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Why are bots trying to convince people that there is no coup going on in Bolivia? When you type in "Friends from everywhere, in Bolivia there was NO COUP" in the search bar, there are hundreds of fake accounts putting out the same message in English.
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redfish Nov 12
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Florencia Nov 12
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We aren't fake accounts. We are actual bolivians trying to share the same message because misinformation had been rampant. There was no coup in Bolivia, we united to stand up against fraud and for democracy. It has been complicated and heart breaking but it was ppl led not a coup
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Javier Farulla Nov 12
Led by people who discrimante indigenous people, burn books and broke in to the palace with a bible on their hands. Evo broke the law but he called for elections, this time with oas viewers, so there was an institutional way to kick him out. A coup is never justified.
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Alex Georgiev Nov 12
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Sloppy, sloppy CIA.
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murwa Nov 12
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Hey! I'm in this video. I'd like to clarify that this was a job that I was paid for by a US corporation to help influence social media. There's a lot of jobs like this, they're nothing strange. Thanks!
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Luis Speciale ā˜€ļø šŸ’š Nov 12
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Busquen "Friends from everywhere, in Bolivia there was NO COUP"
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biayo Nov 12
caricia significativa!
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ZAPATISTA Nov 12
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Yup this is the social media arm of the coup
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fluxus Nov 12
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The CIA bots working overtime!
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