We looked inside some of the tweets by @TheDemocrats and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
That's a 78% increase in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter from 2011. Which means Twitter is taking over the world. And we're ok with that.
Just last month, Texas Republicans tried to pass a bill that would disproportionately make it harder for Black and brown people to vote. Congress must pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act to put an end to these Jim Crow 2.0 bills and ensure every voice is heard.
Today, we celebrate #Juneteenth—the day that marks the true abolition of slavery in America. As we recognize freedom and Black liberation, we know true equality remains out of reach for too many Black Americans, and our fight for real and lasting justice continues.
NEW POLLING: @POTUS continues to earn net positive approval ratings across the board. --> 52% approve of Biden's overall job performance --> 49% approve of his handling of the economy --> 62% approve of how he has handled the pandemic https://t.co/iE74EWbRvU
President Biden’s plan to tackle the pandemic and economic crisis is working—and Americans approve. https://t.co/CP63uDNQ9C
Six years ago, a white supremacist shot and killed nine Black worshippers at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. We hold the victims’ families in our hearts and recommit ourselves to taking action to end gun violence, including closing the Charleston loophole.
If the Mississippi law stands, Roe will not. Abortion will likely be outlawed in 24 states, including 11 where existing laws could automatically trigger abortion bans — no discussion required. The stakes have never been higher for reproductive rights. https://t.co/gITdIY1LtJ
Democrats are all in on protecting abortion rights and making sure Roe v. Wade remains the law of the land. https://t.co/vSkTYeb2L8