Saturday, August 15, 2020

lazy joe hairplugs biden ....his pick

Lazy ass joe .......hairplugs......... biden picked kamala harris a woman who shredded him in front of the world she is not African American she is  not representing them really ....he felt she was be the pick ....but she comes with many questions ......she is definitely not African American ........I personally don't know her track record ......but I don't think she could lead America  .......we would be better  with barock or michelle ....and that's what I think they at least  have a track record .....but this women is not ready .....that's just my opinion ....but I am no ambassador for the human race .......good luck .....I think joe  just punched his ticket ........he is 77 too old to lead in my view ,.,.....but let's hope .....whoever leads ...let's hope they can fix this shit ...............

Debunking 3 Viral Falsehoods About Kamala Harris

Davey Alba

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As Joe Biden announced that he had selected Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as his vice presidential running mate, internet trolls got to work.
Since then, false and misleading information about Harris has spiked online and on TV. The activity has jumped from two dozen mentions per hour during a recent week to over 3,200 per hour in the last few days, according to the media insights company Zignal Labs, which analyzed global television broadcasts and social media.
Much of that rise is fueled by fervent supporters of President Donald Trump and adherents of the extremist conspiracy movement QAnon, as well as by the far left, according to a New York Times analysis of the most widespread falsehoods about Harris. On Thursday, Trump himself encouraged one of the most persistent falsehoods, a racist conspiracy theory that Harris is not eligible for the vice presidency or presidency because her parents were immigrants.

Donald J. Trump embraces his brother, Robert, at an Election Night event in Manhattan, Nov. 8, 2016. (Damon Winter/The New York Times)
Donald J. Trump embraces his brother, Robert, at an Election Night event in Manhattan, Nov. 8, 2016. (Damon Winter/The New York Times)

“Sadly, this wave of misinformation was predictable and inevitable,” said Melissa Ryan, chief executive of Card Strategies, a consulting firm that researches disinformation.
Many of the narratives are inaccurate accusations that first surged last year during Harris’ campaign to become the Democratic presidential nominee. Here are three false rumors about Harris that continue circulating widely online.
The ‘PizzaGate’ Conspiracy Theory
On Wednesday, a day after Biden announced his selection, the falsehood that Harris is connected to a child-trafficking conspiracy known as PizzaGate was published on the conspiracy-mongering website Infowars, which set off a round of sharing on social media.
PizzaGate hinges on the baseless notion that Hillary Clinton and Democratic elites ran a child sex-trafficking ring through a Washington pizza restaurant. According to the rumors about Harris, she is tied to the conspiracy because her sister was invited by John Podesta, Clinton’s presidential campaign manager, to a “Hillary pizza party” in 2016.

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