You’re blocked! How to get The Donald to block you on Twitter

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Common life goals include starting a business, living on a beach or atop a mountain, obtaining a college degree, and, if a recent Twitter search is to be believed, getting President-elect Donald Trump to block you on Twitter. 

A lot of people have taken it upon themselves to poke the orange-tinged bear until he decides he no longer wants to see you in his mentions.

We’re not here to comment on whether this is a worthy life goal, so we’ll just leave you with a bit or evidence to show we’re not making it up. 

New life goal: try to get trump to block me on twitter

— LC (@LCONZZZZ) November 20, 2016 Read more…

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Hate incidents spike after Trump wins election

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A Louisiana woman was standing at a red light when three white men pulled up in a truck. 

“Fuck your black life!” one of them yelled at her. As they drove away, laughing, one of them chanted “Trump!”

Such is just one of many reported incidents of hate compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) following the election of Donald Trump.

In the 10 days since the election on Nov. 8, the SPLC tallied 867 “hate incidents” compiled through media accounts or reported to them directly. They include real life events but not online harassment. Read more…

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