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AOC and the Squad Drag Twitter for Caring About Harmful Tweets Now That It Affects Trump

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 4, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | October 4, 2020 |


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For years, Twitter has basically done jackshit to stop harmful tweets, but suddenly it became very pro-active about removing content celebrating Trump having COVID and/or calling for his death. This was a surprise to The Squad who has been subjected to hordes of racist and violent comments with no help from Twitter. (The Slot)

As always, Sarah has some interesting thoughts on Jamie Foxx returning as Electro, which I don’t think anyone saw coming. (Lainey Gossip)

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne still bone constantly. You’re welcome! (Dlisted)

Donald Glover low-key reveals he had a kid during the pandemic. (The Root)

January Jones is taking beer baths now. Sure, why not? (Celebitchy)

Tucker Carlson went for the douchebag crown and actually equated people blaming Trump for getting COVID with saying rape victims were asking for it. Yup. (Wonkette)

Kate Beckinsale offers her support to Chrissy Teigen and John Legend and defends them from assholes criticizing them for sharing their miscarriage on social media. (Instagram)

Just want to give a huge shout-out to Roxana who left me a motherlode of links to use over the weekend. And this isn’t even all of them!

“I spent a lot of time just being like: ‘Am I gonna die?’” How Emilia Clarke kept her health issues a secret while filming Game of Thrones. (Vulture)

Remember the guy from the viral Fleetwood Mac skateboarding video? Here he is, profiled! (LA Times)

Pulitzer Prize winner Robin Givhan writes for WaPo about the facemask as a sad national symbol. “The mask, with its ever-shifting and broadening meaning, speaks to just how exhausting it has become to be a citizen in 2020 when every single day — indeed, every hour — is a test of emotional stamina and the power of prayer.” (WaPo)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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