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MSNBC might want to sit out dunking on Rudy Giuliani's Twitter conspiracy theory

It certainly wasn’t Rudy Giuliani’s finest moment; he typed a period in a tweet that created a live URL. Not only that; someone quickly snapped up the domain name for less than ten bucks and posted an anti-Trump message at the site.


Giuliani claimed in a tweet that Twitter was up to no good:

Yeah, we’re pretty sure it was just a typo. MSNBC took the opportunity to dunk on Giuliani:

Most of us don’t attribute our mistakes to a nefarious political plot … but you don’t have to knock on too many doors at MSNBC to find someone who does.

Oh, you’re referring to the time-traveling hackers who altered the archive of her old blog to fill it with offensive posts?



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