But this time, the conspiracy theory is being shared and spread by mainstream Republican figures, not just fringe groups.
Twitter had four years to prepare for the 2020 election and never got its shit together.
She's so relatable: she's got self esteem problems, loves music, and directly benefits from the genocide of an entire race, just like you!
“Words like ‘bone,’ ‘pubic,’ and ‘stream’ are frankly ridiculous to ban in a field where we regularly find pubic bones in streams,” one participant said of the filter, which organizers had to thwart.
The organization joined the Twitter trend to show striking "before and after" photos of the environment.
The social media giant also drew on what it said was a lack of authoritive reporting on the origins of the emails as a reason to stop the spread of the article.
The accounts managed to gain significant traction over a short period of time, racking up over 265,000 interactions in less than a week.
The president finished a rally in Pennsylvania on Tuesday night and spent the rest of the evening on an unhinged Twitter tear.
And of course, Facebook is doing nothing to stop him.
Witches have been casting spells on the president since he was inaugurated. His COVID-19 diagnosis fell on a suspiciously auspicious date.
They may not be real but their impact on my mental health is.
The internet is fast becoming a new battleground in the Southeast Asian country's turbulent political history.