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Twitter has become a main source of news and information for most of the world. Users choose who to follow and to whom they wish to send likes and comments. During my time in Mario Nawfal’s Twitter Spaces, I have been fortunate to meet new people and find myself outside my normal social media echo chamber. My guest and I met over one of Elon Musk’s and Mario’s spaces and began following one another. David Weissman has created a large following on Twitter. With over 360k, and multitudes of posts per day, he has made his tweets engage with the masses.
What makes David’s story interesting to me, is this is a largely unknown individual who has made his story engaging to others. His journey began as a MAGA supporter in 2016, and now continues as a proud liberal Democrat who voted for Biden in 2020. I wanted to understand, how does one go from such extremes? With so many following his posts and views, is he an echo chamber for the left? Or, has he taken the time to understand and argue his points for the betterment of America?
This show exists for courageous and bold conversations. These interviews are not “I gotcha” moments, but rather a way to understand all sides and how they got to their ideologies. I thank @DavidMWeissman for being my guest and being willing to speak with my audience today.
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