Twitter asks users to verify when sharing ex-President Obama’s handwritten note about General Flynn


Users share ex-President Obama’s handwritten note directing investigations against General Flynn, Twitter asks them to verify themselves

A United States federal appeals court dismissed the criminal case against President Trump’s former national security adviser General Michael Flynn. The court dropped the case after the prosecution submitted last-minute documents asking to drop the prosecution.

The U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said in a 2-1 ruling that the Justice Department’s move to abandon the case against Flynn settles the matter. A part of the documents that were presented before the Court of Appeals was a handwritten note by ex-President Obama and his VP, Joe Biden directing officers to start operations against General Flynn.

The General Flynn case has already assumed huge political mileage due to the closeness of General Flynn to President Trump. This note feeds the assumption that it was ex-President Obama and his VP, Joe Biden who started the operations against General Flynn with the intention to slander and remove him.

The handwritten note given below is particularly harmful to ex-VP, Joe Biden who is now the Democrat contender for Presidential elections of November 2020.

Twitter blocks American’s from sharing this handwritten note

A Twitter user, Lacey Lance with handle @Asa789 tweeted that Twitter asked her to confirm her mobile number when she tried to tweet ex-Prez and VP’s handwritten note.

Many other Twitter users also reported similar issues when sharing the handwritten note. The Republican supporters have been trending #Parler and asking their supporters to join the Parler App due to banning of right-wing and Republican accounts and the labeling of President Trump’s tweets by Twitter in the recent past.

Trump though was happy with the Appeals Courts’ decision and tweeted just moments after the ruling became public: “Great! Appeals Court Upholds Justice Departments Request to Drop Criminal Case Against General Michael Flynn.”


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