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  • Is the #beardtwitter still on, because I do have a candidate for it.pic.twitter.com/203kN29Aki
  • @NCWIndia, @smritiirani and @sharmarekha... FYI. Thanks. cc @kavita_krishnanhttps://twitter.com/ofnosurnamefame/status/1163124384283815936 …
  • This man is the Governor of an Indian state. Conventional standards of behaviour do not allow me to speak ill of him, but what a misogynistic, racist thing to say, Mr. Roy! You should be honoring your designation and the office you are representing, if not your age, sir. Chhi!https://twitter.com/tathagata2/status/1162986136127410178 …
  • Translation: please beat up someone else, from which i can make political capital, not someone that belongs to my electorate.https://twitter.com/Tejasvi_Surya/status/1163011342191624192 …
  • This man is the Governor of an Indian state. Conventional standards of behaviour do not allow me to speak ill of him, but what a misogynistic, racist thing to say, Mr. Roy! You should be honoring your designation and the office you are representing, if not your age, sir. Chhi!https://twitter.com/tathagata2/status/1162986136127410178 …

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