we have to give into the terrorists or they’ll do the terror again https://t.co/Dv8B0Pbioi— kilgore trout, back in some form (@KT_So_It_Goes) January 24, 2021
He says in a tweet to his half-million followers about an op-ed published in a paper with a quarter-million subscribers. https://t.co/wAYjsyLq64— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) January 25, 2021
Sidebar on social media "muzzling:"
Actually I think he called you a liar because you were saying things that were false. https://t.co/MjbFoPQVW7— Jocelyn Benson (@JocelynBenson) January 24, 2021
And the final word:
The lawsuit notes just how quickly the lies spread before the Capitol riot. “Over a 3-hour period on Dec. 21, 2020, the terms ‘dominion’ and ‘fraud’ were tweeted out together by more than 2,200 users with over 8.75 million total followers,” the suit says.https://t.co/WbSCroMxAu— Cliff Levy (@cliffordlevy) January 25, 2021
Counterpoint: If you don't let me do a 15 minute monologue on that topic at the top of your show tomorrow, then you're muzzling me.— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) January 25, 2021