Media: tweet Obama on the unrest in Charlottesville has become the second most popular in history
The message in the microblogging former President of the United States is surpassed in popularity only tweet singer Ariana Grande, published after the attack at her concert in Manchester.
TASS, August 16. Message of former President of USA Barack Obama about the clashes in Charlottesville Twitter has become the second most popular in the history of typing 2,663 million “likes” and 1.1 million “retweets”. On Tuesday reported on the website of the online resource favstar.fm tracking the activity of Twitter users.
No one is born hating another person because of skin color, origin or religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can hate, they can be taught to love. Because love is more natural to the human heart than its opposite.Barack, Obamas-President of the United States
In his record, Obama has quoted the words of Nobel peace prize winner Nelson Mandela.
First place in popularity, according to online resource, is the statement of the singer Ariana Grande, published after the attack at her concert in Manchester on 23 may, which killed 22 people, injured 59 more.
Tweet words of condolence to the families of those killed and injured scored 2,717 million “likes” and 1,153 million “retweets”.
On Saturday in Charlottesville (Virginia), clashes of right-wing activists and their opponents on the basis of the decision of the local authorities to dismantle the monument to the commander of the Confederate army in the Civil war, General Robert E. Lee (1807-1870). A few hours later espousing neo-Nazi views 20-year-old Alex fields, Jr., according to video from the scene at high speed crashed his car into a crowd of activists opposed to the demonstrations held there by the far right. As a result of the actions of fields killed 32-year-old woman, 19 people were injured. Sisters Tadrist and Mike Washington, who were among the victims, on Tuesday filed a lawsuit for $3 million in local district court against the organizers of the March of far-right groups.