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In a report published on Tuesday, The Washington Post smeared conservative activists, likening them to “Russian bots” and a Macedonian “troll farm” for posting pro-Trump and conservative content online from their own accounts, in coordination with Turning Point USA marketing partner Rally Forge.

The Post, ironically railing against so-called election interference, boasted Tuesday about prompting social media giants like Twitter and Facebook to ban the young Arizona-based politicos’ accounts:
In response to questions from The Post, Twitter on Tuesday suspended at least 20 accounts involved in the activity for “platform manipulation and spam.” Facebook also removed a number of accounts as part of what the company said is an ongoing investigation.

There is no evidence presented by the Post or otherwise that the accounts are in fact “bots.”
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