On the #MormonMafia

On October 22nd Lou Dobbs decided to take the low road and claim a “Mormon Mafia” conspiracy to blame Donald Trump’s poor showing in Utah and the rise of independent conservative Evan McMullin.

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The Internet, showing it’s better angels, mocked Dobbs and I joined in. For the #MormonMafia I tweeted

https://twitter.com/Philip_R_Moon/status/791498530804293633

The tweet blew up with mentions from several sources.

 

 

**Update**

 

Made @midnight

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National News
Washington Post

CBS News

Huffington Post

Paste Magazine

Utah News

Deseret News

Salt Lake Tribune

KUTV (CBS – Salt Lake City)

KSL (NBC -Salt Lake City )


KSTU (Fox – Salt Lake City )

*NEW* KVNU radio “For the People” podcast (approx. 13:00 mark)

Mormon Media

LDS Living

LDS Smile

The Cultural Hall

Other Religious Media

Tablet Magazine

Conservative News
The Blaze

National Review

Mentions in USA Today, Huffington Post for #PhelpsFace

#PhlepsFace was trending on Twitter Augsut 8th, so I joined in the fun.

This tweet was posted in USA Today and Huffington Post among the best

Huffington post also added this one.

CBC News quotes an @midnight hashtag entry for #FixThe Internet

Got quoted by the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) in an article about the many solution posted with the Twitter hashtage #FixTheInternet

Twitter attempts to #FixTheInternet after Kim Kardashian breaks it with her butt

From the article 

…But perhaps the best use of the hasthag came from those who offered up genuine suggestions for “fixing the internet” — ideas that had very little to do with Kardashian, but spoke volumes about the everyday annoyances and problems many of us experience online in 2014.

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