Thursday Tweets — a day early in case something happens to Twitter
This post is by Unknown from West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
If Musk is really taking this site private, there are no real guardrails anymore. Rulemaking can be capricious.— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) October 4, 2022
He can elevate any idea or person he wants through recommendations and UX choices and there will be no oversight on this as a private company.
"Berry had stated that she would be in favor of bringing the MSC back for early voting next year." Just in time for the 2023 midterms.
NEW: A Texas official just moved an early voting site off of Texas A&M University’s campus because they claim it has “low turnout”— but data shows it was one of the county’s MOST popular early voting sites in recent elections. https://t.co/kkneiPzJLf— No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen (@NoLieWithBTC) October 4, 2022
Gingrich. Trump. Walker.... Christ.
Gingrich: I think Walker is the most important Senate candidate in the country because he’ll do more to change the Senate… by his deep commitment to Christ. He had a lot of concussions.. pic.twitter.com/40VkaCoFgZ— Acyn (@Acyn) October 5, 2022
Remember when the mainstream press got the vapors when Joe said semi-fascist?
Last time it (Read more...)
The term for this sort of rhetoric is “accusation in a mirror,” and scholars of genocide identify it as a major warning sign when political leaders start talking like this. https://t.co/t9aNNoIBQ9— Seth Cotlar (@SethCotlar) October 2, 2022