@realdailywire, lawyer. previously: head writer, tucker carlson tonight. email@example.com
Nov 12 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
this is wild. in its indictment of Doug Mackey, a guy with 50,000 Twitter followers who shared a meme mocking Clinton voters, the DOJ claimed that he had more political influence than NBC News , Newt Gingrich and Stephen Colbert
This is from the factual findings of federal Judge Nicholas G. Garafus based on government arguments. Full text: casetext.com/case/united-st…
Oct 23 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
during george floyd trial, chief medical examiner & prosecution witness Andrew Baker admitted under cross examination that Chauvin's knee did not cut off Floyd's airway ... it is a travesty how this trial was covered
Baker privately told colleagues days after Floyd's death that the level of fentanyl in his system was "pretty high" and would be fatal under normal circumstances, according to a contemporaneous memo from prosecutor Amy Sweasy. Under public pressure, he later stated that neck compression -- for which there was no physical evidence -- contributed to Floyd's death.
Jun 2 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
twitter "brand safety" expert departs, has previously tweeted grievences against whites
how did this person last so long @elonmusk
May 27 • 10 tweets • 5 min read
after Chat GPT arrived, dozens of existing @ycombinator startups suddenly decided they're "AI-powered" to attract gullible investors ... behold the pivots and the B.S. that is the silicon valley startup economy .. 🧵
Juicebox in November vs. Juicebox today .. now with AI
UPDATE: @wakeforestmed announces that Kychelle Del Rosario, the med student who boasted about stabbing a patient because of his politics, is now on an "extended leave." They don't elaborate on length of leave. A member of Congress has told us he will soon push for transparency.
I have again asked @wakeforestmed to elaborate on: (1) The length of the 'extended leave'; (2) Why the medical school has refused to condemn the student's decision to boast about a patient injury, publicly or internally; (3) How they determined that the stabbing was accidental.
Mar 30, 2022 • 13 tweets • 6 min read
Publicist at @wakeforestmed finally sends this. This statement is false. Federal law does not preclude Wake Forest from telling the public whether this doctor is seeing patients and whether she is still enrolled. THE DOCTOR BOASTED ABOUT MISTREATING A PATIENT B/C OF HIS POLITICS.
Wake Forest's meaningless and false reply comes nearly 24 hours after I first sought comment. The original tweet, which other members of Wake Forest's community endorsed, is below:
@CBCNews reports that a Freedom Convoy protester regrets challenging Trudeau's authority, lost his life savings, lives out of his SUV etc. cbc.ca/news/canada/ot…. There are many serious factual errors in this piece that call into question CBC's ability to report news. 1/5
First, CBC reports that "Anglehart" was arrested on February 15. As proof, CBC provides a ticket from the 10th. Further, this ticket is not proof of an arrest. 2/5
Feb 19, 2022 • 7 tweets • 4 min read
This footage shows one of many police beatings in Ottawa during the government’s ongoing crackdown on peaceful protesters. It was shot this morning by a bystander named Brian Kanabrowski.
So far, no Canadian media organizations have reached out expressing interest in speaking to the rights holder concerning this clip. If they would like to do so, they can get in touch with me, and I will be happy to connect you.