Does cancel culture exist? If it does, what should be done about cancel culture? These are some of the questions that have permeated social media and the… Read more “Opinion: The Cancel Culture Debates”
There is virtually nothing innocuous about trolling. This is especially true when the trolls aim to disrupt, create strawmen, or otherwise foster division. While the forthcoming material… Read more “Trolling LGBTQ+ Discussions”
After having carefully examined a hand-picked selection of the worst content I could find on Twitter, while disregarding any material which does not support my theory, I… Read more “Maybe Everyone Who Doesn’t Share My Exact Point of View Is The Worst”
As the 2020 elections approach, vague news has been leaked about alleged Russian efforts to support Bernie Sanders.
Roger Stone’s conviction did not just serve as a conclusion to his case. That conviction revealed that the evidence the Special Counsel’s office collected was so compelling… Read more “Stone, Manafort, Trump, and a Long Caviar Story”
In early October 2019, the Senate’s Select Committee on Intelligence released an 85-page report on Russia’s social media operations. Within those pages, it described an allegorical Dark City that has taken root within social media platforms.
He’s not the only one who pushes DNC conspiracies and also heavily supports Tulsi Gabbard. Aaron Maté does the same, while he also provided cover for the Syrian government’s use of chemical weapons in Douma.
The 2019 version of Tulsi Gabbard is remarkably different from who she was only 5 years ago.
As I have discussed in my series Division, Inc, disrupting the 2020 election and propagating division is the intent of various actors both online and offline.
Part I of an extensive analysis of Trump’s public statements and actions regarding Russia