Don’t worry, fam. Twitter is driven by bots. And what ain’t bots are often leftard imbeciles.
Don’t believe me? Look at who used to hold the Twitter record:
Barack Obama’s post-Charlottesville tweet espousing love and unity has become the most liked tweet ever with well over 2.7 million likes and counting.
Obama’s tweet, the first part of a quote from Nelson Mandela which is followed by two other tweets, became the most liked tweet just after 10 p.m EST on Tuesday Twitter announced. The tweet overtook Ariana Grande’s heartbreaking message in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena bombing in May and Ellen DeGeneres’ star-packed picture from the 2014 Oscars. The former president’s tweet also climbs into the top 5 most retweeted tweets ever, a list that is still headed by Carter Wilkerson’s quest to get a year’s supply of Wendy’s chicken nuggets.
Obama tweeted after America was left numb by a Neo-Nazi/white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA on the weekend turned violent and left one anti-racism protestor dead. The quote is taken from Mandela’s 1994 autobiography Long Walk to Freedom. The full quote is: “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”
Ariana Grande, a sexual deviant masquerading as a singer, and a carpet munching degenerate named Ellen Degeneres held the previous record.
Congrats, Obama. You win. You beat out two degenerates.
Oh wait. Sorry, Obama, you lose.
Babies who aren’t old enough to walk or talk still manage to exhibit racial bias, according to a new study. The research found that infants prefer to learn from adults who share their skin color.
As part of the study, researchers from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) and the University of Toronto – along with collaborators from the US, UK, France and China – gave infants a series of videos to watch.
In each video, a female adult looked at one of the four corners of the screen. In some videos, an animal image appeared in the direction she had looked. In other films, an animal image appeared at a non-looked at location.
The results showed that the infants followed the gaze of members of their own race more than they followed the gaze of members of other races.
“This occurred when the faces were slightly unreliable, as they are in the natural environment…” a press release from the University of Toronto states. “This result suggests that, under uncertainty, infants are biased to learn information from own-race adults as opposed to other-race adults.”
And by the way, Obama, why would you pick a Communist to quote. Is there some kind of message there for us?