“…authorities have the remit to dictate the way people around the world talk about the city’s contested politics.”
The woke parade continues
“the policies we’re implementing today are designed to address the reality of the challenges our country is facing…”
Stop Hate for Profit
“It’s a very progressive company, who’s very anti-MAGA.”
Perhaps you should find a new job
“Tensions ebb” in Twin Cities?
“Clean up your act, NOW!!!!”
What could go wrong?
Just the facts, Ma’am
All the signs are there
Keep calm, wash your hands, and work from home.
“And I’m not really okay with that.”
“…they have been building this operation into a nonstop juggernaut.”
“I feel like you’re negotiating with a foreign power…”
“Soros didn’t offer any evidence for his claim.”
Shut ’em down
Admits the temptation to abuse Facebook’s power is real.
“the evolutionary imperative is to get others to see us as desirable partners…”
“I’m going to rail against every boundary these people set up.”
“Internet political ads present entirely new challenges to civic discourse…”
Ms. Pants on Fire says what?
“I believe that people should be able to see for themselves…”
Desperate times call for desperate measures.
You won’t like it
“Dude has no f–ks left.”
“Protesters. ISIS fighters. What’s the difference?
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette: What’s next, crop circles?
Throw down the tech patriarchy
“I wouldn’t want my worst enemy to work there.”
Not a First Amendment issue
“When Trump won, it turned out that Google and Facebook were not magicians.”
Breaking up is hard to do
So much for free markets.
The Ministry for Social Media Truthiness?
If you’re not paying for it …
“Does that sound, like, realistic?”
“Social media — and Facebook, in particular — have some serious issues in this poll.” Uh, sure.
But don’t let that stop you from complaining
“They’re not thinking about slavery.”
“You can’t make a film without a sensitivity counselor.”
“A riot has been declared.”