Conspiracy Theories, Bots, Trolls and Convoys: Was It Just a Distraction?

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During the deep cold of Canadian midwinter, in early February, when the so-called “Freedom Convoy” rolled into Ottawa and settled in, it was something we whispered to each other on Twitter. It sounded outlandish, absurd and hard to imagine. But then, there was so much that didn’t add up.

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I answer rhetorical questions. Intersectional feminism. Neurodivergence. Trauma. Grief. Canada things. A smattering of poetry and fiction.

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Julia Marsiglio

Julia Marsiglio

I answer rhetorical questions. Intersectional feminism. Neurodivergence. Trauma. Grief. Canada things. A smattering of poetry and fiction.

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