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Boycotting Facebook may be The Only Way to Resist and Stop Trump’s 2020 Election Victory

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America, USA–After the 2016 election, in which president Trump won legitimately, allegedly, with the help of Russian interference, as reported by the mainstream media, until a few months back–which was completely debunked, the new and real main-decider of the Trump victory has come to light as Facebook, potentially, or simply understanding how the electoral college vote works and having a plan.

Now, after the Mueller report turned up as an absolute Nothing Burger, and the 2020 election heats up–with the last hope of voting and resisting Trump out of office being a long-shot impeachment, Democrats are realizing that Facebook may be one of the Trump campaign’s best tool, used by billions of people, possible voters.

Social Media has changed the campaign game outright, and American politics as we know it.

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Trump has truly mastered that game and the only way to genuinely resist Trump is by boycotting those tools that put him in power: Facebook and social media and news media, that is if you can. Many people may be addicted to social media and cannot just log off, which could pose a problem.

Let’s look at some possible facts, had social media not been a key source of campaign ads and analytics targeting of specific demographics in key states to influence the electoral vote, Hillary Clinton would be in office and running as the incumbent this time, not as merely a Democrat candidate.

It’s time to stand up and deactivate, perhaps. It’s time to resist with actions instead of just posting on Facebook. Update your status by logging office for good. Maybe it’s time to cancel Facebook.

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Why aren’t You Paid for Your Time on Social Media?

FROGTOWN, ST PAUL–The average person spends 2 hours and 22 minutes of their day on social media. If that person was making minimum wage for their time (average in US $7.25), they would have made $5,874.67 in a year.

That’s a credit card paid off, like, yesterday. That money could be new clothes for the kids. That money could be a student loan reduced by a large percentage, or entirely gone. Imagine.

And most, if not all of us are paid no money to be on social media. And social media makes money off of us through advertising and using our personal data.

So, think about that next time you log on to scroll, those hours could be dollars to better your situation, to pay attention to a loved one, to change your life.

But today, the average person lines the pocketbook of another, without a notice or a care in the real world. Today, you can get what you deserve for your time, just think.

New Puppy No Longer Facebook Sensation, Likes and Comments Down, Owner Struggles to Find It Home at Humane Society

AMERICA, USA–A recent study showed that on average 65% of pet owners posted pictures of their pets to social media twice a week, these posts impact the quality of life for pets, especially if the pet is having trouble garnering an attractive and powerful presence on social media platforms.

Last week, for example, in a stunning reversal of opinion due to lack of likes and followers on Facebook, the owner of an old new puppy struggled to find it a new home at the humane society.

Likes just weren’t what they used to be on Facebook and Instagram, so the pooch had to go, said the former owner laughingly while staring at their phone. There will be better puppies out there to post on social media about, they quipped.

Recently, perhaps, there has been an uptick in the number of pets not pulling their weight on social media platforms and this hypothetical theory may directly impact the animal population within rescue facilities all over the globe, and their owner’s clout in the social media universe.

One solution to this potential problem could be that dogs and pets simply need to be cuter to retain their social media following and meaningful presence, perhaps breeding them better or creating an amazing, more interesting presence on social media can nip this issue in the bud.

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Social Media Influences YOU to Live Beyond Your Means

AMERICA, USA–When scrolling social media you will notice people you don’t care about trying to impress you with their contrived best, the most filtered and most beautiful parts of their lives as they depict them.

Now more than ever is the time to realize that the tool that is social media is the ultimate consumerism, the ultimate peer pressure, to convince you there are no flaws or fault in spending beyond your means. Wrong!

Millions upon millions try to get their perfected portraits up too, using credit cards and buying trips and coffee beverages they cannot afford in order to finance their image, to compete in a made-up game, to impress others doing the same thing.

The time is now to live within your means and without social media. Move beyond the unrealistic and the unattainable and step into a reality of improving your personal finance and your real life relationships.

Build your beach house.

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Deactivate Your Social Media and Reactivate Your Life

EVERYWHERE, USA–Even with endless connection through social media, Generation Z and Millennials report feeling lonely. This is a clear sign that there is a need to deactivate societal social media account, and that social media is anything but social.

In the time a person can scroll a page endlessly they could have read book on self-help. They could have met a friend for a walk. A person could have started a side gig and paid down on crushing credit card or student loan debt. A person could have learnt a skill and realized they were happier with less constant interaction.

Social media can be a useful for staying in touch with old friends (so too can handwritten letters and phone calls). However, social media is not a friend, not even close. It is time to take your real life back by deactivating your social media and reactivating your life. Upgrade your life today.

MPR News Reports: “One Rough Month in No Way Proves or Disproves Climate Science”

FROGTOWN, USA–Minnesota received a record amount of snowfall last month, that’s a fact. Let’s look at a direct quote from an MPR article discussing climate change related to that fact:

Yes, it’s been cold. And snowy. But remember: One rough month in no way proves or disproves climate science.

Now, think about that quote in relation to the headline of the article wherein that quote is found, referencing how Minnesota snowfall records “might” be aided by climate change.

Those details considered, how might our snowfall records be aided by climate change, as the headline suggests, when this one record snowfall event in no way proves or disproves climate science, as the article suggests?

Source: MPR article

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