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Cowington Students, Nathan Phillips' Virus Clip: Twitter Suspends Account That Helps Fire



Maps claim to belong to a teacher in California. His profile photo was not a teacher, but a blogger based in Brazil. Twitter account froze soon after CNN Business has asked for it

The account with the name @ 2020fight was created in December 2016 and appeared to be the tweets of a woman named Talia living in California. "Teacher and lawyer, Fight for 2020," wrote his biography on Twitter. Since the beginning of this year, the account has posted an average of 130 times a day and has had more than 40,000 followers.

A long-time video showing the iconic confrontation between the elder and high school students with the inscription "This MAGA loser joyfully bothers Indian protesters in March of the native peoples."

This video version has been viewed at least 2.5 million times and has been reissued at least 1

4,400 times, according to a cached version of a tweety seen by CNN Business.

The video shared by @ 2020fight did not show what preceded the confrontation between the American Indians elder and the high school students.

The video was previously published in Instagram by a man who was at the event, but was @ The title of the fight for 2020, which helped shape the news cycle.

Rob McDonagh editor at Storyful, a service that checks online content, watched Twitter activity on Saturday morning and said the 2020 video is the main version of the incident that is shared in social media.

In one of the 2020 videotapes, many news stories, including some US national stores, reached the user and asked them directly for the video.

McDonagh said he thought the account was suspicious because of "his high number of followers, heavily polarized and yet incoherent political messages, the unusually high rate of tweaks and the use of someone else's image in the profile picture."

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