Tag Archives: Social media

Angered by Facebook, Twitter, conservatives jump to alternatives :: WRAL.com

By Kaya Yurieff, CNN Among tweets containing baseless claims about election results, Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo echoed a rallying cry of many prominent conservative voices in a tweet shortly after Election Day: “I will be leaving [Twitter] soon and going to Parler. Please open an account on @parler right away.” Others who’ve been active… Read More »

During COVID, Houston’s Influencers Use TikTok to Connect to a Local Audience

To the uninitiated, TikTok is a platform for teens to share 30 second dance routines and memes. To the addicted, well, it depends. Are you on DIY TikTok? Straight TikTok? Or maybe your algorithm has stumbled onto Kameron Whiteside’s videos and you’ve found Houston real estate TikTok. Whiteside, as fitting for a Gen Z real… Read More »

Many pay tribute to late ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek

“My heart breaks for the Trebek family upon hearing this heartbreaking news. Alex Trebek was a legend. There was no one like him. Kind, elegant, talented, good. Heaven just became brighter and we here on earth mourn him,” — Maria Shriver on Twitter. “I was obsessed with Jeopardy as a nerdy kid growing up in… Read More »

An Arkansas police chief getting heat for uncivil social media posts

SEARCY COUNTY, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — A protest is planned for Sunday, November 8, in Searcy County because there are some residents who disagree with social media posts made by the police chief in the city of Marshall. Police Chief Lang Holland posted on a social media website the following: *GRAPHIC LANGUAGE* The social platform Holland… Read More »

2020 Latest: GOP giving Trump time to consider legal options

The formal ascertainment frees up millions of dollars and opens doors at federal agencies to Biden transition staffers to begin implementing transition plans. The spokesperson says, “GSA and its Administrator will continue to abide by, and fulfill, all requirements under the law.” For his part, President Donald Trump is not conceding the race and is… Read More »

DPS Warns Of Fake Social Media Post Threatening Racial Violence This Weekend

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota law enforcement says threats of violence are circulating on social media but they’re not true. On Friday, the Minnesota Department of Safety shared a warning about a post claiming to be from the NAACP. The post says white-nationalist groups are doing initiations this weekend and are planning violence against people of… Read More »