I've linked to similar thoughts before but it's always worth repeating. You own your words. Why feed twitter, facebook or some other behaviour farm with them? Your personal space on the net is your archive and your place to experiment.
British journalist Carole Cadwalladr gave an impassioned speech at the TED conference where she took on the silicon valley big guys for their role in the brexit mess. Predictably, their reactions weren't very warm.
It's common knowledge today that social media has a tendency to amplify negative emotions, often based on falsehoods.
The New York times recently published a piece about a study showing how Facebook fuelled anti-refugee attacks in Germany.