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Mar 15 12 tweets 4 min read
The state of Trump:

Washington, D.C. GOP hate Trump. Not only did Trump lose the election to Nikki Haley, but in a city of 700,000 people, Trump received only 676 votes

Trump has made clear the feeling is mutual. At a time when political parties usually staff up,
@marcelias Image Trump’s hand-picked hatchet man fired 60 RNC staffers across several departments last week

Trump is waging a nonstop war on mail-in voting and has made it clear the RNC needs to do its part. Who better than to carry that out by election denier Christina Bobb
Mar 6 9 tweets 3 min read
Great post from @zeteo_news
Is this the Most Offensive Republican Candidate in America?

Seven Crazy Things You Should Know About North Carolina’s Mark Robinson
Thread: Holocaust denier

The following year, he wrote: “This foolishness about Hitler disarming MILLIONS of Jews and then marching them off to concentration camps is a bunch of hogwash.”

Mar 1 96 tweets 34 min read
And so we begin the month of March of 2023. Let's see how many drag queens vs. white Christians are charged with pedophilia.

Here's the link to January and February

Thanks for playing #NotADragQueen!
#NotADragQueen #TeacherPedophile

Matthew Ethan Farr, former Catholic school principal The charges listed in the St. Francois County Grand Jury indictment are two counts of felony enticement or attempted enticement of a child (less than 15 yo)

Jan 5 42 tweets 13 min read
Since my 8 month thread about convicted pedo's was so big, I will provide a link to that one and am starting a 2024 thread.

In 2023, only 3 trans people were convicted of pedophilia, while thousands of others were.

Let's go!
I want to thanks @antifaoperative and @darafaye for their research

Former Midland Youth Pastor Corey White has pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly accessing images depicting child pornography involving a minor.
Jan 4 17 tweets 3 min read
oversightdemocrats.house.gov/sites/democrat… PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

The Committee’s Democratic staff has documented more than $5.5 million in spending at Trump-owned properties during Trump’s time in office
Nov 18, 2023 14 tweets 3 min read
Reagan years in Congress:

1981-1986 - GOP ran the Senate, Dems ran the House

1987-1989 as Reagan declined - Democrats ran Congress. It was a blowout.

What happened?

thehill.com/homenews/house… 1985
Farm credit crises pose serious a threat to U.S. agriculture. The Reagan administration eases rules on a loan-guarantee program, but rejects provisions for additional funding


Reagan admin announces trade embargo against Nicaragua in an attempt to undermine
Oct 19, 2022 16 tweets 3 min read
This case concerns the House of Representatives Select Committee to Investigate the
January 6 Attack on the US Capitol’s (“Select Committee”) attempt to obtain Dr. Eastman’s
emails from his Chapman email account
storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.usco… All five of these emails discuss in part actions to support the plan to disrupt the Joint Session. Some portions of these emails do discuss litigation strategy, and to that extent, they are created in anticipation of litigation. However, for other portions, “[t]he true animating
Aug 27, 2022 21 tweets 6 min read
Remember that Trump had a huge debt nut due this year? Puts that in a whole new light

"Trump was drowning in debt when he left office. Now, magically, he is flush with cash and free to deal— thanks to a little help from powerful friends."

forbes.com/sites/danalexa… The Trump Org—under indictment—has managed to rework almost all $900M of the debt it had coming due.

Two of its most troublesome Deutsche Bank loans, totaling $295M, are now off the books, due to magical refinancing with Axos a Kushner family linked bank
Aug 26, 2022 21 tweets 6 min read
For the reasons explained below, the materials the gov marked for redaction in the attached document must remain sealed to protect the safety and privacy of a SIGNIFICANT number of civilian witnesses,
politico.com/f/?id=00000182… in addition to LE personnel, as well as to protect the integrity of the ongoing investigation and to avoid disclosure of grand jury material

The Court gave "great weight" to "the significant likelihood that unsealing the Affidavit would harm legitimate privacy interests," with
Aug 24, 2022 5 tweets 2 min read
top DOJ officials Steven Engel and Edward O'Callaghan wrote in their memo that the evidence "is not, in our judgment, sufficient to support a conclusion beyond a reasonable doubt that the President violated the obstruction-of-justice statutes." businessinsider.com/doj-releases-m… Engel authored the memo as head of the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel, a unit tasked with weighing some of the thorniest legal questions faced by the executive branch.
Jul 8, 2022 14 tweets 4 min read
The CIA also has a manual on insurgency. fas.org/blogs/secrecy/…

And it’s absolutely fascinating to read. It’s not a big manual. And it was written, I’m sure, to help the U.S. government identify very, very early stages of insurgency

And the manual talks about three stages. The first stage is pre-insurgency. That’s when you start to have groups beginning to mobilize around a particular grievance. And it’s oftentimes just a handful of individuals who are just deeply unhappy about something. And they begin to articulate those grievances.
Jul 5, 2022 18 tweets 4 min read
“Hot Gulag Summer,” held at the nondescript Capitol Hill town house leased by the Conservative Policy Institute, advertised Jan. 6, 2021-themed cocktails, including the “Capitol Attaquiri,” “Insurrection on the Beach” and the “Mostly Peaceful Mojito.” grid.news/story/politics… It's all fun and games to the traitors

“We’re all going to be sent to the gulag eventually,” the invitation read. “We might as well party and get to know each other before we are all ‘reeducated.’”
Jun 1, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
Op-ed slander. Amber Heard is a liar per the court.

She destroyed his career with the op-ed on purpose per the court Depp proved all statements were defamatory, they were about him directly, they were false statements. She acted with malice.

Against Amber $10M
Punitive $5M

Heard's counter claim:
Waldman made false statements and with malice

Against Depp: $2M
Punitive: $0
May 31, 2022 4 tweets 1 min read
John Durham is a sham. He has only charged 3 people since 2019, this is the first to get to court, and it's an acquittal!!

The two that are left, one has pleaded guilty the other is waiting to get to trial. the pace of Durham’s investigation, which began under Trump and has already lasted far longer than Mueller’s 22-month probe, has been widely questioned – including by Trump.
May 30, 2022 7 tweets 2 min read
SumOfUs researchers also reported experiencing homophobic and racial slurs in Horizon World and said they witnessed gun violence on the platform.

Did you really think Zuck would keep you safe in a fake world, when he can't keep you safe in the real one? At Meta's shareholder meeting, a proposal was introduced to complete a third-party assessment of "potential psychological and civil and human rights harms to users that may be caused by the use and abuse of the platform" and "whether harms can be mitigated or avoided,
May 29, 2022 5 tweets 2 min read
In 1994, Clinton signed into law the ban on assault weapons and large-capacity mags (LCM). The law — which grandfathered in an estimated 1.5M assault weapons and 25M LCMs already owned by Americans — was in place for 10 years until @GOP let it lapse.

washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/… During the ban — 1995 to 2004 — there were about 19 incidents per year

Two key provisions can be especially effective. “State laws requiring a permit to purchase a firearm, which includes a background check on all purchases, are associated with 60% lower odds of a mass public
May 27, 2022 5 tweets 2 min read
Within the next few weeks, a majority of state legislatures will conclude their 2022 sessions. Here’s a recap of just a few of the new, concerning voting and election laws:

@DemocracyDocket In Arizona: House Bill 2492 requires all Arizonans to provide proof of citizenship to register to vote, endangering the voter registrations of a large number of individuals. Arizona also banned same-day voter registration, even though the state does not have it.
May 27, 2022 11 tweets 2 min read
While it is common for details to shift following mass attacks, some of the changes in Uvalde made during news briefings and interviews have been striking. Did anyone try to stop the gunman from entering the school?

Auth had initially said the attacker exch gunfire with a school police officer before entering the school

During a briefing Wednesday, said a school police officer “engaged” the shooter but that no shots were exchanged
May 23, 2022 4 tweets 2 min read
"It is tempting to imagine that all of the challenges we have experienced lately are the product of one man’s dangerous contempt for anything but his own self-interests.

The canary in the coal mine involved the death of four Americans, and the manipulation of that terrible tragedy in an unprecedented abuse of legislative power that came to be known simply as “Benghazi.”

May 15, 2022 4 tweets 7 min read
The last thing Republicans want is the truth. The majority of deep red states have really bad numbers, because they continue to feed the rich and starve the poor.

Here's some more stats:
1/ Rounding up:
MS - @tatereeves @cindyhydesmith @RogerWicker
20% poverty
LA - @JohnKennedyLA @BillCassidy 19% poverty
NM - @benraylujan @MartinHeinrich 18.6% poverty
AR - @AsaHutchinson @SenTomCotton @JohnBoozman 16.3% poverty
KY - @LeaderMcConnell @RandPaul 16.7% poverty
May 14, 2022 16 tweets 4 min read
In the early 1980s, I was fooling around with a novel that explored a future in which the US had become disunited. Part of it had turned into a theocratic dictatorship based on 17th-century New England
theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/… Puritan religious tenets and jurisprudence. I set this novel in and around Harvard University—an institution that in the 1980s was renowned for its liberalism, but that had begun three centuries earlier chiefly as a training college for Puritan clergy.