Can someone please link me to me to an official twitter statement that states this occurred?
I love how the man's supporters are being called out, because the deformation and slander on Ron Paul isn't working. I love how the attackers are
going after the Ron Paul supporters, because Ron Paul's attack would be considered unfounded libel and slanderous, while his supporters are fair game.
Again, where is the proof?
A media that invented terminology for Paul supporters as being Paul-bots and Paul-tards are pushing a media hit pieces that have no official Twitter
statement, that only includes the charges of Hollywood Musicians from the the same record label, Interscope.
Odd that this only happened with Interscope artists.
Silly Hackers... Why didn't they go after artists on different labels? Why only musicians? Why not people that have more followers like Ashton
Kutcher? Or why not just hack every body. But not, just a handful of artists.
Do you people actually believe every person on Twitter handles their own personal twitter account? In most cases with the famous, it's an assistant or
Public relations person. The more famous the person, the more likely it's not that person.
Why only musicians from Interscope? Interscope is a conglomerate of Universal Music Group, which is then owned by Vivendi.
In effect Vivendi (a Company most people have never even heard of) owns Interscope... So who was the first news agency to report this hack? Rolling
Who owns Rolling Stone? Who oversees Rollingstone.com? Follow the trail and it's.... Vivendi.
Yeah, no connection there (sarcasm).
Also odd that every account that was hacked, tweeted that that they were indeed hacked almost immediately after being hacked.
I thought hacking involved guessing a password. I guess the hackers where kind enough not to change the passwords involved. So nice of them.
I hope that this is investigated impartially by Twitter. I really do...
If this is the best people have against Dr. Paul, you're doing it wrong.
edit on 13-1-2012 by squidboy because: Grammer, spelling correction.