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On Thursday’s broadcast of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” DNC Deputy Chair Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN) argued that President Trump uses Twitter in a manner that is comparable to the behavior of England’s King George III.
Ellison later argued that he generally sees Twitter “as a good thing to foster communication from your government, but I think it can be used in a very bad way. Because, what he’s doing, through his Twitter account and in other ways, is circumventing the whole system to intimidate people, to pack courts, to intimidate the press, all so that he can just sort of run everything himself. And we fought a war of independence against somebody, King George, who was trying to do that. So, this is really why I’m actually kind of concerned about his use of social media, not the fact that he uses it. That’s actually a good thing. But the way that he uses it, I think is damaging to representative democracy.”
Trump should create a law requiring these types to attend 12 hours of lectures of Jordan Peterson ... Their minds have to be going in two different direction at the same time for them to come up with this stuff . ETA Paul Joseph Watson is the best at calling these fools out
The "Brains" always throb with these pseudo-intellectuals.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: Arizonaguy
Water is wet? FAKE NEWS! FAKE NEWS!
originally posted by: sine.nomine
a reply to: xuenchen
We didn't fight a war of Independence so the president could circumvent Congress and the press.
We didn't fight a war of Independence so the press could sway public opinion to their bias and Congress could line their pockets from special interests.
Erm... The point?