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Halloween Name Griswold
This stance from Twitter seems REALLY untenable. Who decides which political views are "inflammatory"?
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Vince allison 10 Oct 17
I did it to moochelle an got banned twice an on fb too
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Landon Beall 9 Oct 17
Hey , you do realize you’re basically handing her an easy win in Tennessee? Maybe don’t cherry pick which political ads are okay?
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Landon Beall 9 Oct 17
FWIW, I say this as someone who’s from Tennessee, knows the political climate, and has been bombarded by these ads everyday.
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Jeff Walton 9 Oct 17
Replying to @HashtagGriswold
I think she’d be glad - simple campaign announcement video has now become a news story and highlights her pro-life record to primary voters
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Halloween Name Griswold 9 Oct 17
Replying to @jeffreyhwalton
Oh absolutely... and for free!
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Jodi Ochstein 9 Oct 17
It was factually inaccurate.
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Halloween Name Griswold 9 Oct 17
Even if we permit that this is true: 1. That's not the excuse they gave. 2. Many, many political ads are.
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F. 10 Oct 17
Beginning of the end. Twitter was what FB and Google weren’t; impartial
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Patrick 🇺🇸🎶🇨🇮🖋🎹💥🇺🇸 10 Oct 17
Easy answer to the question: The Left decides.
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Concerned Citizen 10 Oct 17
shameful censorship of the terrible and tragic truth.
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VK 9 Oct 17
Replying to @HashtagGriswold
Twitter and Google need to be AT&T'd
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Una Paloma 9 Oct 17
YouTube’s doing it, why not Twitter too. ugh
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Jon Kinsley 10 Oct 17
Good morning! Great job on & Prayers you & your family have a great day...God bless! 👍😃✌
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