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Posted on 12/18/2018 10:23:39 PM PST by ransomnote
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I saw a call for pallets yesterday to get those in tents off the ground.
Can you send me a link to this...
thanks in advance.
The Democrats now own the shutdown.
Replies, “Not true, You own the shutdown. You said so.”
[Boo hoo is implied].
“Would you rather I said ‘If you like your shutdown, you can keep your shutdown.’?”
Max Boot is such a tool. He needs a max boot up his...
Hi, Red.. Yes, that outcome (presiding over Tribunals) would be so comforting. Being certain of it would help me out a lot. You know what I mean.
Dang! She is HUGE!
Well, he should withdraw immediately.
Don Lemon says he is one of the biggest terrorist threats in the US today (well, except for DL’s butt-boy friend).
You are appallingly awesome. Thanks for the Oracle!
There is another one before that 2639
About WaPo fake news
Nevermind I see it now by Michelle obanana
"On Deck" means the guy who is going to bat next. "Batter's Box" is the chalked square that the current batter stands in.
Well, eeer, yeah, that’s one way to put it.
Don Lemon too, he deserves some special attention.
Chris Rock: There is a boot-er and a boot-ee involved.
Raised by 197,013 people in 4 days
Did you guys see the responses?
OH DEAR GOSH! Better than ice cream!
LinkedIn cofounder reportedly funded Russian-style influence campaign in Alabama race
an hour ago
Billionaire LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman put $100,000 into an experiment that adopted Russia-inspired political disinformation tactics on Facebook during last year’s special Senate race in Alabama, The New York Times reports.
Hoffman did not immediately comment on the report. One of his partners told the Times that Hoffman does not micromanage the political projects he funds, and may not have been aware of the projects tactics.
During the 2017 special Senate race in Alabama, the projects organizers created a fake Facebook page designed to attract conservative Republican voters. Once they had built an audience, the page criticized Republican candidate Roy Moore and urged its followers to vote for a write-in candidate, according to an internal report on the campaign obtained by the Times.
We orchestrated an elaborate false flag operation that planted the idea that the Moore campaign was amplified on social media by a Russian botnet, the report said.
One of the projects participants, New Knowledge CEO Jonathon Morgan, called it a small experiment that wasnt intended to affect the outcome of the election. Democratic candidate Doug Jones beat out Moore by fewer than 22,000 votes, in a race where campaigns spent $51 million and garnered 1.3 million votes.
The research project was intended to help us understand how these kind of campaigns operated, Morgan told the Times. We thought it was useful to work in the context of a real election but design it to have almost no impact.
Hoffman emerged as a sharp critic of President Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election, and pledged to spend millions of dollars to help Democratic candidates improve their digital tactics in future elections.
Last summer, Hoffman teamed up with billionaire Zynga cofounder Mark Pincus to launch Win the Future, with the goal of steering the Democratic Party toward policies that are pro-social, pro-planet and pro-business.
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