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Linked Facebook pages stoke both sides of political divide

3 days ago   |   By Politico

One Spanish-language Facebook page called Nancy Pelosi “crazy” and accused Joe Biden of forgetting the words to the Pledge of Allegiance. Another proclaimed the Democratic nominee “healthy and ready to be president!” and included an image of Donald Trump and his adult children wearing orange prison jumpsuits.
But one thing united the two pages, despite the dueling messages: A New York state man was behind both of them, churning out political content aimed at left- and right-wing voters while garnering millions of comments, likes and reposts across social media, according to an analysis by...
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