We looked inside some of the tweets by @JustinWorland and found useful information for you.
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“For Democratic likely voters, amid wildfires in the West and hurricane season, climate change has taken over the top spot (22%), followed by the coronavirus (18%), health care (15%), the economy (10%) and race relations (9%).” https://t.co/dVM7hjYhA2
"You have good genes, you know that, right? You have good genes. A lot of it is about the genes, isn't it, don't you believe? The racehorse theory. You think we're so different? You have good genes in Minnesota." -- Trump https://t.co/OiF63qZaKx
Who has bad genes, Mr. President? https://t.co/LejKcPIlMu
A few implications of RBG's death: 1) Trump will probably nominate a woman in the next few days. 2) A Senate vote seems most likely during the lame-duck session after the election. 3) This vacancy gives Trump the chance to reframe the presidential race away from the coronavirus.
No. 3 doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Our business gets to decide that. Why do we talk about Trump’s ability to “draw attention away” when WE control our airwaves and presses and wires? https://t.co/lSnkbZ6tSJ
“If climate change is left unchecked, bigger storms, unsurvivable heat and disappearing coastlines will leave billions displaced or struggling to survive. This would in turn create unprecedented strain on political and social institutions,” @JustinWorland https://t.co/uyXVGSnH0K
We’ll be at #ClimateWeekNYC! Join us next Thursday, 9/24, for a timely conversation on #ClimateChange and the American voter. Speakers include Christina Chan, @KHayhoe, @JonKrosnick, @richardgnewell, and @JustinWorland. Learn more and RSVP: https://t.co/8wzakH3kWF #RFFlive https://t.co/cxdpMs26v1
"China is willing to contribute more [on climate change] and we are now considering and studying a mid-century long-term vision for climate change, including such issues as the peaking of CO2 emissions and carbon neutrality" – spokesman https://t.co/I2hbPge70r
The "but what about China" has rung a little hollow for years but could soon be even more flimsy... https://t.co/Q1mTfw39SL
The question isn't whether climate change is happening. It's whether you have any solutions that aren't crazy. And you screaming that it's happening over and over isn't a solution. It's just posturing nonsense meant to agitate idiots in your base.
The shortest measurable unit of time is not the nanosecond; it’s the unit of time between “it’s bogus” and it’s hopeless.” https://t.co/Dqu8UHJb4f
"Climate change’s role in shaping politics and geopolitics today may be subtle, but in the future, its influence is certain to be more pronounced—and concerning," writes @JustinWorland https://t.co/dRng14nAkX
Warmer temperatures and extreme weather make us more irritable, more prone to violence, skeptical of outsiders, etc. Are those effects already subtly shaping our politics as we face record temperatures and crazy climate-related disasters? https://t.co/5eWQkM7Iwm