Coronavirus as hate

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A Denver Democrat (Candi CdeBaca) re-tweeted, ‘If I do get Coronavirus, I’m attending every MAGA rally I can’, with the addition, "#solidarity Yaaaas!!". (Implying she wanted to infect as many Republicans with a deadly virus that she could). While others are perma-banned for saying that someone should be tried for high crimes before the legal punishment for treason is carried out, more direct death threats like this, wasn't enough to warrant any consequences. The difference? The party affiliation of the tweeter.


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Coronavirus

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The Coronavirus is named after the fact that under a microscope it looks like the surface of the sun, with lots of little protrusions and bumps. These are series of diseases, but the one everyone is talking about for now, is the Chinese (Wuhan COVID-19, or SARS-CoV-2) that's going pandemic. Less than a month after identification (January 31, 2020), President Trump declared a public health emergency and began restricting U.S. access to non-citizens from China, and quarantined travellers on U.S. military bases for two weeks.

RealHate

This is a list of "Real Hate"... the rash of violence (>50 attacks) against conservatives or MAGA supporters that happened after the election that you may not have read or seen much about. This isn't just inciting violence, but committing it in order to encourage more of it (or to stifle the opposition). The point being that if this is news to you, and some of these are more horrific and newsworthy than lesser things that you have heard about, then that's evidence of FakeNews. That your information is being censored (filtered) and you're not getting a balanced view of reality.

Twitter

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Twitter is an enemy of free speech and tolerance. Examples include them shadow banning conservatives (and admitting it, on-tape), some of their employees getting excited about violating their members privacy (assuming those members are conservatives/Trump), and how they suppressed anti-Hillary tweets during the election. That's scarily Orwellian. It's still their company and they get to be as dicky as they want to be with it (within the bounds of the law). But I'm going to point out their moral terpitude just so that consumers can make an informed choice -- not as any call to action (legal, governmental or otherwise).