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Twitter bans account of Iran's top leader after Trump threat

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Didn't President-Reject Trump threaten Khamenei via Twitter?

Iran blocks social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, and censors others. While top officials have unfettered access to social media, Iran’s youth and tech-savvy citizens use proxy servers or other workarounds to bypass the controls.

Clearly, the peons can't take the truth from around the world, but Khamenei needs direct, pron, access.

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There’s no reason any world leader or governmental official who threatens individuals, groups or other countries should get a pass from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube, no matter how “newsworthy” they might be.

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The AvengerJan. 23  09:20 am JST

There’s no reason any world leader or governmental official who threatens individuals, groups or other countries should get a pass from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube, no matter how “newsworthy” they might be.

What's good for the goose is good for the gander. There's no room on social media for hateful lip from sassymouths like TreasonTrashTrump or this chump either.

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