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Mostly: the new adverb that has found favor among those that rarely have any ability to distinguish between reality, and fantasy.
During the summer of rage American cities endured “mostly” peaceful protests. Mostly peaceful protests that were fueled by a mostly false narrative of racist policing. Later on, this winter, Washington DC experienced some of this rage, but one day it became a mostly false narrative of a violent insurrection to overthrow the government. This was a riot conducted by a fringe group of conspiracy theorists that were fueled by their own mostly QAnon false narratives.
In the aftermath, 25,000 troops were sent to DC, and some of them were bivouacked in a mostly comfortable parking garage. “Mostly” honest journalists call the inauguration day riots in Portland and Seattle “protests.”
Mostly honest Twitter executives may have been ignoring “mostly” harmless child pornographers on their “mostly” woke platform.
A minor boy and his mother are suing Twitter, alleging that it benefited from and neglected to remove an exploitative video — featuring him and another minor — which was retweeted thousands of times and at least 167,000 views on the platform.
Announced on Wednesday, the federal lawsuit claims that the minor, John Doe, and his mother repeatedly contacted Twitter about the content, but the social media giant allegedly didn’t suspend accounts distributing it until a federal agent from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) intervened.
Most messages of healing and unity are rarely taken seriously by those who propose them. They are mostly stated as virtue signaling that they are mostly smarter, and more compassionate than anyone else.Published in