- Facebook contractors reveal the horrors of moderating graphic content 9 Months Ago
- Prosecutor almost directly quoted Bible in trial against man who helped migrants 9 Months Ago
- TikTok’s time warp videos get it twisted 9 Months Ago
- Is a ‘Stranger Things’ and Fortnite crossover event going to happen? 9 Months Ago
- YouTube reportedly thinking about moving all kids content off the main site Today 3:50 PM
- AOC calls out Democrats for tone-deaf Beyoncé tweet Today 3:15 PM
- Democrat candidates come out as ‘wife guys’ Today 2:45 PM
- Poll of best Batman actors fails to include Adam West, and fans are not happy Today 2:25 PM
- ‘Pose’ producer Janet Mock lands historic Netflix deal Today 1:54 PM
- Teen confesses to killing her best friend on video to get $9 million from a stranger online Today 1:28 PM
- Democrats vote to block transgender troop ban Today 12:17 PM
- Twitch-famous bounty hunter kicks down target’s door in wildly popular live stream Today 11:42 AM
- New GOP bill would audit major tech companies for bias Today 11:37 AM
- Instagram artist accused of faking her paintings says they’re ‘100%’ real Today 11:33 AM
- Trump refuses to apologize for Central Park Five death penalty ads Today 11:08 AM
What a week it’s been.
Ooh, y’all, it’s been a spicy one. Between Senate hearings and anonymous op-eds, the political world has been all a-Twitter. I absolutely intended that pun.
In this week’s episode, we break it all down for you: What happened at those social media hearings? Did Alex Jones and Marco Rubio get into a fight? Does Jack Dorsey have a nose ring? How do we feel about Colin Kaepernick’s Nike ad? And, more importantly, the memes!
And Jesus, what’s going on with these Brett Kavanaugh hearings?
Plus, the gang puts in their best guesses for who wrote that anonymous op-ed. Is it Kellyanne Conway? Jim Mattis? Mike Pence? Melania? We don’t get any closer to the truth!
Ellen Ioanes is the FOIA reporter at the Daily Dot, where she covers U.S. politics. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, and her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Center for Public Integrity, HuffPost India, and more.