Now you check over your shoulder everywhere that you go / Walking down the street, there’s eyes in every shadow / You better take a look around you (come on now) / That equipment you got is so outdated / You can’t compete with murder incorporated / Everywhere you look now, murder incorporated.

“President Trump has spread some unfounded rumors about antifa to a national audience … But on the local level, the source of the false information has usually been more subtle, and shows the complexity of stunting misinformation online. The bad information often first appears in a Twitter or Facebook post, or a YouTube video there. It is then shared on online spaces like local Facebook groups, the neighborhood social networking app Nextdoor and community texting networks. These posts can fall under the radar of the tech companies and online fact checkers.” 41 Cities, Many Sources: How False Antifa Rumors Spread Locally. (Seriously, how do we run a country when huge swaths of the population are living in a world of make believe?)