— Travis Fain (@TravisFain) April 20, 2021
That's fine, Robinson is even more of an extremist than Forest was. He will ruin his own chances in short order.
There are very few things left that aren’t saturated with politics and vitriol. Now my beloved baseball has been sacrificed to the ‘woke’ crowd, too.
It’s a loss for us all. - @freemktmartinez #NCGA #NCPOL #MLBhttps://t.co/V2ClM7G2bb
— John Locke Foundation (@JohnLockeNC) April 19, 2021
If by "woke" you mean pro-democracy, ready to defend the Constitutional right to vote, then yeah. The MLB scored a home run for democracy, you just can't see it through your cheap, knock-off Raybans.
Thanks to @NC_Governor, rather than recklessly following neighboring states like GA and SC, NC followed the science. And while the @NCGOP was playing political games w/ the pandemic, our Governor stayed the course and listened to our experts - saving both lives and jobs. #ncpol https://t.co/cqTytjLCJl
— NC House Democrats (@NCHouseDems) April 19, 2021
And it's a big reason why NC re-elected Roy Cooper, and not that idiot Dan Forest. It's no accident we're in the best quadrant, it's a direct result of good, responsible governing. And yet:
Radical Roy is NOT committed to helping North Carolina economically bounce back from the effects of the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/BU7owo42Mt
— NCGOP (@NCGOP) April 18, 2021
Michael Whatley sits on a throne of lies. A porcelain throne, which he constantly has to labor with a plunger to keep it unclogged. He's full of $#!+, is what I'm saying...
Pro-tip for Republican elected officials posting to Facebook, etc.:
Spell "Reagan" correctly.#ncpol
— Paul Woolverton (@FO_Woolverton) April 19, 2021
They're lucky to spell their own names correctly...
— Thomas Mills (@tmillsNC) April 19, 2021
Good stuff. Biden has been incredibly productive in his first 3 months, but there are still some critical issues that need to be addressed.
Excited that the NC House voted for the Equity in Opportunity Act to help increase educational opportunities for low-income families and students with disabilities. This bill will ensure our most vulnerable students have choices to meet their education needs. #ncga #ncpol pic.twitter.com/ph8mZ22vSZ
— Mark Shiver (@markshiver) April 19, 2021
And just how (exactly) does raising the income cap to 170% of the poverty level help low-income families? The truth is, it doesn't. You're now in the later stage of your plan, throwing money at upper middle class families, to send their kids to religious schools where they can better learn to discriminate against the people you don't like.
First Manchin tried to block state tax cuts, now he wants to federally preempt Right-to-Work. When he says “level the playing field,” he means nationally prohibiting Right-to-Work laws that give WV, NC, and 25 other states a competitive advantage #ncpol https://t.co/WK0JstDNQA https://t.co/uGJFSyLUGX
— patrickmgleason (@patrickmgleason) April 19, 2021
Lol! When you're scared of Joe Manchin, you really have lost your conservative marbles.
— Brian Murphy (@MurphinDC) April 19, 2021
Five dollars! Who am I, Armond Hammer's son...Framing...nevermind, I got off track on that joke early, and couldn't save it.
"You can’t have equity without access."- @nchospitals President & CEO, Steve Lawler, shares how Medicaid expansion addresses unequal access to care in our state. #HealthEquity #ExpandMedicaid #NCpol https://t.co/Py5VB1x8xT
— NC Health Advocacy (@healthactionnc) April 19, 2021
You're assuming Republicans want (or even care about) unequal access in health care. They don't.
The “Election Integrity Act” seeks to restore trust in the electoral process and will address absentee ballot guidelines. I am proudly sponsoring SB 326 because I took an oath to protect the democracy of North Carolina and our country. #ncpol #ncga pic.twitter.com/Hz0Lj2NN4k
— Lisa Stone Barnes (@ElectLisaBarnes) April 20, 2021
Making it harder to vote is not "protecting democracy," it's the exact opposite. The only thing you're desperately trying to protect are GOP majorities in both houses of the General Assembly.
— ara wilson (@arawilson) April 20, 2021
On that positive note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 17, 2021
This is true.