Trump being President and his incessant use of Twitter has led people to become quite polarized, especially in his replies. He uses Twitter to push his agenda or call out people that he doesn’t like, like the media and certain individuals.
We have also seen people calling for Trump’s account to be suspended by Twitter for a while now and their prayers were answered in a bizarre way.
Twitter revealed that earlier today, Trump’s account was deactivated due to human error for 11 minutes, which is not long to be honest.
Earlier today @realdonaldtrump’s account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error by a Twitter employee. The account was down for 11 minutes, and has since been restored. We are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again.
— Twitter Government (@TwitterGov) November 3, 2017
When they did their investigations, they found out that tit was done by a Twitter customer support employee who had done this on the last day of employment.
You would think that people would be concerned by the actions of the outgoing Twitter employee, but the opposite was true.
Give that employee a raise (but the employee is leaving SMH)
Please don’t… And give that employee a raise
— Burt McGirt (@xBurtMcGirtx) November 3, 2017
Best moment of 2017
This is my best moment of 2017. pic.twitter.com/LNKGKwWBVm
— I'm Sorry Aunt Lydia (@TinaMcGugan) November 3, 2017
Let it happen again
Please let it happen again
— b mak (@24ibelieve) November 3, 2017
There was world peace for 11 minutes
Why would you not let this happen again? The world was at peace for 11 minutes.
— al2169 (@al2169) November 3, 2017
Some called for the employee to get a statue
does this person get a statue in their honor for doing a heroic thing?
— Rob @ #BlizzCon (@RobertAWing) November 3, 2017
Or a medal of freedom
Give this person the medal of freedom
— The Dog Saint (@LJtheDogSaint85) November 3, 2017
Some said Twitter lost a ‘good’ employee
You lost a good employee. You need more like him/her.
— karenskornerwpg (@Livinat40) November 3, 2017
Some wanted to buy the employee beer
We're gonna need a name.
About 70 million people want to buy em a beer. 🍻 🍻 https://t.co/Pn5HhDvnrt
— Jamie Carter #Resist (@JCTheResistance) November 3, 2017
Best use of a last day
Best use of a last day ever
— Lisa (@Lisa98001) November 3, 2017
Others imagined how that ex- Twitter employee felt like after deactivating Trump’s Twitter account.
How that ex twitter employee felt the minute the account was pulled. pic.twitter.com/NWX3NjUvWL
— riotsquirrel (@that_sqrrrl) November 3, 2017
Twitter did not reveal the name of the said employee who decided to deactivate Trump’s account today, but expect he/she will have to face legal issues later on. Although we don’t know who did it, some decided to make fun of the issue by penning down a fictional scenario of how it might have happened.