Conspiracy theorist extraordinaire Alex Jones predicts second Civil War, sparking Twitter uprising of #SecondCivilWarLetters
How I miss the cool dampness of my basement bedroom, the piping hot Pizza rolls you'd bring to me- the women here in the cities are very mean; how I wish you were here to tell me I am your big soldier boy. #SecondCivilWarLetters #SecondCivilWar #4thofJuly2018 pic.twitter.com/AC8LXBGp1Y
— Charles Walsh (@cwalsh516) July 4, 2018
My dearest Ben,
I came across a wounded red hat today along the road. He begged for me to help him. I must admit, he was in such a piteous state I couldn't help myself. I gave him my remaining thoughts and prayers.
He died anyway.
— A.J. Bass (@AnjikoZ) July 4, 2018
My Beloved Reginald,
The tides of war are turning in our favor.
Our scouts crept into the enemy camp and planted "Happy Holiday" cups among the enemy. They turned on each other immediately.
The cries of "War on Christmas" were heard for miles.#secondcivilwarletters
— tiffanie wilson (@tiffaniewilson1) July 3, 2018
— Mike D. (@mikedo_d) July 3, 2018
Facebook algorithm deletes part of the Declaration of Independence for violating site’s “hate speech” restrictions
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) July 3, 2018
— JustinLX (@Justinxv) July 3, 2018
New York Times reassigns reporter Ali Watkins following Justice Department investigation that exposed her relationship with Senate Intelligence Committee aide
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) July 3, 2018
Sex workers leave Twitter for #Switter. An exodus of more than 100,000 sex workers have flocked to Austrian-hosted site https://t.co/9K8TrzQ1Wg after the passage of a controversial US law that is increasing violence for sex workers. https://t.co/GcZDjkfuSs #sexwork
— PACE Society (@PaceSociety) June 29, 2018
Rich Man, Pour Man: All heck breaks loose after Trump misspells a word in a tweet boasting of his writing prowess
TRUMP: I pride myself on my ability to write
ALSO TRUMP: I don’t know the difference between “pore over” and “pour over” pic.twitter.com/yha1N8uyVM
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) July 3, 2018
Another one of those tweets that sure seem staff-written.
Regardless: President Trump didn’t write any of his books. Ghostwriters on all of them. https://t.co/IuWekRDnJg
— Tim O'Brien (@TimOBrien) July 3, 2018
South Carolina cops demand that high schools remove from summer reading lists books that create “distrust of police”
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