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Kathy Woods
Repping the lefty boomers.
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Kathy Woods 10h
Her comment is so petty and supercilious, it gave me hall monitor flashbacks.
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Kathy Woods 15h
Ooooohh! NBC’s amazing sleight of hand! Encountering resistance to the old Russian disinfo trope, NBC cleverly set about debunking an alternative claim that no one’s ever heard of. (But it was shared over 5000 times on Twitter and FB! OMG 5000?! No way!
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Kathy Woods 15h
Replying to @NBCNews
Can’t logically dispute the evidence of a claim? Find another one that’s BS and debunk it. Then conflate the two.
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Kathy Woods 16h
The Twitter response to Greenwald today, confirmed my suspicion that, in general, there’s an inverse relationship between a journalist’s IQ and their income.
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Kathy Woods 20h
Replying to @ajamubaraka
How TF do they sell this to the public? Ppl don’t think they themselves will be taken in by the Kremlin Playbook. I’m pretty sure it’s the credulous idiots down the street they worry about.
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Aaron Maté Oct 29
We just censored and triggered the resignation of our co-founder because we didn't want to anger centrists & also don't really value free debate. Please give us money:
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Kathy Woods 21h
Replying to @joshua__frank
Do you think it’s persuasive to take one sentence out of context and pretend that he did not substantively address each objection? Oh yeah, you’re Joshua Frank. Damn that’s 60 seconds I’ll never get back.
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Michael Tracey Oct 29
The Intercept has become like a semi-retirement home for journalists who do nothing but regurgitate conventional media pieties with a superficial “Bold and Adversarial” veneer -- and now they’ll smear their own founder in a desperate attempt to salvage whatever’s left (not much)
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Kathy Woods 22h
Replying to @goldengateblond
Nope he addressed each one point by point. Read the email exchange. He made no inaccurate stmt and he contractually had editorial control of his content. Your tweet, however is inaccurate.
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Ben Norton 22h
Reminder that The Intercept is funded by billionaire oligarch Pierre Omidyar, who bankrolls a huge network of regime-change orgs that work with CIA cutouts like USAID & NED: That makes it even more revolting that they're milking this scandal for donations
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Max Blumenthal Oct 29
Replying to @ggreenwald
Like much of “progressive” media, The Intercept has been hopelessly compromised by its attachment to a Russiagate-crazed Democratic Party and the narratives of the national security state. Much respect for your principled decision & sending you support on your next endeavor. ✊️
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Kathy Woods 22h
Replying to @ryangrim
“Not terribly interesting” insures your continued employment most likely. GG contracted for editorial control of his content. So what did he have to work out with his editor? Spelling errors?
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Michael Tracey Oct 29
Adhering to principles, and taking personal risk to maintain them, is a totally foreign concept to most of today's chronically smug media members -- who posture as brave, defiant truth-tellers but are the most banal and conformist people you'll ever meet in your entire life
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Caitlin Johnstone ⏳ Oct 29
Replying to @caitoz
Not even faking professionalism: "We have the greatest respect for the journalist Glenn Greenwald used to be, and we remain proud of much of the work we did with him over the past six years. It is Glenn who has strayed from his original journalistic roots, not The Intercept."
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Kathy Woods 24h
Replying to @caitoz
Imagine this twit trying to expropriate The Intercept’s journalistic roots from its founder. Imagine claiming The Intercept hasn’t strayed from its roots by slandering...its roots. So glad GG’s severed ties with them.
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Kathy Woods Oct 29
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
It worked for me. I just paid the annual subscription. Your tweet btw makes me cringe.
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Lee Camp [Redacted] Oct 29
Ha! The Intercept just forced their co-founder Glenn Greenwald to resign by trying to censor his writing to protect Joe Biden & now they want to use that fact to FUNDRAISE?!
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Will Chamberlain Oct 29
Glenn Greenwald's credibility was the greatest asset The Intercept had Without it, it's just Media Matters
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Kathy Woods Oct 29
Replying to @theintercept
So glad I don’t have to scroll through all those articles to find GG’s stories anymore. Bye.
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Dr. Jill Stein🌻 Oct 29
Assange is in solitary. Snowden's in exile. Corbyn's suspended by his own party. Now Glenn Greenwald's been censored by The Intercept. There's a war on truth-tellers & you could be next. "First they came for Assange and I said nothing..."
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