuentes, was a “Guatemalan illegal immigrant.”
According to reports, the girl later requested an abortion in another country. In Twitter’s “trending” page item on the story, the platform instead characterized Fuentes simply as a “Columbus man” charged for “allegedly impregnating a 10-year old girl,” omitting the “illegal immigrant” part.
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