Eyes wide shut.
I left a post on Facebook recently that the Social Media Police took exception with.
It was innocuous, really. An innocent jab at the conspiracy theorists, that’s all it was.
In the post I asked how many dead people does it take to flip an election? Then I speculated, millions maybe?
And it works? I asked, feigning laughable skepticism.
If that’s the case, I intimated, why haven’t the Dems tried this before?
My Facebook post was largely ignored. Not that I expected many replies or comments, but a couple of thumbs-up or smiley faces would have sufficed.
That said, the Social Media Police (SMP) weren’t smiling.
They wanted to talk to me.
Talk to my lawyer, I said.
They settled for perusing my published but hardly polished personal columns.
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