In a tweet from January of this year, Flynn responded to a Vox story on Twitter about whites-only dating sites, writing, "@voxdotcom soooo African Americans can have B. In one post, he called alt-right social commentator Mike Cernovich, who frequently shares unfounded news stories, "a source I trust."Flynn tweeted multiple times unfounded claims about Sen.
Marco Rubio's "coke house, gayish dance troupe, and foam parties." These tweets included a baseless article about Rubio being a homosexual who lived in a drug house and went to "foam parties" where "mutual masturbation is an occasional component, generally beneath the cover of foam." On Twitter, the younger Flynn frequently re-tweets Paul Watson, editor for the conspiracy website Info Wars, sometimes using the hashtag "#infowars" himself.
“I have used other sites (e Harmony, Match, Plenty Of Fish) with no success,” she told me.
The son of top Donald Trump adviser and retired Army Lt. Michael Flynn regularly shares conspiracy theories, expletive-filled posts, and racially insensitive sentiments on Twitter and Facebook, a CNN KFile review of his social media presence reveals. Flynn, shared stories alleging top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin had a connection to the Muslim Brotherhood, pushed a conspiracy theory that Sen.
Marco Rubio was a closeted homosexual who abused cocaine, and repeatedly used expletives to attack Trump's political opponents.
Recognizing the need for a conspiracy-friendly cyber courtship, "alternate" thinker Jarrod Fidden decided to create Awake Dating, an online safe space where people with interests ranging from UFOs, population control, Freemasonry, and Hollow Earth Theory can feel comfortable with themselves and with each other.
Fidden refers to people who hold unorthodox views as "awake," and says that publicly professing these perspectives can make finding companionship more difficult than usual.
The elder Flynn credited his son with editing his book and frequently tags his son in tweets. Hmmm..." (The tweet was deleted after CNN contacted Flynn for comment.)Flynn frequently shares unfounded conspiracy theories, like ones claiming Hillary Clinton and President Obama would be tried for treason if Trump is elected.