The Monday-Friday digest of tweets from governments foreign and domestic.
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When she says that bombs surrounded her building when, in fact, they were planted near the DNC and RNC offices, isn’t she the one lying and spreading disinformation? When she keeps saying she was at the Capitol when in fact she was in the complex and not the building that was breached, is she not the one spreading a narrative? Weaving a tale? Lying?
Above is the original tweet, which she still has up. She says it’s the right who is being manipulative, but when you leave out the exact building you were in, say the bombs were planted where they weren’t, and then say you feared for your life when the Cannon House was evacuated as a safety precaution, who is the manipulator? This is a government official, someone who works for us. Keep that in mind.
When you are in a position of power, you need to pick your words carefully.
You Your words carry more weight than when you were a regular person on the street.
When you weave your words to put yourself in the spotlight, they need to be accurate, not exaggerated, nor should they be lies.
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