Social media giant Twitter recently claimed that it's not attempting to take down all misinformation on the platform, only that with "the highest potential for harm." Breitbart News has documented numerous examples of misinformation that did not receive a "fact check" by Twitter, as well as for threats of violence that remained on the platform for extended periods.

No 230 protections for you then.

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Mark McCoy, a white man and a professor in Texas, broke his silence on social media Monday, telling how he was arrested in Massachusetts in 1994 for the same charge as Floyd.

Did you fight with the cops while high on various drugs too professor?

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Being black or from an ethnic minority is a "major risk factor" in coronavirus, Matt Hancock says.

So it might behoove them to mitigate the things that contribute to the spead of the virus. But that would be acting white.

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This publisher needs a reckoning.

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A woman in route to get her morning coffee was jolted awake with pounding on her front door she later discovered to be two alligators fighting in front of her home in Florida

is alligators the new " jogger?"

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(FOX NEWS) -- Pink is making her position clear. On Sunday, the singer shared part of a statement originally written by Billie Eilish on Instagram, knocking the All Lives Matter movement. "IF I HEAR ONE MORE WHITE PERSON SAY 'aLL liVeS maTtEr' ONE MORE F--KING TIME IM GONNA LOSE MY F--KING MIND. WILL YOU SHUT…

All lives matter.

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George Floyd had fentanyl in his system when he was killed, and died from a heart attack ... according to the medical examiner.

Then he was dead when he took it. He just hadn't stopped breathing yet.

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"Now is the time to go big" to keep America from dividing into two separate and unequal societies, Robert Johnson said in a CNBC interview.

Write them a check bob.

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Friends and relatives pay tribute to the Black man who suffocated under the knee of a white policeman in Minneapolis.

Misspelled violent.

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Comedy Central host Trevor Noah is defending the looting taking place in Minneapolis and other cities across America in reaction to the death of George Floyd, saying that black people are simply reacting to how they've been treated by society at large.

Back to South Africa with you noah.

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