Rudy Giuliani Goes Full Conspiracy Theory Because He Doesn't Understand The Internet
- Author: Tracy Klein Dec 07, 2018,
Dec 07, 2018, 0:46
The Post notes Giuliani was probably referencing part of the November 30 tweet that read "Helsinki.Either", which is not a valid domain.
When Giuliani discovered this, he again used the social network, declaring that "Twitter allowed someone to invade my text with a disgusting anti-president message".
Mueller filed an indictment just as the President left for https://t.co/8ZNrQ6X29a July he indicted the Russians who will never come here just before he left for Helsinki.Either could have been done earlier or later. This isn't out of the ordinary for Giuliani; however, a missing space between two sentences turned what should have been normal text into a hyperlink.
"This did not create a link because ".either" is not a domain extension.
Rudy Giuliani has accused Twitter of allowing someone to "invade" one of his tweets to spread an anti-Trump message, after the veteran Republican sent a message with a typo.
Instead of seeing the obvious answer, Giuliani is convinced that he is the latest target for a supposed anti-conservative bias on social media.
A Twitter spokesman said "the accusation that we're artificially injecting something into a tweet is completely false". For Rudy Giuliani, the big issue is that there were zero. A period directly followed by "In" refers to domains that live on India's top-level domain. The people at Twitter might well be "committed cardcarrying anti-Trumpers" for all we know, but they're certainly not acting that out by hypnotising a former mayor into mistyping word combinations so that people can buy up the domain name and make him look like an ass.
While he now works as a legal advisor to the White House, Trump originally brought Giuliani in as a cybersecurity advisor.
And based on some of the other tweets he's posted recently ... In 2017, he said that he would serve as Trump's cybersecurity czar.