A Tweet from CNN and Washington Post contributor promoting Naziism has surfaced Monday, which the author is calling a “hack.”
“Zieg [sic] Heil my friends,” Tweeted Frida Ghitis in 2016.
But Ghitis claimed that she did not write the Tweet. Rather, she says, she was “hacked.”
“Anyone who claims I’m a Nazi because of a hacked tweet should spend a moment reading any of the thousands of articles I have written. That should clear things up,” she said in response.
It is odd that this alleged “hack” was only addressed by Ghitis two years later.
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