Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

Delete Your Account

By mike flugennockMonday - June 13th, 2016Categories: 2016 Election, Clintontime, Party Animals, elections, media

So, anyway, about a week or so ago, Donald Trump had one of his usual bigoted Tourette’s outburts on Twitter — nothing of note, really — to which the Clinton campaign responded curtly, “Delete your account”. Obviously, it wasn’t the Ice Queen herself, but some mouthy intern who probably thought she was being all cool and edgy n’stuff.

Delete your account, I thought… was it perhaps really a command to the People to forget everything they know about the Clintons? You know, like:

Delete your account of Hill’n'Bill’s excellent adventures in Serbia, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, the Sudan?

Delete your account of Hillary’s tenure on the Board Of Directors of Wal-Mart, whose reputation with workers has been in the toilet for years?

Delete your account of Hillary carpetbagging her way into a New York Senate seat, where she accomplished exactly nothing except to build out the infrastructure for a Presidential campaign?

Delete your account of Hillary’s support for the Patriot Act, the War On Terror, and the disaster in Iraq?

Delete your account of Hillary’s support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement?

Delete your account of Hillary’s remarks to the board of Goldman Sachs, for which she received $670,000? An average speech, for Hill, considering how much she and Bubba get per speech on any given speaking tour. Six-seventy large, man — in some parts of this country, that’d still buy you a house.

That’s just a slice of the lies, deceit, betrayal, greed and hypocrisy that Hillary, the DNC, and the aging Liberal establishment would like you to forget, so you can be “united”.

Delete your account. Hell, if there’s anybody who knows how to work a delete key, it’s Hillary Clinton.

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Angry Birds

By mike flugennockThursday - November 14th, 2013Categories: Economy, Occupy, media

Last week JPMorgan Chase, world-renowned den of thieves, decided to try and buff up their PR by staging an event on Twitter, a question-and-answer event under the hashtag #AskJPM. Needless to say, hilarity ensued.

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Don’t Retreat — Retweet!

By mike flugennockTuesday - January 18th, 2011Categories: liberty, media

As inspired by the revolution in Tunisia, and the inflammatory violent rhetoric of Sarah Palin.

I read recently that after Twitter’s records were subpoenaed by the Feds, the number of users “following” Wikileaks increased by at least 12,000. Talk about your Spartacus Moment.

Here’s one for all you Twits out there who have followed Wikileaks since forever and who followed them since the subpoenas and for all the Twitter rioters in Tunisia. Until the final victory!

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We Are All Anonymous

By mike flugennockWednesday - January 12th, 2011Categories: liberty, media

Don’t retreat — retweet!
Just to refresh your memories — those of you who’ve been totally sucked into the Gabrielle Giffords media circus — last Friday, the US Department of “Justice” served subpoenas on Twitter seeking information on the accounts of activists connected to or in solidarity with Wikileaks. The attorney representing Wikileaks has — and rightly so — termed this action “harassment”, and an Icelandic MP and former anarchist sounded the alarm in a series of outraged tweets, commenting “USA government wants to know about all my tweets and more since november 1st 2009. Do they realize i am a member of parliament in iceland?”

I’d like to encouarge everyone reading this to “follow” Wikileaks on Twitter — or get an account, if you don’t have one, and “follow” Wikileaks — and tweet the message “I Am Spartacus” to Wikileaks and any other followers you have, and point to this open letter to the “Justice” Department from Anonops, as well as retweeting any important news from Wikileaks.

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