Hello! Tiffany here, filling in for Andrew. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr.
Today, we have stories on Truth Social’s ties to Poast, how IMDb users are review-bombing The Little Mermaid, fake Satantic Target merchandise, and Ted Lasso‘s controversial finale.
Scroll down for my column on what riled up the internet this week. See you tomorrow!
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