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Aaron Maté
OMG, a sober/informed Russia take on MSNBC! , who profiled indicted Russian troll farm in 2015, tells that what other MSNBC guests have compared to Pearl Harbor "is essentially a social media marketing campaign" and maybe not worthy of a national freakout
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Aaron Maté 20 Feb 18
Replying to @aaronjmate
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“Haltman” as per the DMV 20 Feb 18
I assume it’s the last time Adrian will be on MSNBC?
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“Haltman” as per the DMV 20 Feb 18
You misunderstood what I meant. He’s reasonable and NOT WRONG. The opposite of of Russiagate sycophants on MSNBC want.
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J. Matthew Smith 20 Feb 18
This analysis seems to assume that the indictments describe the extent of the campaign. IF these actions were part of a larger coordinated effort to install a president compromised by financial entanglements it’s OBVIOUSLY a political equivalent to a physical invasion
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J. Matthew Smith 20 Feb 18
Not saying we’re there yet but let’s not downplay the stakes and the potential of the damage we’ve barely begun to assess. From Now on anybody looking at one indictment or headline to create an overall analysis without looking at the totality is doing a disservice
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Wndl Bl- “qualified pass-thru” 20 Feb 18
It is, however, the kind of thing that we do to other countries, and not something that any other country is ‘supposed’ to do to us.
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Quinn Norton should be writing right now 20 Feb 18
Replying to @WndlB @aaronjmate and 2 others
this has been kind of chapping my hide the whole time. us being shocked, shocked! to find gambling is going on here.
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Moon of Alabama 20 Feb 18
Also: Posting anything political was NOT the purpose of that marketing campaign. That only increased followers. Commercial selling of product promotion to followers was the real income stream.
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Clint Warren 20 Feb 18
Can you imagine the social media participation of an American pesidential election? What a marketing bonanza. Pure genius up to a point. They never realised the political implications nor the potential blow back.
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Blue but it matters who 20 Feb 18
He torpedoes MSNBC's go-to Russia hysteria story!! I envision producers on set mouthing imprecations a la the church scene in the Graduate...
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⏳California Towhee ⏳🌏☮️#Tulsi2020 20 Feb 18
Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes and the rest of the crew prey on vulnerable Dems who believed the Clinton hype. They make millions off their dangerous lies.
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