A week after the Chief Minister accused local media of publishing sensationalist fake news, a disastrous press conference shows how the Manx government is becoming desperate to “manage” stories about it.
This, I promise, is the last post about social media and the Manx election – I’m putting all the data here in a spreadsheet you can browse yourself. So if you’re a stats nerd or just love Microsoft Excel, tuck in!
Here’s something I find a source of fascination on the Isle of Man: the obsessive-compulsive anonymous social media loons proclaiming themselves “news sources” or “commentators”. The latest example is from Mannanan himself, an ancient Celtic sea god and tinfoil hat conspiracy theorist who loves referring to himself in the third person.
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