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Did an Industry Front Group Create Fake Twitter Accounts to Promote the Dakota Access Pipeline?


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Did an Industry Front Group Create Fake Twitter Accounts to Promote the Dakota Access Pipeline?

Steve Horn, DeSmogBlog

A DeSmog investigation has revealed the possibility that a front group supporting the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) — the Midwest Alliance for Infrastructure Now (MAIN) — may have created fake Twitter profiles, known by some as “sock puppets,” to convey a pro-pipeline message over social media.


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Sounds like the republican mantra....Conjure up lots of fiction ...parcel them off as facts..get all your comment trolls to start relaying these new fictional facts....Get all lawmakers(GOP) on board with these new fictional facts head on down to Fox news and start reporting these new fictional facts never deviate from said fictional fact never admit it is a lie and all the base voters will eat it up and take the wheel promoting the fictional facts....Now all the republicans have convinced themselves that the new lie is now a party fact....

And your wasting your breath trying to argue with a republican idiot about their facts being shady and not true and they will be ready to pistol whip you over it.....The old saying goes...You cant argue with an idiot because they will beat you with experience.