June 16, 2024

Social Media Buzz…

Social Media Buzz...

Here are social media posts that may tell a wonderful story or proverb, cause one to consider a viewpoint or challenge someone to get involved and become a part of a solution.  We want to share ideas (positive ideas) from the American people whether they are well-known or just a person living his/her American Dream.

However, just like with Clint Eastwood’s movie, we have the good, the bad and the ugly.  We want to make you aware of some of the bad and ugly social media posts so you are prepared to answer these types on confrontations…whether in real life or on the social media battlefield of ideas.  Go and engage!

the Good...


Jared Petry, Jenny Sirocky and Kevin Soler put up a “Trump Won” flag on an overpass over I-295 in Ohio.  These people know how to rock patriotism!!! 

the Bad...

Posted by cheddar news on June 12, 2021
The U.S. Navy successfully conducted its first-ever aerial refueling between a manned aircraft and an unmanned tanker. The unmanned tanker was being flown from the ground control station.
The Illinois-based mission lasted about four and a half hours and validated that an unmanned tanker could successfully use the Navy’s standard probe-and-drogue aerial refueling method.

and the Ugly...

Megan Geha, a special education teacher at Des Moines East High School who goes by the name “Ms. Magoo” on TikTok, voiced her displeasure at the law Republican Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed on June 8 prohibiting the teaching of CRT in schools. “Ms. Magoo” wants to have a teachable moment with your child, would you want that?

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