Mistaken Identity: People Angry At Supreme Court Decision Tweet Abuse At Innocent Blog
The Supreme Court issued a contentious 5-4 decision at the end of its term Monday, decreeing that Hobby Lobby — and by extension any other “closely held” family company — did not have to pay for employee contraception under the Affordable Care Act. Furious at the decision, many Twitter users took to the service to express their rage. The Supreme Court HAS no Twitter account — but try telling that to the activists who tweeted at SCOTUSblog, an independent and highly respected news site that covers the court, as if it were the court itself.
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