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“One of our reporters went to a school where there was preppy boys who were misogynists. CASE CLOSED” https://t.co/MY4czHSwmj — Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) September 20, 2018 Then he must be guilty. Skip the trial https://t.co/JXe5VWblPy — Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) September 20, 2018 This is Alex Jones level smearing. Matter of fact, I think Alex is doing the exact same thing regarding Christine Ford & her school. Good job, @GregJaffe Hi @GregJaffe , how many sexual assaults did you commit in that environment? If you’re insinuating that this is evidence to support such an allegation, do you have something to confess? https://t.co/d9Sza0GKIb Oh I get it now. Since @GregJaffe assaulted girls in HS, everyone did. https://t.co/ZDOVsOa4ef — Ms.
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