Wake up sheeple! Now is not the time to sleep on suspicious connections between mega social media platforms and the presidential race.
Twitter went down globally Monday, and it's no mere coincidence. Or that's the theory, according to the concerned citizens who flooded Twitter's Facebook page (naturally) to complain.
The common thread, as they see it? The micro-blogging service is clearly in cahoots with Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
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