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Arheel's Uncle

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Arheel's Uncle

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Democrats, Social Media bias, preferential algorithims, Twitter War against a conservative Republican.

Social Media (Executive Session); Congressional Record Vol. 168, No. 115​

(Senate - July 13, 2022)​


We have always had that argument, but recently NC State issued a
report that seems to find that--particularly with Gmail--we have an
imbalance between how information is disseminated, how candidates are
able to reach out for support. What the study found is a potential
political bias against Republicans in favor of Democratic candidates.

I know that this is very important for the future of elections, for
the future of participation in elections. And, again, I don't want a
platform that biases itself toward conservatives any more than I want
one that biases itself towards liberals. But I did have an opportunity
to talk with technologists at Google, who dismissed the report.

Incidentally, Twitter 2 months ago informed me that I was not who I
said I was, so they suspended my account. I tried to go through an
appeal process and finally just decided I don't need that Twitter
account. I am wondering if that was a result of an algorithm...

There may be other reasons. We already
know that Russia, China, other state actors influence public opinion in
the United States through their views and exploitation of social
platforms.

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Arheel's Uncle

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Arheel's Uncle

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#SOYLENTGREEN trending on Twitter.

The film, Soylent Green, was set in the long hot summer of 2022.
FREE to watch, or download
here at archive.org

In the year 2022, the cumulative effects of overpopulation, pollution, and some apparent climate catastrophe have caused severe worldwide shortages of food, water and housing. There are 40 million people in New York City alone, where only the city's elite can afford spacious apartments, clean water, and natural food, and even then at horrendously high prices. The homes of the elite usually include concubines who are referred to as "furniture" and serve the tenants as slaves.

Within the city lives NYPD detective Frank Thorn and his aged friend Sol Roth, a highly intelligent analyst, referred to as a "Book". Roth remembers the world when it had animals and real food, and possesses a small library of reference materials to assist Thorn. Thorn is tasked with investigating the murder of the wealthy and influential William R. Simonson, and quickly learns that Simonson had been assassinated and was a board member of Soylent Industries.
 

Arheel's Uncle

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Cheers There's a lot more to this story that "commie fist in the air Ben Crump" refuses to admit to.




A town of 2000, A P.D. chief with 5 officers, and an insufferable uppity sheboon to boss them around?
Its Amberlamp chasing Apetorny Crump to save the day.
 

Arheel's Uncle

Senior Reporter
A town of 2000, A P.D. chief with 5 officers, and an insufferable uppity sheboon to boss them around?
Its Amberlamp chasing Apetorny Crump to save the day.
Link to the real story in <5mins by the police who quit.
This country is under a hostile regime, to africanize the nation,
blacks want the jobs, the town, the money & all the control.

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