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  1. I also have hope that this bodes well for anyone seeking justice from those who use any media (especially social) to oppress and retaliate against their critics. The caution I have is that, as with much of litigation, those who can afford the best lawyers get the higher hand. For example, I’ve been critical of the people who run (and have influence with) the major players in the cat rescue community in my area. As I’ve said, they are geared toward pit bull proliferation and everything they do, including cat rescue/TNR/adoption, supports that. Even Best Friends Animal Society who is openly prop pit bull to the extreme, who’ve ganged up on me merely for expressing the simple statement that I won’t donate to them because they do that. Like our President Trump and the right wing gang he has going on here who spread lies and misinformation and tactical subversion to pursue their political agenda, including Donald’s latest attack on the Twitter company for merely posting a link to fact check a hugely false statement by him, large organizations could misuse the legal system to oppress similar efforts get the truth out. Trump goes one further though by trying to legislate his bullying, even going around congress to simply write a presidential order, like a king, to turn his pet social media platform into his personal state-run means to subvert our entire democracy as he already has been doing. I just don’t know who to trust anymore because everyone is into bullying these days. That man has really made it popular though.

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