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Snitch-tagging is when you tag someone, especially someone with a high follower count, into a conversation in which the original poster intentionally chose not to tag that person. If I was the king of Twitter etiquette I'd make Rule # 1: DON'T SNITCH TAG.
If the original poster wanted to get the attention of someone, they would have tagged them themselves.
This rule holds double in regard to famous conservatives. Most such people have zero interest in good-faith public engagement. Their primary M.O. is to find their latest "libtard" victim to throw to the MAGA lions.
This is their business model--blowing up "libtard" mentions and eliciting a flood of MAGA bile and threats at aimed at someone. When you snitch-tag someone like that into a conversation, you are doing their work for them and feeding their bottom line.
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