I can’t fucking believe M*lo is still on my timeline in the year of our Lord two thousand and twenty-one.
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Seriously, though, if you think putting a “purportedly” or “claims” in your tweet about whatever the hell he’s up to today makes it all good to tweet about it, you’re wrong!
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Mea culpa. I was tempted by the bottle that said “for cattle and swine,” and my judgment was weak.
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I didn’t see yours! But, like, he’s an act. Why would we have any reason to believe a word he says? And, even if it’s true: Why?!
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You make a good point & this HAS gotten his name back into our news feed. Slight tangent, but there are some politicians who have the same model, IMO. They just say whatever inflammatory thing will get them news coverage ( we need a term for that).
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My issue here is more that he’s doing — or pretending to do — something dangerous! This isn’t a political stunt; it’s potentially a public health danger.
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Aug 28, 2021 · 11:11 PM UTC

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Right, I should have said, "This isn't just a political stunt ..." which was my point.
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