No. I won’t follow Mr. Trump.
I have a perfectly adequate brain. It’s capable of thoughtful, lucid decision-making without any interference from hysterical trolls on social media. So Twitter can save their breath.
Besides, I don’t take advice from shills. Especially advocates for the most dangerous fomenter to come down the pike in decades. As far as I’m concerned, Twitter is a willing accomplice, busily transporting unhinged rhetoric across state lines at all hours of the day and night. All social media, in fact, bears responsibility for fueling the enthusiastic ignorance afoot. And shame on them.
Facebook, Reddit, the whole bunch provide the most dangerous, destructive elements in society with the tools to undermine everything decent and civil about democracy. No questions asked. Thanks to them, the lunatic fringe has found an eager, dull-witted audience tailor-made for their twisted agendas.
Zealotry is a scary business, you know. Combine it with vengeance and self-righteous anger and you’ve got yourself a powder keg. Unrestricted social media content is a handy spark. But, on a more positive note, the spelling and grammar are entertaining.
Apparently, we need to establish some rules, add labels with pictures designating the real from the fake; conspiracy theories from actual events; wild ravings from enlightened discourse. The great idiocracy, clearly, can’t tell the difference.
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