Let's do ourselves a favour, and stay off Twitter during this election campaign.
Toronto man Damany Skeene was convicted in 2015 of criminal harassment and uttering threats after making a stream of violent threats on Twitter against Conservative MP Michelle Rempel, pictured last year.
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Maybe it’s just me, but I think the nature of humanity is being dramatically altered by Twitter.
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