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We looked inside some of the tweets by @bopinion and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
17 minutes
Average replies
1
Average retweets
5
Average likes
12
Tweets with photos
6 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

183. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

407. in country United States and category Media

509. in category Magazines & Journals

Economic inequities that have been building for decades won’t be resolved by a $1.9 trillion Band-Aid https://t.co/6n4b8BcMI7

How many chief diversity officers get promoted to CEO? Exactly https://t.co/m9i9OAn5qf

Kremlin denizens and Putin himself know that Navalny isn’t just any anti-corruption blogger. He’s the only Russian politician consistently attracting an amount of attention comparable with Putin’s https://t.co/SqZOZLgmFN

The drama surrounding Alexey Navalny's return to Moscow shows he’s a thorn in Vladimir Putin’s side. @ClaraDFMarques explains why https://t.co/itXPokyQW0

Navalny isn’t strong because he’s supported by Western leaders. His strength comes from being able to drop the round-the-clock protection he got in Berlin and fly completely defenseless to Russia, where he’d just barely survived an assassination attempt https://t.co/ycY3UWWf0Q

On Navalny's standoff with Putin and the nature of his courage: https://t.co/Vyfgebt8hN via @bopinion

Alexey Navalny’s public challenge is the most powerful Putin has ever faced, says @Bershidsky https://t.co/FdUE2tkNZX

The early state leaders in the race to vaccinate Americans offer some lessons in best practices https://t.co/AI8RByZoaD https://t.co/5qe18cuRYp

The early state leaders in the race to vaccinate Americans offer some lessons in best practices https://t.co/AI8RByZoaD https://t.co/5qe18cuRYp

Sealing takeovers amid Covid-19 isn't easy even if you're French. Just ask Veolia https://t.co/2WrcSXgX1u

Most chief diversity officers usually last only three years in jobs that are underfunded, poorly designed and thankless https://t.co/qSiDd9yoPD

The pandemic has worsened America's gun-violence crisis. Here's how the Biden administration should respond https://t.co/yiEL0OK2xr

The drama surrounding Alexey Navalny's return to Moscow shows he’s a thorn in Vladimir Putin’s side. @ClaraFDMarques explains why https://t.co/5tajD6Wi4S

The economy needs all the help it can get. Covid-19 still rages out of control, shutting down spending around the world. Biden’s plan is a good one https://t.co/FJAAC4yD7R

How to separate the real advisers from the salespeople https://t.co/DiY7zfbWXC

Rule number 1: Do not ask friends and family https://t.co/YYphyt1Brj

The Carrefour about-face deprives shareholders, including France’s richest man, of an ideal exit from a difficult situation, says @AndreaFelsted https://t.co/mr4O03tzyt

Vietnam, the MLK and RFK assassinations, race riots - the U.S. has recovered from worse periods than the Trump era https://t.co/iD2uElDzSt

In a few days, Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi will take possession of the most coveted prize in U.S. politics: unified control of the federal government. They shouldn’t expect it to last — and they should govern that way, writes @mattyglesias https://t.co/4ueZ8qBIla

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