My Twitter impressions usually average between 50,000 and 80,000 per tweet. Here we are in the hottest news week with ISIS and Mueller in a long time and I'm averaging 20,000. Massive #shadowban much?
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) March 24, 2019
I am energetic, productive, and influential.
I didn’t help the GOP in the mid-terms and won’t help them in 2020.
It’s going to be a disaster for Republicans.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) March 24, 2019
"it was hard, for many of us, not to feel like we’d become pawns in what was, in many respects, a highly profitable scam."https://t.co/N6d119RkVj
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) March 23, 2019
Brain: Planning the next securing of the bag pic.twitter.com/VXWyd1u6JU
— Nicholas J. Fuentes (@NickJFuentes) March 23, 2019
— Follow Q Anon ?????? (@CIownWorld) March 22, 2019
What will Democrats focus on now that @realDonaldTrump has been vindicated by this report?
Do they really expect to win without running on “Russian collusion” and with a platform focused on:
And @AOC’s Green New Deal?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) March 23, 2019
I hope @Zach_Graumann and the rest of the Yang team know there is a whole team of people online working day and night to churn out memes for Andrew Yang, no other candidate has the meme potential as Yang which means no other candidate has potential to beat trump.
— YangMemes ™ ???? (@YangMemes) March 24, 2019
— TheMonkofYang2020 (@MonkofRa) March 24, 2019
The Pepe crowd is quite talented.
They are really cranking out the memes lately. I considered the possibility it was Russia or China, but maybe it is just organic. In any case, it is food for thought.
The Battle of MIGA is going on right now on Twitter. Blompf is losing it badly.
Note: In this discussion with James Edwards, I tried my best to explain the Trump-Yang crossover phenomenon.