Trump-Supporting Jason Ryker Deletes Twitter Account Following US Presidential Election

A WWE star removed from television in recent months has deleted his Twitter account just hours after the US Presidential election.

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WWE star Jason Ryker has deleted his Twitter account in the aftermath of the United States election in which it seems current president Donald Trump will become only the fourth US president to be voted out of office after serving one term.

Ryker was part of the Forgotten Sons stable on WWE television. Alongside Wesley Black and Steve Cutler. He is known for his admiration of former reality TV star Trump, and caused a huge stir earlier this year when tweeting his support for POTUS amidst the race riots that gripped many cities in the United States in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis.

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Ryker’s social media comments were met with angered responses from many colleagues and led to he and his stablemates to be pulled from television. The Sons have not been on WWE programming since.

No explanation has been given for Ryker closing down his Twitter feed, but it comes shortly after voting trends began to suggest that Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden is set to win the race to 270 electoral votes.

Twitter has also placed content warnings on multiple Trump tweets over the past 24-48 hours, in which the 45th President had claimed victory and/or accused Team Biden of voter fraud.

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