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Is Twitter Trying To Stop You From Being Mean?

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Hi fellow citizens of the internet! Andrew here, I hope you enjoyed the guest appearances by Ramon and Tiffany. Welcome to today’s edition of internet insider.

Speaking of Tiffany, it’s Friday, which means we have her.”Online this week“ Column below. Also, we have some top stories about it great techniqueanswers to the Uvalde shootingand a Tucker Carlson exposed.

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GREAT TECHNOLOGY: Twitter users are express anger and indignation in the wake of the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, after her tweets criticized Texas politicians marked as too rough. A lot of tweets are accepted automated messages from Twitter prompts her to change her tone. persons are not happy about it.

CULTURE: Quinta Brunson, the creator of Abbott Elementary School, called people who are ask about a school shooting in the wake of the mass shooting of Uvalde. Brunson shot the “manyShe gets inquiries and adds: “We’re not doing well. This country rots our brains. I’m sad about that.”

DEBUNK: Twitter user questioning whether Fox News host Tucker Carlson his Twitter account was hacked after pronoun and a Ukrainian flag appeared in his biography. Our tech reporter Mikael buried in the claims and examined them further. Check out his full deep dive here.


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On Tuesday, a Protect entered a Elementary school in Uvalde, Texas and killed at least 19 students and two teachers. The details that have since come to light have been heartbreaking and chillingincluding the message that the husband One of the teachers killed died of a heart attack after the incident.

there was online Outbursts of sadness and anger while people digest the news of another mass shooting in America.

“Everyone I know is drowning in grief” Molly Priddy (@mollypriddy) wrote on Twitter, echoing the opinion of many others. “I know that people have experienced grief for thousands of years, but I don’t know if we were meant to process it on such a large scale and with such consistency,” wrote Sydney Battle (@sydneybattle).

It’s busy. Before this shooting, there was another one at a grocery store Buffalo, New York– Killed 10 people. More than 200 mass shootings (incidents in which at least four people were shot). took place in 2022 until now.

But it’s not just mass shootings that concern people; we are worried too abortion rights taken away, new COVID-19 Variants, war, climate change and more. There is so much to absorb.

Since Tuesday’s shooting, Twitter has become a tool to find information outside of the information reported by authorities.

families of the victims to have divided honors and links to fundraisers. But it has also become a space vent and get angry as many questions as we could allow. Because what happens again and again in our country is not normal.

How many times does it have to be said?

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