A German art collective wanted to unveil extremist networks behind far-right riots in Chemnitz. So they built a website that claimed to identify the rioters, then sat back and waited while extremists searched the site for their own names, outing themselves

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this isn't a debate, it's a therapy session

Tulsi Gabbard denies that she is an Assad apologist, in the course of an answer in which she outlines policies that sound like those of an Assad apologist.

seven minutes in, and it's already the world's loudest echo chamber, conducted by CNN puppeteers.

Gabbard is lying. US troops in Northern Syria weren't there for a "regime change war." They were there to deter Turkish aggression against Kurdish allies until there was a safe zone created. Her dishonesty here is gross. #DemocraticDebate 

WATCH: Tulsi Gabbard: "Calls for impeachment really began shortly after Trump won his election, and as unhappy as that may make us as Democrats, he won that election in 2016." #DemDebate 

Andrew Yang: "When we put the money into our hands, we can build a trickle up economy. From our people, our families and our communities up, it will enable us to do the work that we want to do." #DemDebate 

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This conversation about automation is all because of @AndrewYangVFA  - for a guy with absolutely no political background it's incredibly impressi #DemDebatese .

"People need to keep their hands off of women's bodies and let women make the decisions about their own lives." - Sen. @KamalaHarris  on health care and women's reproductive rights #DemDebate 

"Senator Sanders' description of a federal jobs guarantee does not take into account the work of people like my wife, who's at home with our two boys, one of whom is autistic." @AndrewYangVFA  touts his $1,000-a-month universal basic income policy proposal

Tulsi Gabbard's "regime change war” is a Syrian and Russian propaganda buzz phrase. Pay attention to her rhetoric and how it impacts the conversation. We'd be in a better place if we were appropriately alarmed with Trump's anti-democratic rhetoric when it mattered