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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) will be expanding her social media imprint greatly by teaching her fellow Democratic politicians how to tweet, Instagram and Facebook just like she does. The Democratic Socialist firebrand has been lauded for her prowess on social media, but despite being criticized by the Democratic establishment, they are seeking lessons from her
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House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) had the perfect response for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) over the weekend after her supporters threatened him following a social media disagreement between the two opposing politicians. What happened? On Saturday, Scalise criticized Ocasio-Cortez after she told “60 Minutes” she supports a progressive tax of up to 70 percent.
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A Twitter name change for the account of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is stoking more speculation that she could run for president in 2020. How was it changed? The name change was picked up by @CongressChanges, a Twitter bot that monitors changes to lawmakers’ Twitter accounts. The tweet stated that Warren re-named her account @ewarren.
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President Donald Trump left Democrats outraged Saturday after he blamed them for “pathetic” immigration policies, which he said are directly responsible for the deaths of two migrant children this month. What did Trump say? “Any deaths of children or others at the Border are strictly the fault of the Democrats and their pathetic immigration policies
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San Francisco has been battling an ongoing homelessness epidemic for years, but mounting piles of human feces in its streets have become intolerable for many residents — causing citizens to launch their own campaigns exposing the stinky (and dangerous) troubles of the Golden City. What are the details? Disgusted business owners and residents are using
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Most Americans place a star, angel, or another traditional Christmas symbol atop their Christmas trees. But this year, liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore decided to break with tradition. What is Moore doing? Instead of choosing a Christmas symbol, Moore has selected none other than Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — well, a doll of
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Michael Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan, voiced a dire warning to President Donald Trump Thursday, one day before the government temporarily shut down over a budget battle between Republicans and Democrats. What did Reagan say? Despite Democrats’ insistence to thwart any and all effort to build a wall on the southern U.S. border,
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Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly drew widespread criticism Friday after he said it is “inevitable” that President Donald Trump will be able to appoint a third justice to the Supreme Court. O’Reilly’s comments came after news broke that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently underwent surgery to remove cancerous cells from her lungs.
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MSNBC host Chris Matthews couldn’t keep from comparing President Donald Trump while discussing the administration’s response to the recent revelations from the Mueller investigation. Matthews was asking Philip Rucker, the White House bureau chief for the Washington Post, to comment on a recent tweet from the president declaring that he was cleared of any criminal
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Following the controversy surrounding comedian Kevin Hart, which resulted in him stepping down as host of the upcoming Oscar’s awards show, actor Nick Cannon appeared to defend Hart on social media. What happened? After Hart stepped down as Oscar’s host — following controversy stemming from seemingly anti-LGBT tweets that Hart published in 2010 and 2011
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  by Kyle Perisic A House committee is reportedly considering issuing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey a subpoena for the social media’s allegations of shadow banning conservatives. An unnamed staffer on the House Energy and Commerce Committee told Politico that it is considering issuing Dorsey a subpoena to testify before the panel after a “tense”
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  by Peter Hasson Twitter suspended conservative commentator Candace Owens on Sunday for imitating New York Times editorial board member Sarah Jeong’s anti-white tweets, but restored Owens’ account access following a backlash on social media. Owens, the communications director for conservative activist group Turning Points USA, on Saturday sent out a pair of tweets quoting Jeong’s
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  by Peter Hasson Twitter sparked backlash after suppressing Republican congressmen as part of an algorithm change that cracks down on “bad-faith actors” Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz filed an FEC complaint against Twitter and Republican Rep. Devin Nunes is looking at “any legal remedies” available Other conservatives have faced censorship and suppression as well
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President Donald Trump reacted to a major correction to an NBC News story, accusing the network of citing fictional sources. “NBC NEWS is wrong again!” he wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. “They cite ‘sources’ which are constantly wrong. Problem is, like so many others, the sources probably don’t exist, they are fabricated, fiction!” NBC News
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  by Eric Lieberman Twitter announced Thursday that a recently discovered “bug” left account passwords “unmasked” and thus vulnerable. The social media company is now advising users of the social media platform to change their passwords “out of an abundance of caution.” “I’d emphasize that this is related to our internal systems only, is not a
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In his recently released memoir, former FBI Director James Comey was highly critical of Rudy Giuliani, describing the former United States Attorney and NYC mayor as publicity hungry and lacking humility, while accusing Giuliani of using criminal cases as a public attorney to further his own political ambitions. In his book, Comey likened Giuliani, now
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Conservative Review’s Michelle Malkin joined SiriusXM host Rebecca Mansour and special guest host Sam Sorbo for a Friday interview on Breitbart News Tonight to discuss political censorship via technology companies. She dismissed “purist anti-regulation tendencies” while describing companies such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter as “quasi-monopolies” and “trusts that need to be busted.” Malkin said
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Days after Facebook, along with Google and Twitter, refused to attend a congressional hearing on social media censorship, the social network banned the account of author and free speech activist Pamela Geller for 30 days after she posted an article about Muslim anti-Semitism in Germany. Geller’s article said that “thanks to the hijrah” [Jihad by
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by Amanda House26 Apr 2018Washington, D.C.0 26 Apr, 201826 Apr, 2018 The House Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing Thursday on online censorship to examine “social media filtering and policing practices,” a press release states. “This hearing will focus on what metrics social media platforms use to moderate content, how filtering decisions are made, and
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by Charlie Spiering25 Apr 20180 25 Apr, 201825 Apr, 2018 President Donald Trump responded to artist Kanye West, after the rap superstar expressed love and support for the president. “You don’t have to agree with Trump but the mob can’t make me not love him,” West wrote. “We are both dragon energy. He is my
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