“I love to argue. I'm Nigerian. I love to argue. I love to shout.”
Trump’s tweet — which came minutes after a Fox News host mentioned a New York Post article about a spike in Google searches for “can I change my vote” — is wrong on several fronts.
"You're the president," the Today show anchor told Trump about his false Osama bin Laden tweets. "You're not someone's crazy uncle who can retweet whatever."
The company’s back-and-forth on its own policies has created outrage and confusion.
Facebook may have throttled the reach of the New York Post story. But these men are celebrating all the same.
The Moderator Scheduled For The Second Presidential Debate Was Suspended For Lying About His Twitter
C-SPAN's Steve Scully admitted to sending a tweet to Anthony Scaramucci, despite previously denying it and saying he had been hacked.
The move comes after Facebook and Twitter enacted their own bans against the mass delusion.
People decided to reclaim the tag after Trump told the extremist group to "stand by" at the first presidential debate.
Chrissy Teigen Revealed Her Daughter Has Started Sneaking Out Of Bed At Night And The Pictures Are Hilarious
"I didn't do this 'til I was 13."
“If this happened in America with interracial couples being doxed, there would be rapid action, I am sure of it.”
Voting twice is illegal. Trump has suggested people try to do so to test the integrity of the election system. But, again, voting twice is illegal.
Entomologists talk about their badass daily routines like sleeping next to fire ants.
"Never shutting up about it."
"We basically broke up with Pluto by saying it wasn't a planet any more, then spent nine years obsessing about it and just drove by its house real slow."
Let's be real: Regular jobs are hella boring.
You’re carrying around Viking runes on your phone and you didn’t even know it.
The fake pages, groups, and profiles tried to sow political chaos around the world.
“This is what happens when you corner a rat,” a spokesperson for Joe Biden told BuzzFeed News
She Claimed To Fight For Survivors Of Sexual Harassment In Science. But For Many, She Added To The Pain.
Neuroscientist BethAnn McLaughlin made headlines for posing on Twitter as an Indigenous professor she later said died of COVID. It was the culmination of a trail of abuse that has shaken a movement.
Twitter Has Placed A Warning On A Trump Tweet About Mail Drop Boxes, Voter Fraud, And COVID-19 Sanitation
Twitter said it made the call based on the president "making misleading health claims that could potentially dissuade people from participation in voting."
Chrissy Teigen Gave Her Thoughts On "Selling Sunset" And I Unfortunately Can't Relate Because I'm Poor
"I look at LA real estate a lot and have never seen any of these people."
Bloated, confused, and filled with nonsense, Plandemic: Indoctornation goes where so many sequels have gone before.
Kylie Jenner Posted The "Real Version" Of A Screenshot After Being Dragged For Apparently Calling Herself "Brown-Skinned Girl"
"Here's the fake version that everyone believed."
Charli D'Amelio Called For An End To Body-Shaming After A "Disgusting And Disrespectful" Video Was Posted About Kouvr Annon
"It's not cool, it's not funny and it's not a joke. It's disgusting and disrespectful."
The way we talk on the internet is broken, but users are not the ones who broke it — tech companies did that, and they did it for profit.
The people are not trying to spread coronavirus misinformation — but to fight against it.
"Beyoncé has cemented herself as the greatest visual artist of all time. Period."
Prosecutors Said A 17-Year-Old And Two Others Hacked All Those Famous Twitter Accounts In A Bitcoin Scam
“These crimes were perpetrated using the names of famous people and celebrities, but they’re not the primary victims here," prosecutors said.
James Charles And Tana Mongeau Responded To Intense Backlash After They Were Criticised For Partying During Lockdown
"Actions like that don't deserve a platform and I want to fully apologize and be better than this."
John Legend Might've Just Bested Chrissy Teigen In A Twitter Exchange For The First Time Because 2020 Is Wild And Unpredictable
"What's mine is yours, what's yours is mine."