Twitter: Donald Trump is back, who are other personalities to follow?

Eccentric billionaire Elon Musk has just bought the social networking site Twitter, and the latter has decided to reverse his permanent ban on Donald Trump, and he may not stop there. Here are six personalities who could or have already made a comeback on the bluebird network.

Spectacular returns cannot be ruled out. After the takeover of Twitter by billionaire Elon Musk, the question of whether personalities whose accounts were banned during Jack Dorsey’s time can return to the social network has come up. The reactivation of former US President Donald Trump’s account may indeed pave the way for others.

Singer Azealia Banks is accused of homophobia

In 2020, the singer Azealia Banks, known for titles such as 212 or Luxury, has made numerous appearances on Twitter. He was particularly accused of homophobia and racism.

Targeting other singers, he was aggressive towards ex-One Direction member Zayn Malik, blogger Perez Hilton and the LGBT+ rights group Glaad, and was later deemed homophobic.

In one of his latest tweets, he refused to be corrected, saying: “Also homophobic… so what? [sic] I always make more dollars than you.”

Alex Jones, Sandy Hook and Pizzagate

Alex Jones, known for his conspiracy theories, was banned from Twitter four years ago. The American claimed that the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre, which killed 28 people, was only a stage for gun control activists in the United States.

Convicted Alex Jones, who was paid more than a billion dollars in compensation to the families of the victims, finally realized that the murder was real. However, this condemnation did not reduce the man’s enthusiasm for conspiracy.

In 2017, he apologized after giving credit to ‘Pizzagate’. In that case, Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager, John Podesta, were accused of running a ring of child sexual abuse at a pizza shop in Washington.

Twitter was permanently banned on September 5, 2018, after a spate of tweets that violated its internet rules.

George Zimmerman charged with revenge porn

George Zimmerman may also be among the personalities banned from returning to the social network from Twitter. In 2012, he killed Trayvon Martin, a black teenager in Florida. A murder in which the victim’s family will be acquitted before being prosecuted.

Finally, in 2015, he was banned from Twitter for posting pictures of a naked young woman. The comments included the name, phone number and email address of a young woman who he presented as his ex-girlfriend and allegedly cheated on him with a “dirty Muslim”.

A tweet that appears to be revenge porn and violates Twitter’s rules.

Martin Shkreli, ‘America’s Most Hated Man’

He is known as “the most hated man in the United States”. Marton Shkreli raised the price of an AIDS drug from $13.50 to $750 for his drug company, Turing Pharmaceuticals, now Vyera, making a huge profit.

A businessman has been banned from Twitter after launching a campaign of cyberbullying against journalist Lauren Duca. He was later sentenced to prison on charges of fraud. Released in May 2022.

Conspiracy theorist David Icke

David Icke is known for his conspiracy theories. Twitter decided to permanently ban a Brit from its network in 2020 when it claimed that its 5G network antennas were linked to the spread of the Covid-19 virus. His theories about 5G led to a series of attacks on network relays during the peak of the pandemic.

David Ickes also believes that he is the son of God on earth and that because reptiles rule the world, the British royal family is made up of lizards.

donald trump back after the capitol gates

Former US President Donald Trump was known for his increasingly provocative tweets. After several temporary bans, the leader was permanently banned from Twitter following the Capitol riots on January 6, 2021.

That didn’t stop Elon Musk from reactivating his account. Indeed, after a survey offered to its subscribers, fifteen million people voted “yes” for its return to the platform.

Elon Musk always believed that the decision to permanently remove the former president from the social network was “stupid”. The billionaire also decided to fire Vijaya Gadde, head of legal policy, trust and security, immediately after coming to power. The latter was the origin of Donald Trump’s impeachment.

However, if Elon Musk allows Donald Trump to speak on the bluebird network again, a key stakeholder may not be active there. Indeed, the former president is happy to have Twitter taken over by the founder of Tesla, but he prefers to focus on building his own social network, Truth Social.

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