Kekeletso Nakeli-Dhliwayo
2 minute read
14 Jan 2021
4:30 am

Silencing a divisive voice

Kekeletso Nakeli-Dhliwayo

Although Trump did not participate in the unrest, he acted as an accomplice with his words.

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Finally, Twitter stopped giving airplay to a person who had the potential to start wars, sow division and light the match to an anarchy that we all may have not been prepared for. It took the loud-hailer away from a man who speaks before he thinks. We breathe a sigh of relief as some semblance of order will be restored and we are led by men and women who are principled in line with the greater good of a global population. The US Capitol was stormed and President Donald Trump’s incessant rhetoric that the election had been stolen was the...