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@COsweda @drawandstrike @GeneralDilley @Quodverum_ @annvandersteel
Tim Pool wallows in his own failure to grasp WHO Trump is.
He fears an approaching Civil War.
It's just more Fear Porn, @Timcast
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told the Governors of 50 States they're being monitored by the CCP.
"We're reading your MAIL, IDIOTS!"
Then a "spontaneous" insurrection occurs.
People think President Trump won't "go there" after saying Obama committed Treason & Democrat Governors & Mayors manifest themselves as a DIRECT THREAT to National Security.
"You know NOTHING, Jon Snow."
He DWARFS Lenin.
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Cloudflare may have been pressured to dump 8chan from DDOS shielding but Facebook is still pumping news feeds with xenophobia and scapegoating for profit after getting caught for being deceptive about Cambridge Analytica. #TheGreatHack
Mad as hell about #TheGreatHack? Not gonna take it anymore? Ready to demand #DataRights? Write to your Reps about the #VoterPrivacyAct to demand your data rights for elections as fundamental, simple rights. Demand they pass and enforce before Nov 2020.
Fellow Americans, write to your state representatives and senators about #VoterPrivacyAct and demand something like it passed in your statehouse before Nov 2020. How else are we gonna hack around Mitch McConnell? #Federalism #MoscowMitch #TheGreatHack
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Anyone thinking about amending #Section230 to make online intermediaries responsible for content they didn't create...

should read the 7 principles released today—supported by 50 academics/experts and 27 civil society orgs across the political spectrum…
We value the balance between freely exchanging ideas, fostering innovation, & limiting harmful speech. Because this is an exceptionally delicate balance, #Section230 reform poses a substantial risk of failing to address policymakers’ concerns and harming the Internet overall.
Principle #1: Content creators bear primary responsibility for their speech and actions.

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@EricHolder has asked an important question:

#When was #America #ever #great?

I realize that there is a nearly unavoidable tendency to snort and spew one's coffee when they hear or read his question for the first time. But, honestly, isn't it worth the exercise to answer it?
So, @EricHolder, I'm going to do just that, and I'm going to ask my ragtag bag of followers and detractors to contribute as well.

I'm going to offer my evidence of moments of American greatness. And I'm going to ask those that read this thread to do the same.
But wait!

There's more!

I'm going to ask my detractors and antagonists (are you seeing this @fedupaton) to contribute as well, and will welcome from them both moments of greatness and moments of shame.
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