listermint wrote: »
You'll need to link to whatever you are on about
Rick Shaw wrote: »
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has strongly criticised as “unacceptable” abusive tweets posted by a senior member of Fine Gael and said a disciplinary process is under way.
My guess is this, I seen this story when it broke yesterday morning, and wondered why it was taking so long to make its way to the politics forums tbh.
Manach wrote: »
Not on this specific instance, but in general Tweets seem to be an effective medium to communicate directly to public without the interpretation of the Press caste. That said, Twitter with their recent decision to be strict on verified tick checking now seems to be acting as a de facto gatekeeper. http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-42010139
nuac wrote: »
I had been looking earlier in the day for some mention of this, so decided to open a thread anyhow..
I recall Barry Andrews posting against rivals while still in FF. Those were anonymous, but were rumbled.
This lad seems to stab openly in the chest rather than clandestine back-stabbing