"Twitter is completely stifling FREE SPEECH," the president wrote, on Twitter.
"Today, people like you and me may laugh off the 'theory' about banging plates creating vibrations that will destroy the virus, but there are people who actually believe it."
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Right-wing politicians can get away with ignoring media criticism, but Democrats can't.
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It had to start a GoFundMe campaign.
According to a year-long study from Stanford researchers, the inability of young students to tell “fake news” from real news is alternately “dismaying,” “bleak,” and a “threat to democracy.”
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