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T. Greg Doucette
Ex-computer scientist, now criminal defense attorney & host of . Dog lover. conservative. Proud alum of and .
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T. Greg Doucette 7h
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This entire sub-discussion in my @'s is fascinating in its obtuseness
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Guy Hamilton-Smith 8h
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I just want to know what possesses people, grown ass adults, to think treating anyone like that is acceptable?
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Christopher D. Long 9h
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And on the other side, doubtless George Clayton has professionally benefited from racism. He's projecting.
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T. Greg Doucette 9h
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Also, for those who care: racial quotes in college admissions have been unconstitutional for 40 years now
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T. Greg Doucette 9h
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Only took 16 minutes for a "*YOU'RE* THE RACIST!" tweet Never change, Twitter
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Julie Laumann #FBPE 🌎 9h
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Racists love to blame "poor life choices" for black poverty and crime, yet impugn black achievement as unearned. Damned if you do, damned if you don't.
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space_junk 9h
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Imagine the life of a guy that does this on his free time. He's the crazy racist fox news grandpa that his kids won't let be unsupervised with the grand kids.
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Elizabeth 🌎 Picciuto 9h
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imagine searching through hashtags and looking at avis to do this.
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T. Greg Doucette 10h
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And brings back the oft-asked question of the Papaya POTUS era: if you were to create a political party explicitly dedicated to white supremacists, what would it do differently than Trump's GOP? 🤔
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T. Greg Doucette 10h
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I'm genuinely curious how many people he's @'d with this bullsh*t I count 5 so far between the prior tweet and this one Seems like a pattern of deliberately harassing behavior
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T. Greg Doucette 10h
So it turns out this George Clayton guy, Democrat-turned-Trumpist Republican, used to be a bona fide elected official in Texas. It's a not a bot. He just truly enjoys tweeting casual racism at minorities. The fragility of The Master Race™ is real...
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neontaster Apr 21
Ahh, that wonderful time of year when kids find out if they got accepted to college. Good chance to [checks notes] tweet minority guys and girls telling them they probably didn't earn it.
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T. Greg Doucette 12h
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**POLL TIME**: What's your preferred approach, mute or block?
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T. Greg Doucette 12h
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And now I'm rethinking past practice and just blocking all the previously-muted trolls, which is a rather long list
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T. Greg Doucette 12h
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But then I saw the below take from yesterday, basically arguing the opposite approach, as a way to spare other followers (and potential new followers) the annoyance of wading through the bullsh*t.
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T. Greg Doucette 12h
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A few days back, amid a post about the fragility of The Master Race™, a friend offered a perspective I've adhered to for awhile. Mute rather than block, so the Alt-Reich can keep tweeting away without noticing no one's listening. That's time they can't spend trolling elsewhere.
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