He’s back: Sethi’s social media footprint restored

We’ve had a bit of fun at unsuccessful U.S. Senate candidate Manny Sethi’s expense both in the print and blog editions of The Tennessee Journal for the unexplained wiping of his social media footprint after losing the Republican U.S. Senate nomination.

But just as suddenly as Sethi’s Twitter and Facebook pages disappeared following the Aug. 6 primary, they’re back online in all their glory (his Instagram, however, remains AWOL).

UPDATE: We’re informed that the social media accounts were taken down while Sethi mulled changing his handles now that the campaign is over.

5 Responses to He’s back: Sethi’s social media footprint restored

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    Stephen Elliott says:

    Been following this story with bated breath. Thx ES.

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    Stuart I. Anderson says:

    If this is the beginning of the “New Improved Manny Sethi” it may be a welcome development. Assuming this Manny Sethi continues to thirst for “public service” and he is a conservative Republican he will begin his political career in local government or the General Assembly and/or start to make significant contributions to the campaigns of ONLY proven stalwart conservatives in order show his devotion to the conservative cause. Will the New Improved Manny Sethi “Walk-the-Walk”?

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    LeeAnn C. says:

    It’s too late for him to put on his big boy pants and endorse the winner of the race. The arrogant Dr M will not get any attention from me until he actually does something to provide substance to his claims of being a Republican and/or Conservative. I have my doubts on both statements.

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