Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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A developer retweeting a journalist retweeting I don't know who:



The text in the cropped image reads:



I suppose it's pointless to ask how the speaker knows what Trump tried to do? Presumably she can't read his mind? Nor does she supposedly have documented records of his cunning plans? So this is just a statement of opinion? How does an opinion "Trump tried to stage a coup" differ from an opinion "The election was stolen" then? Because Twitter sure as hell factchecks the shit out of the the second one, but doesn't give a toss about the first.
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