“There violence and racial injustice have no place in our society and we are together with all those who seek peace, love, equality and justice in America, “said a spokesman for the company. Snapchat thus becomes the second social, after Twitter, to put a brake on the declarations of the president. Already in recent days, the microblogging site had decided to brand two tenants’ tweets as “potentially fake”. White House which insinuated the risk of fraud in voting by mail. A modality he strongly discouraged in view of the November vote, and which would increase the participation.