The catalyst was an altercation between Jones and a CNN reporter at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which was live-streamed on Twitter.
“I learned how easily the legal system could be used by the wealthy and powerful to punish someone who had never committed a crime.”
“We’ve worked closely with civil rights groups to search for hate speech and take it down,” Sandberg said, citing Facebook’s only defense against it.
“We of course have nothing to do with hate groups, which aim to terrorize and demean other people — never have and never would,” her husband tweeted.
“Call-in details will be sent out next week. We look forward to talking with you!” read the invitation, which arrived Friday.
“You are a liar, Jack Dorsey,” she shouted, holding up her phone with a pink selfie stick as she called on President Trump to help.
During the “scumbag of the week” tradition, a member is singled out in the group’s chapter meeting and later punished.
“I do not apologize for stating what I believed to be correct at the time, unless everyone must apologize every time they change their opinion.”
“I wouldn’t let him see it. He’s never going to see that document,” Cohn told an associate. “Got to protect the country.”
“The Governor reassured the Rebbe that he would not interfere in Yeshiva education,” Yeshiva World tweeted.