Vote the GOP out in 2020.
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Bernie or Biden? I don’t care. Let’s focus on getting rid of #MitchMcConnell
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During an all-hands staff meeting on March 22nd, an employee asked why the company refrains from using its AI to kick white nationalists off the site. After all, Twitter had previously ushered a sweep of bans on accounts pushing Islamic State propaganda. The answer was unsurprising for anyone who’s ever perused Twitter: Content filters created to identify hate speech could potentially result in Republican politicians being banned, an executive explained.
So who, exactly, could potentially be banned if filters like these were created? For starters, there is Rep. Steve King of Iowa who has, for the third time, quote-tweeted white supremacist propaganda by an open white nationalist. Then there are others who get the job done themselves: Republican candidate Paul Nehlen got himself banned all on his own after posting a racist tweet about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Twitter told Motherboard that this statement from the employee “is not [an] accurate characterization of our policies or enforcement — on any level.” Meanwhile, Facebook has begun explicitly banning white nationalism and white separatism.
This news, of course, arrives just days after Donald Trump met with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to complain about losing followers. Originally, the meeting was set up to discuss ways to “protect the health of the public conversation ahead of the 2020 U.S. elections and efforts underway to respond to the opioid crisis.” Instead, it quickly turned into a personal FAQ opportunity to ask why his follower count had dipped. According to two people close to Trump, he also “repeatedly griped to associates about how his predecessor, President Obama, has had more Twitter followers than he has, even though — by Trump’s own assessment — he is so much better at Twitter than Obama is.”
Lol. Trump is freaking out because Twitter is fact checking him. 😂😂😂😂
#wearamask #fuckyou #maga #covid_19 #morons #nashville
The current DOJ is a criminal operation
I’m Afraid of Americans
Evening Walk #roxy #dogsofinstagram
Yeah, I posted this two years ago. Where is the lie, has anything changed…
This woman was asked by a Black man to put a leash on her dog, which is the park regulation. Rather than comply, the woman decided to threaten him with a 911 call. This is a perfect example of why Karen-ing isn’t a joke. Underneath this commitment to recklessly calling the police is an indifference to the often deadly consequences of such a call for Black folk. In this case, it seems worse. This woman appears to be deliberately punishing the man for his reasonable request by summoning the police. Fortunately, this brother made it out ok, as he walked away after finally leashes her dog. Too often, though, this isn’t the case. When white women weaponize their fragility by calling the cops, Black people can die. RP @marclamonthill
This guy looks like my very first boyfriend with the red hair and the mustache and all… And the sense of humor. #PickMeUp
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