How Does the Election Effect Your Social Networks?

Ross Johnson's picture
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10/10/2016

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If you're Facebook feed is anything like mine, you're currently being hammared with political agenda and opinion. Proclaiming your love or hate for a candidate, party or the entire system used to happen behind closed doors between friends, family and colleagues. Social media has given anyone with a strong opinion a megahorn and the ability to shout at anyone who at somepoint opted into listening.

As someone interested in human behavior I find this fascinating for several reasons. First, is the lack of credibility required to make bold claims. Pre-wide spread social media adoption, having a large audience required adhering to certain standards of quality. Now days, one can broadcast their ideas to hundreds of people in their network without a concern of how factual or well represented said ideas are.

Second, I often wonder how likely people are to have their opinion swayed by others political posts? I see lots of digital arguments but never anyone admitting to being wrong. Are we actually expecting to change peoples opinions? Or are we just looking for fights from those who oppose us and validation from those who agree?

What's your take on how social is used for political opinion? Do you post your views? Do people in your network? Does it influence you? Do you argue when you disagree or just ignore it?

Comments & Feedback

Student

I notice that this blog is a little older, since the election is over with but still hasn’t changed the way I handled and looked at the election via social media. I realized how many people on my social media network that I thought I knew very well ended up surprising me immensely. I saw friends posting things (untrue) and extremely one sided. I saw other friends shoot down others opinions and even saw people who I thought were one party who ended up relating to a different one. It got to the point where my social media network was so bad and overwhelming full of negative posts; I had to delete my Facebook. I recently just got my Facebook back and I can’t even begin to explain how much better and quieter it is. I did not post anything politically on Facebook, unless I saw someone being explicitly rude and disrespectful to other peers but most of the time I just ignore it. Because I’ve learned no matter what you say to someone, people don’t budge when it comes to their political views.

Student

When it comes to politics and social media I tend to steer away from it unless a post or comment gets under my skin. During the recent presidential election I avoided Facebook for a very long time because it consisted of so many arguments and many misleading facts. There are many things the media focuses on that distracts the public from the big idea, especially in regards to the presidential race. The idea's the media focuses on sturs up drama all throughout social media and it just stresses me out reading through every political post on my feed. This is why I avoid it at all costs.

Student

I believe social media is not having a positive impact on this election at all. I think you are rigth in saying that people feel they can freely post about thier political opinoin, and not have any crediable facts to back it up. I have even seen so news media accounts be at fault for doing this. I have personally not posted about my political views because I would rather avoid having an argument over which presidential candidate is the least worse option. At the end of the day I dont think social media should not be used to persuade peoples political opinion, they should look at the news for these facts. 

Student

The weeks leading to the presidential election and even after my social media pages where flooded with political memes as well as comments. I think social media is a beautiful thing that connects people but being able to share any thought at a moment’s notice can be dangerous when people are upset and not thinking clearly sharing thoughts can become hurtful or even embracing. I have seen many fights break out on my Facebook because of things people have posted about a candidate or the election. I try hard to not post anything controversial on my social media because I don’t want to engage in confrontation, especially politics. I think if people are level headed when they post there can be great discussion and even change people’s opinion on issues but as far as this election tensions where high and people felt very strongly about their political views and can and had led to confrontation. The political memes being posted don’t seem to get to much negative attention because there are so many for each side. I feel like the political memes where a way for people to vent on social media about their views without too serious and causing a debate or fight.

Student

This election effect my social network in different ways. First,everyone talked about election, all the posts are about election. People share their opinion on social media.Second, the memes (funny pictures) of Trump and Clinton is all over the social media. I am not a American, but this year's election effects Chinese social media too. Everyone talked about election on social media. Some of them even argue with people who have different opinion on social media. I think it's okay to share your thought on social media, but argue with others just too much. Even now the election is ended, people are still talking about Trump and Clinton. 

Student

I think that social media has made this election season awful. I personally elect not to post my views on social media, but that does not stop me from seeing all kinds of posts about both candidates and peoples opinions about them. I think the worst part is that the media can influence facts so it is hard to distinguish between credible and non-credible sources. Everyone obviously has the right to state their own opinion on social media but I think it is crucial to know where you are getting your information from and if it is truthful. 

Student

I personally feel that social media like Facebook, Twitter for instance can play a major role in spreading news related to politics because lots of users these days use social media rather than T.V or even radio which used to be the most popular form of broadcasting news related to politics. I have posted my views on social media like Facebook, Twitter and so have the people in my network. I found it very interesting and engaging sometimes. On certain occasions, I even got influenced by the content which was posted in social media by the people in my network. I also gained a lot of knowledge with regard to politics after joining social media and learned to think about it from various perspectives. However, my question is will social media like Facebook, Twitter surpass traditional media like T.V, radio as the most popular media for gaining political knowledge?

Student

I personally think social media is used to make jokes and fun of the election because of the direction its going in. I think it's a platform for a lot of unwanted opinions as well as uneducated opinions. I personally do not post my views just because when it comes to politics people tend to stick to their own viewpoints so theres not point in arguing over what won't change. Other people's post do not influence me but some do give me more insight on the things going on within politics that I may not have been aware of. I tend to ignore an opinion that I find ignorant but every now and then I will express my views.

Student

I honestly think that social media is contributing to the mediocracy of this election. The election is already the biggest joke in a election history, and social media sort of just points and makes fun. I dont post my views on social media but I do pay attention to everyone elses' viewpoints. The reason I dont post my views is because I am not as educated as I could be about this upcoming election, partly because it is a joke in my opinion. The things people say on social media dont influence me but they do make me think about things I did not think about periously. In terms of arguing, there is none of that. I barely say much so that was never happening, even if I did voice my opinion on social media more often. 

Student

I think the election is not effect my social network. Because I am not the citizen of United State, and I do not have the right to vote. However, the election is a big deal in Twitter, people are talking about which part do they support or their friends support. If  I can vote, I will vote trump. Because he is crazy. Because it is not related to my daily life so I seldom see the news and the information from my social network.

Student

I personally do not partake in the social media banters about politics. I prefer to have a separation of that with my friends. I would never post anything about politics on facebook because I feel that nothing good ever comes from that. These posts I see never influence me either. At best, they make me chuckle, and at worst, they make me angry that someone would actually post about whatver that topic may be. I never comment on the posts no matter how they make me feel though. 

Student
To me, the rise of social media has given people the benefit of choosing their own platform they want to be associated with, due to the overflow of information. However, not every source is reliable. As easy it is to access information, it is even easier to dumb-down on your beliefs through the falisfied persuation of others. There are even accounts that survive and unfortunately thrive by creating heated arguments and debates. It's the people who instigate personal and political attacks online who are solely responsible for our country's division and racial tensions. The burden can also fall onto both our presidential candidates, primarily Trump's social media handler. With this year's election be I have seen so many biased posts, many of them surprisingly factual, that it truly brought out the ugliness in both parties.
Student

I think that social media is used in an entertaining way to voice ones political opinon. With all the different meme's out on the different social media platforms, they can be very comical to users. I personally do not post my views on this election. I rather keep to myself about such a serious situation. Although I don't, many people in my network do post their views on the election. It does not influence me, but I think it is intresting to see what people in my network think. Because I do not post my views, I just ignore with whatever I disagree with. Arguments having to do with politics can go on FOREVER, and that's something I just don't have the time for. 

Student

Making a political post on social media is like hand delivering the internet trolls an invitation to wreak havoc in your comment section. What starts out as an innocent share of a partially biased article titled “Interesting Read” turns into an all-out blood bath between those relatives you only see once a year and some kids from high school you forgot existed after you had graduated. With this election being so cutthroat and polarizing I have witnessed two things that are extremely alarming:

  1. Those who post political articles are doing so for the sake of a reaction. Whether it be searching for validation or to prove someone wrong, every political post is made with the intention of sparking a one sided conversation. What is concerning is that majority of these conversations become violent, often getting so off track from the original thread that it becomes a personal outlet to unleash pent up angers against those who think differently than the masses…for NO REASON other than because they have differing views. Comments range from opinionated generalizations to personal attacks. This type of conversation is not healthy nor is it contributing to the change of anyone’s opinions.
  2. Many do not post or voice political opinions out of fear of harassment and judgement from peers. The lack of voicing your opinion or downplaying the severity of the election out of fear of being judged by peers is sad however this is something I personally deal with. While I remain informed and certainly do not downplay the election I refrain from posting anything political unless it is humorous or satirical because my views differ gravely from my friends and family. I know that by posting I would be opening up a conversation that could potentially turn violent so I just avoid all together. I am not sure if this stems from the conversational etiquette of avoiding religion, politics, and money, but I have learned that there is a time and place for political conversation and social media is NOT that place in my humble opinion.  

Do I feel that conversations about politics are important? Yes, talking with others and listening to someone who opposes your views without judgement or anger but rather in the hopes of understanding could solve many problems. Do I feel this is realistic especially on social media? Not in the slightest.

In the meantime, I will sit back while reading all of my friend's political posts and watch the battle rage on in the comment section.

 

Student

I believe that social media has become one of the most powerful tools in creating political oponions. Social media can advocate and destory candidates and allow for false information to be published. I do post my views, but in a very politically correct way. There are people in my network that voice their opinions and tell everyone how they feel and what they believe is right or wrong. If their views are similar to mine i will take the time and read through what they have to say and it could influence me in either a positve or negative way. I just ignore it unless it is a completley out of line response. 

Student

I feel it is problematic for political opinions to enter the realm of social media. Too often I witness people heeding the posts of everyday citizens as truth. As mentioned in the original post, ideas posted to social media do not require verification, and often reflect one's personal biases. Most people are skeptical when approaching these kinds of posts, but some who are more easily impressible just take them at face value. I also frequently come across political articles on social media that claim to be factual, but after a little research, it becomes apparent that is not the case.

Student

I am not always care about the political posts. However, I just watch some garvement news via the social media platform. And I believe that not everyone, who have respons to the political posts, can think it very carefully and give a accurate answers. I think most of them, just reply with their benefit opinion. Because social media just a relax place, people don't need to be so serious, even just want to have a fun here. Most of time, I just see what happen with that, and do not show any ideas about mine. Thus, I didn't do network based on social media.

Student

A lot of my Facebook friends are living in Thailand so I don't see as much U.S. political opinions on my feed. But when I do, I see many different opinions. People have different minds, therefore; they will think differently. Due to this situation, it influences me by teaching me both of the bad and good sides of different candidates. I don't really watch or read about what is going on in the political world so I usually ignore them.

Student

I personally oppose the idea of posting anything overtly political on social media, mostly due to the fact that there are so many biased and unfounded resources on the internet. Along with that, attempting to persaude via social networks seems kind of pointless to me since a majority of the population already has their mind made up. More often than not, those who share or respond to politically driven posts are overly passionate and stubborn, leading to aggressive and awkward interactions showcased to the general public. It's hard to take even the most legitimate political posts seriously when the comment sections are commonly riddled with uneducated, one-sided responses.

Student

Looking at people blindly spew what they imagine to be factual political statements on social media is everyone's pet peeve.  I've never seen any good come from an argument that happens between screens.  Have you ever seen someone decide to change their mind or decide to agree with someone who they clash with on the internet? I haven't.  Political banter and claims on the internet make every party lack credibility due to the oversaturation of material available.  I never post my views on social media.  I do not let others influence my direct line of thought however I take every claim with a grain of salt and do my own research.

Student

Wow. I honestly can't wait for this election season to be over so that I do not have to see people posting their opinions and bashing others. I personally try to stay away from posting my political views on social media. Seeing as I hope to go into a career in online media, I think that it may be unprofessional for me to post my views. If I do post something, I do it if I think that other people need to see it. I try to be non-biased. I don't think that I am influenced by other's opinons. I usually just ignore people if I disagree or if it is really getting on my nerves I will hide their posts from my newsfeed. Is it considered unprofessional to voice your opinion on social media?

Student

I am not a fan of political posts. As someone who doesn't have much political knowledge and needs to expand their knowledge I try to stay away from social media. Most posts are very biased and very pushy and there's not much substantiation. I try to turn to news that is unbiased as I try to start making my own personal opinion in modern politics. I am not very likely to be swayed by political posts on social media. Like I said, most of the time it's from peers who are very biased and who probably don't understand the whole picture, just as I don't. The only time I have ever really taken in a political post is from somene who is an opinon leader of mine. Whether it's someone I trust or someone I look up to. And even then I take everything they say with a grain of salt. But it's from those people who I have somewhat of a chance at being swayed.

Student

I believe that social media being used for politics can be powerful . As mentioned there are a lot of "opinion leaders" out there who say one thing and people take it in for what they say to be factual , with out seeking information to support it. I personally do post my views because most people I follow for the most part support the same views as me . I wouldn't express them as much if I had people I worked with, or people that I don't have a close relationship with added as a friend on Facebook, I guess it is based on what you used you Facebook for. My social network for sure influences me and how I think about canidates because most of my friends on facebook are people who I trust or look up to.

Student

Social media is used in an interesting way since people just shout out what they think and believe people care what they think. That said, those who actually do care what a person posts about can engage in meaningful conversations that are at the very least interesting to the people involved. It doesn't influence me at all and I just tend to ignore it.

Student

I definitely agree that Facebok is filled with political posts and opinions. Often times I see really funny videos of the presidental campaign jokes, etc. But other posts I see are filled with so much personal opinion I have to quickly scroll past it so I don't get annoyed. In my opinion I really don't like how people post their political opinion on social media. Ecspecially when it's a rant about how right they are and the arguementative comments that follow. I don't ever post about my opinion and very few people in my network do but there are the occasional shared posts that end up on my timeline and sometimes it's hard to ignore. Everyone has the right to voice their opinion but lately it seems that everyone is just trying to prove that their opinion in the right one .

Student

I try my best to stay away from any political situations on Facebook. People have to go out of their way to post about their views which means they feel very strongly about their opinions which, to me, means that it is incredibly skewed or biased. I have never once seen political propoganda that has influenced my view as it is usually a very shallow or uninformed take. If there was a way to filter out people's political posts on all social media, I would do that. However, on the rbgiht side, it has curbed any addiction I had to social media.

Student

I try my best to stay away from any political situations on Facebook. People have to go out of their way to post about their views which means they feel very strongly about their opinions which, to me, means that it is incredibly skewed or biased. I have never once seen political propoganda that has influenced my view as it is usually a very shallow or uninformed take. If there was a way to filter out people's political posts on all social media, I would do that. However, on the rbgiht side, it has curbed any addiction I had to social media.

Student

Only very few of my friends post political views on Facebook and he said he doesn't like either of them. However, it is obvious that both of them are using social media to build their image and get support through social media. Some arguments or debate are on social media, which is an efficient place to showing support or convince other people. It is good to say both side of views on social media, especially from ordinary people who are in our position. It is a good way to understand the meaning about both political views. But, as a neutral person, I don't support either of them.

Student

I find your second point interesting, I have wondered about this many times before while reading people's intense arguments via Facebook. In my opinion, the pople who are posting blunt opinions and arguments on social media are typically very stubborn and are not looking to change opinions of others necessarily, but more so it appears to me as if they think their opinion and their evidence behind their thoughts are superior and more intelligent than everyone else's. Regardless, I think social media has the power to connect us with the rest of society to change our perception of others in a postive manner and to become more open-minded in general. 

Student

I think that working with certain organizations, taking a stance on anything political could jeopardize your job. Your employers or co-workers could find something that is not agreeable with them and there could be issues. In the same regard, there are many posts by others - adults and people who are my age that are annoying because you see a direct distance and split between those who believe are in favor of one political candidate over the other and you are not for either of them. It's interesting because some people a title and are baited and go along with that thinking. Or following someone with a very direct opinion, and others are bandwagon people who do it because others are doing it or saying that thing. I think that its best to ignore the things see on social media and the news who might favor one candidate over the other and make your own opinion. 

Student

I think that social media is used poorly in reference to sharing people's political opinions. There is an absurd amount of false articles that are continuously shared, and the public may be tricked into believing them. They are formatted to appear factual and like other articles from websites that people trust. 

As you stated, anyone can make a preposterous claim with no personal credibility. These claims often can snowball and become "facts" that people repeat. 

I also do not believe that anyone is ever swayed by political posts on social media. It is a platform for arguments and upset, and rarely for resolution and progress. 

I personally do not post my political views often. There are occasions which I will share an article I find interest about a particular leader in government, but this article is always unbiased and contains empirical evidence. I am rarely influenced by someone else's political post, except to become annoyed when they either post too often or post biased content. 

Student

 I see a lot of political opinion on social media, especially Facebook. I think it is obnoxious. I think its the person opinion so they should keep it to themselves, because it does cause a lot of drama via Facebook. I do not post anything political on Facebook, due to not finding it very necessary. I do not find anyone who does post anything influential, I educate myself on everything going on in the election. I also do not comment on anything. I stay educated on everything but do not find it necessary to comment on anything even if they are wrong because if they felt as if it was necessary to post, they are not going to live it down. 

Student

I dont post my views on politcs on social websites, nor am I a fan of it. People are very set, and defensive about their views. Because of this the chance of you being able to affect peoples opinions is low, and invites attacks towards you. Many of my friends do, and i udnerstand why as there are many issues in this election and it is good to educate those on the other side of things, I think posting articles is much more effective, and more useful because it ads to your credibility. I however just ignore election posts, because i know not everyone shares my views and i respect their political opinons even if theyre different from mine. However, I do enjoy relevant articles on the election, provided they are used in a way that tries to descredit others views.

Student

I don’t think people use social media to influence their vote choice. I think people are just looking for fights on social media from other people. I also think people who are those loud, mouth people are looking to get all their opinions out to the world and then are looking for someone to challenge them and say something to them that’s off the wall. I think social media is a bad idea for political opinions. It’s almost like too many people are talking at once trying to make their point. But a lot of people take it too far by making serious threats to one another. Personally, I don’t think people should jump to social media to share their political beliefs, its a big waste of time. It does not influence me at all. I know what I like and what I don’t like, so what others say on social media as far as political views doesn’t change my choice at all. A lot of the people commenting and stating their opinion aren’t even education in politics, a lot of people are just interested in politics and think they know what they are talking about; but have no education to back it up. I just ignore what people say on social media, because people take it too serious. I think their should be an anonymous site for everyone to post their thoughts and opinions on political views, that way no one can get made at any individual because they don’t know who anyone is. It could keep from people getting bullied, or singled out; I think its a safer way to share your opinion online. 

Student

Personally, I do not post my opinion, but I have seen lots of people express their opinions. I read some people arguing to each other because of their different opinions of the issue. As a 3rd person, I sort of understand why they think that way, but I don't think they have any influence on me. Even if I post any opnion and someone disagrees I think I will just read about it and think that some people have different thoughts and then move on. 

Student

I actullay do not like it, because most of what I see is usually wrong or extremly one sided. I try my best not to post my views because sadly I do believe people view you much differently once they see which party you associate with also as a good rule of thumb I like to not comment on hot issues for fear of my social medi accounts having an impact on wanting to get a job some day. I know a lot of poeple in my network that post on politics and often. It really doesn't because I dont see a lot of it as a reliable source, bare minimum maybe sparks an interest for me to look more into it. Like most political issues and the whole process happening as a whole it usually gets me fustrated and disappointed in where things are headed and how screwed up things are right now. I honeslty try my best to stay out of arguments on social media, because like mentioned theres no real accountability and a lot of arguing and name calling.

Student

I'm not post any political opinion on my social networks. I usually talking about these as personal conversation. people in my network doesn't influence me. Cause people have their right to come up with their opinion. I will ignore it when i saw something supreme. 

Student

I have mixed feelings about political posts on social media. On one hand, I agree that it can create non-productive screaming matches not actually aimed at changing opinions. But on the other, with the far reaching popularity of social media, I think that political posts on social media can be an important tool to get people informed and interested in politics. It can, however add to the widespread distribution of misinformation. If people do not research beyond the opinionated posts they read on social media, they are bound to believe fiction for fact.

Student

I choose to never post any of my political opinions on social media.  While intectual argumentation can stimulate the brain and help it continue to be healthy, poltics tend to get aggressive and violent on social media, especially with the younger generation.  I think the best way to discuss politics is with close friends and family in a passive setting.  A lot of people on social media think theyre politicians and are swayed hard one way.  Those type of people enage in fihts ratehr than arguments and easy persuade others to fight with them.  My opinions are in my brain and I know what I believe.  I continue to do my research and back my claims but also be able to argue the other side.  

Student

I think posting views is subjective. I think that some people love to share their opinion but it is not needed. I pesonally do not post mine becase I like to just keep it to personal converstaions. 

Student

I have been swayed by online posts. We are expecting to change peoples opinions.I never post any personal political opinion online, I just post some interesting videos or photos. I have a friend post political opnions sometimes, it doesn't influence me, I just ignore it when I see it.

 

Student

I never usually post my political views on social media. I will like or repost some things, but I never make my own opinion post. Some of the people on my network do make those types of posts. I usually scroll past them because I don't feel like reading all of that venting. When I do read some of the post I do think about my opinos some more and sometimes they do influence me. The only thing that I usually do on social media if its political is like the post or ignore it. 

Student

I, personally, never been swayed by online influences. Using social media outlets such as Facebook is not always pragmatic. Many people are not easily swayed by the public opinion or social media and therefore, aren't influenced by the social media used for political opinion. I do not post my views, sharing personal opinion like that can start unwanted conversations or even drama. However, many of my friends or people in my network do post their views which I find to be somewhat overwhelming. I usually find myself trying to ignore it to avoid any drama overall which leads to me barely posting my views.

Student

My Facebook feed is being peppered with political arguments and opinions and it is pretty frustrating for me. I get that people want to be heard but I just think the way it is shoved in peoples faces is not the correct way to go about it. I also agree about the lack of credibility to make both statements. It astonishes me how many people think they are always right and how they think everyone wants to know their opinion. It is one thing to say what you think and another thing to shove it in my face and I just don't think Facebook is the place to put all your political opinions.

My political opinion is never switched from Facebook posts. My mind is made up from news articles and debates.

Student

For this election in particular I would like to say this. Potentially when people post their views on Facebook it will spark up conversation with other people. And whether or not you post a comment you can still read the argument. And for this election, I would say the only two outcomes of a Facebook argument would be the 2 people thinking the other is a complete idiot, or, both people realizing that both of these candidates are completely horrible. As far as does it infulence me, yes, if new information that is factual is presented that I previously was not aware of, this will at least influence me a tad bit. 

What do you guys think as far as the outcome of a Facebook argument in the context of this election?

Student

It’s true that you see more and more people using social media to voice their own opinions on politics in general as well as their thoughts on the upcoming election. I personally don’t ever post my thoughts or views because I find it to be  asking for unnecessary controversy via social media that I simply don’t wish to start or engage in. That being said, I greatly enjoy reading  the opinions and commentary of my friends and family members and I’ve come to find it entertaining, interesting, and somewhat educational. Even though I dont particulary or publicly engage in it, i do not completely ignore it. It has become prevalent on my feeds everyday and I think it's it cool way to stay connected with what your peers are thinking.

Student

I rarely post my political views but I have no problem with someone posting theirs. The only exception to this is someone posting without having any idea what they're talking about or have nothing to back up their arguement. The problem with politics today is that there is no discourse between parties. Facebook seems to filled with a lot of people shouting things about this candidate or that candidate but there never seems to be a discussion. I find it very interesting when a knowledgeable person posts something political on Facebook because it gives people the opportunity to talk to one another and discuss their opinions. There is a small likelihood of someone's opinion being changed but it refreshing to see that people actually give a damn about what is happening and are intelligent enough to discuss it. 

Student

Personally, I don't post my political opinions on any form of social media.  However, I am known to repost a video bashing Trump every now and then.  That being said, I post those videos because there's an element of humour.  I don't post them because I want the world to know how I personally feel about this election and the candidates.  Often times, I feel that people post too much information on their social media accounts, including their political opinions.  This has persuaded my opinin about several people I'm friends with.  I think it's important to stay mindful, and aware of the potential to offend people, and really think about how important your opinion is to the world.

Student

Many times I don't express my opinion through social media outlets. However through my feed I do come across people arguing with each other about the election. In a way it offers me some enlightment to notcice how strongly some people feel and there opinion on the future of America. However, the social media does does not offer crediablity, in this case it will not influnce my judgement. In many ways I could be considered as an observer of others opionions.

Student

I think political opinion is another one of those things that has ruined the idea of Facebook. Friends of mine constantly post their political views and I feel that some of my more outspoken friends feel they either have to make a post like this, or argue someone elses post. I never post my political views or argue someone elses because my opinion is that politics are something that should be kept private. I also feel the people that respond to these types of posts do it because they are looking for fights or validation. I have never seen someone convinced out of their own views over a Facebook post, and i've definitely seen some bold claims that were not factual at all made on my news feed. I always ignore political posts, and I think social networks play a major role in why we have the candidates that we have for the 2016 election. 

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10/10/2016