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Friday, November 04, 2016

Top Social Networks Fail to Trend FBI’s Re-Opening Into Clinton Email Case

Several of the world’s biggest social networks have failed to trend the recent headlines surrounding a re-opening of the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, currently dominating the news cycle.

Within the 24 hours following FBI Director James Comey’s announcement, Facebook’s trending section remained absent of any mention to the Democratic presidential candidate, opting for news on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Michelle Keegan, Nikki Haley, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame to trend instead.

Twitter’s “moments” news section also opted to stay silent, trending stories about a former Miss Universe, the transgender bathroom case, Joe Biden, and Tesla instead, despite current “trending” hashtags on Twitter including #GoHillary and “The Dangers of Donald Trump”— a New York Times hitpiece that has been trending all morning.

Snapchat’s “Discover” news section included a CNN story on why Hillary’s “finally having fun”, a piece about Paris Hilton, and a large quantity of clickbait listicles, however there was no reference to Clinton’s emails.

Meanwhile, Buzzfeed’s trending story section included pieces on ketchup habits, the 38 cutest animal-themed products, and women who tried to orgasm in three minutes..

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

They did not "fail" to trend, it was a refusal.

Anonymous said...

Clinton lovers...

Anonymous said...

Hillary Clinton is not guilty just ask her.. Huma was not raised by terroist or has any terroist associates, just ask her.... nothing to see here move along.

Anonymous said...

So use those media to reveal the truth with your comments.