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@parkermolloy
Name: 
Parker Molloy
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Chicago, IL
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@mmfa Editor-at-large. @KaylaPekkala's wife. Book rep: @DaraKaye at @RossYoon. All opinions my own, tweets self-destruct.
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Tom Scocca's avatar
From @tomscocca
This stuff always plays in the press like bad manners or a confounding lapse of Presidential decorum but he's the a… https://t.co/8wjt29JY2n
Mildred Vanildred's avatar
From @gliderhopkin
@tomscocca @ParkerMolloy "Tyrant torments the civilians he's targeted for genocide"
24AheadDotCom_'s avatar
From @24aheaddotcom_
.@gliderhopkin: Trump isn't putting ppl in "prison camps" as @tomscocca says & he isn't prepping "genocide" as you claim. Trump is very pro-Big Biz. That includes on #immigration. He & Tom are basically on the same side as the Koch bros.
Mildred Vanildred's avatar
From @gliderhopkin
@24AheadDotCom_ @tomscocca The Koch bros who constantly fund white supremacist talking heads Um wait why "and Tom?"… https://t.co/5N8H55jr2S
24AheadDotCom_'s avatar
From @24aheaddotcom_
.@gliderhopkin: you & @tomscocca have the same Reds Under The Bed/Soros!!! tic as cons, just in reverse. Please do some real research. The Koch bros want to greatly increase the labor supply. Does Tom want to do the same?
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From @ParkerMolloy
At @nytopinion I wrote about why I believe that if Twitter follows through on a promise to actually enforce its ant… https://t.co/D0ZFEkfx3h
24AheadDotCom_'s avatar
From @24aheaddotcom_
.@ParkerMolloy blogs "How Twitter's Ban on ‘Deadnaming’ Promotes Free Speech". The Stasi gets a bad rap, but they too promoted free speech & decorum, leading to more /and better/ speech. #NYTimes