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I’m gathered here with dozens of my congressional colleagues underground in the basement of the Capitol. If behind those doors they intend to overturn the results of an American presidential election, we want to know what’s going on. #StopTheSchiffShow https://t.co/c9Ks9VneYt
We don’t talk about how Gaetz, Biggs and others storming into the SCIF was a prelude to the Insurrection on 1/6. https://t.co/eeCZGEL5cC
Where is the profile of the Black activist who’s excited her president isn’t a racist? The suburban mom relieved that Biden is prioritizing vaccine distribution? The millennial college student who is happy to have a White House that acknowledges the climate change threat?
Flipping through the major newspapers this morning and not finding any profiles of Biden voters in diners who felt left behind these past few years and are excited for the new governing majority. Why is that?
There's a pandemic and we're avoiding diners. Also, they don't care. https://t.co/taTd1DSAda
I just had an incredible encounter. Our doorbell rang, so I opened the window to look below to the front stoop. When I saw a man delivering food, I called out to him, letting him know it must be for our neighbors downstairs. This, so far, is normal.
Very touching. https://t.co/uyjTlzHllD
Do the people who are outraged about Biden’s Rolex care that Ivanka wore $4K dresses that looked like used sofa cushions? Like, every day? Just asking
To be fair, many of her dresses looked like curtains rather than the sofa. https://t.co/1FUDxwDNNx
President Biden has removed the Diet Coke button. When @ShippersUnbound and I interviewed Donald Trump in 2019, we became fascinated by what the little red button did. Eventually Trump pressed it, and a butler swiftly brought in a Diet Coke on a silver platter. It's gone now. https://t.co/rFzhPaHYjk
I once worked in a school where we weren't allowed personal refrigerators. No one told me the soda button was an option. https://t.co/V2ZApLC8o5
Lt. Gen. Charles A. Flynn, the brother of disgraced felon Michael Flynn, has finally admitted he was there during the Jan. 6 phone call where Capitol Police and DC officials begged the Pentagon to send National Guard. Instead, they waited for four hours. https://t.co/kuwtgBlxI5