“Sorry For Your Lost” And Other Social Media Posts To Not Bring Into 2021

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I am always down for a good conspiracy theory or alternate viewpoint, but what I do not appreciate is false or misleading information. Fortunately, some social media platforms are starting to flag posts that contain questionable information and encouraging us to do our own follow-up fact-checking. Still, it’s better not to put the wrong information out there in the first place. If it’s your opinion, make that clear. Just remember that there are people who may respect your credibility and insight, so be responsible enough to live up to those expectations. Of course, we should all take responsibility for the information we consume and accept as fact, but it would help if we all did our part in not adding to the problem.

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