Sarah Silverman gives an unusual teaser on Donald Trump's return to Twitter

Sarah Silverman gives an unusual teaser on Donald Trump's return to Twitter ...

Sarah Silverman, a comedian, offered a surprising insight on whether Donald Trump should be allowed back on Twitter.

She spoke with George Washington and other executives about whether or not.

The comedian met with The View on Wednesday morning and offered her a glimpse into Elon Musk''s view of relocating the former US president back to the bird app. Regardless, she gave a farewell answer.

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Sarah Silverman revealed to The View that she initially felt relieved that Donald Trump had been removed from Twitter last year.

She continued that later she started contemplating how liberation affects philosophically. She said that freedom of speech also means tolerating abusive language.

Silverman stated that based on that perspective, Trump should be allowed back on the social media platform. However, upon further consideration, she believes that it might be best in the long run.

Elon Musk said he would restore Donald Trump''s banned account on Twitter if his agreement to acquire the company was completed. "I think it was not correct to prohibit Donald Trump, but that was a mistake," Musk said.https://t.co/S09flsCOAk pic.twitter.com/ruLJHShTMD

Following a fire on the US Capitol building on 6th January 2021, Trump was denied access to Twitter and other web sites. Several supporters were fired up by his tweets, but the attack was alleged to be his intention to halt Joe Biden''s victory.

After closing the massive $44 billion Twitter agreement, Twitter''s new owner declared that he would lift the Twitter prohibition on the politician.

The whole point of Silverman''s argument comes down to what Americas founding fathers considered when they were drafting the Constitution.

#UPDATED Germany''s anti-cartel watchdog said Wednesday that Meta, the company that owns Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, has been placed under close scrutiny for any potential abuse pic.twitter.com/tC56Mi3LsF.

Silverman also referred to the Second Amendment as a model. She said that the particular fundamental right was an outdated rule, which was developed by framers who rejected the idea of AR-15 rifles.

Silverman argued that the same concept could be applied to social media sites. The Founding Fathers did not anticipate either Twitter or the profound effect it had on the masses.

The 51-year-old actress reportedly used Nazi Germans to demonstrate her point. However, she later flipped, which could be because of Germans cracking down on social media sites. They might have realized the power of misinformation after learning from the country''s history.

Elon Musk is dissatisfied with people attempting to overthrow our government by restating Trump. The movement towards Autocracy continues.

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