“Extra strength fertilizer.”
“I believe in the First Amendment.”
“Haven’t you spread a lot of fake news yourself, sir?”
“We were right on the edge of Constitutional legality”
Treat all applicants the same, says …
Kill it, ignore it, call them haters.
“Democrats were too brain dead to realize those states were even in play.”
Fake news fight spreads.
“…part of the company’s uphill battle against rampant abuse on its platform.”
“You’re inflaming everyone right here right now with those words!”
“Trump is good for business right now.”
“I wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag.”
“…the reach of known operations during the US election of 2016 was statistically very small compared to overall engagement on political issues.”
“We definitely don’t want to be the arbiter of the truth.”
A perfectly good viral news headline shot to heck
“Because I know people who didn’t start in 2009.”
It’s always been biased in some way, shape, or form.
Out of context?
“You don’t need significant number[s] to commit atrocities.”
“It’s like an ethnic disparagement.”
“There’s rumors that they actually were right-wingers.”
“…even the most widely circulated fake news stories were seen by only a small fraction of Americans.”
What could possibly go wrong?
“We’re in the business of sussing out what is true and what is false.”
Some of you really should stay off the internet for your own well being
Some Senate Dems balking at select committee?
You probably didn’t know that a liquor store qualifies as “a school”
Whittle: “Maybe this is all a way to get conservative news sources to shut up.”
Echo chamber 2.0
Let’s hear more lectures from Harry Reid, Brian Williams, and Newsweek on “fake news.”