When a man's true character emerges, pay attention:
— John D. Burns (@johnburnsnc) June 11, 2019
Somebody needs to ask Craig Horn why it took the Legislature two months to respond to the hurricane in the first place. Of course they were too busy doing other (partisan) crap, but they'll never admit that.
We’re pleased that the proposed tariffs on Mexican imports aren’t taking effect today, but Congress should still pass the USMCA quickly to preserve our important trade relationship with Mexico. https://t.co/eNZa82oBa9 #ncpol https://t.co/i2l80wubAt
— NC Chamber (@NCChamber) June 10, 2019
Apparently you're under the impression that a trade agreement (even one he gladly signs and brags about) will stop Trump from having one of his countless meltdowns and decides to rip it up and stomp on the scraps. It won't.
"Policy makers have the opportunity to open the gate for North Carolina to be one of the best places in the country to be born."
FACT: Expansion states saw > 50% reduction in infant mortality vs. non-expansion states. #CloseTheGapNC #ncpol #ncgahttps://t.co/zl3YdkMHwb
— NC Health Advocacy (@nchealthaccess) June 10, 2019
But Obama! Just kidding. But seriously, they're fricking idiots...
— Joe Stewart (@joeytwogloves) June 10, 2019
Yep. Was just listening to NPR earlier today about the Electoral College, and NC was one of four states that saw 75% (I think) of all candidates' visits. Lucky us...
Eagerly awaiting a day -- and it will come -- that not a bit of this very basic protection could stir any conceivable opposition in our political system. @NCPolicyWatch @ames_simmons @equalitync @RepDavidEPrice #trans #LGBTQ #USPolitics #ncpol https://t.co/sED0PQMHgM
— Billy Ball (@Billy_K_Ball) June 10, 2019
You're young enough to see it in your lifetime, but I'm not sure I am.
— AHCNC (@ahcncnow) June 10, 2019
I really need one (or more) of my progressive friends to tell me which way is the right way on this. I'm lost.
— Brian Murphy (@MurphinDC) June 10, 2019
Insiders don't choose Primary winners, the voters do. That being said, I'm sure Tillis is a little concerned.
— ncFortyEight (@ncFortyEight) June 10, 2019
I just had a mental picture that I need to block, stat. Yeesh.
Help me stop Red for ED groups! Encourage teachers to #OptOut of unions. In my state, teachers are already covered for liability so there's no reason to stay connected to greedy union. .@P4PNC #ncpol #purpleforparents #MondayMotivation
— Angela Humphries (@AngelaHumphrie9) June 10, 2019
Lol! Charlie Kirk has over a million followers, probably all as dumb as you are. If you expect him to even acknowledge this Tweet, you're more delusional than you appear. And you appear very delusional.
"More than one out of every five children in #district48 has to deal with the possibility that there may not be enough food after the bills are paid."
Help me put an end to childhood hunger in #WNC. #briancaskeyforncsenate #ncpol @NoKidHungryNC @nokidhungry @CPublicPress https://t.co/61ZgjgjTmD
— Brian Caskey (@BrianCaskeyNC) June 11, 2019
There really is no reason *any* child should go hungry in this country, much less 20% of them.
Former Nixon counsel John Dean draws 6 parallels between Mueller report and Watergate @SenThomTillis @SenatorBurr @RepMarkMeadows @RepTedBudd @virginiafoxx @NCGOP #ncga #ncpol https://t.co/KTwqZqPxnQ
— innovIDrsrchr (@Band_Dad) June 11, 2019
One of the biggest differences between now and then is the integrity of Congressional Republicans. Many were hoping for a miracle that would keep Nixon in office, but others were more interested in the truth than propping Nixon up, which is why he resigned. Republicans of today wouldn't recognize truth if it slapped them in the face.
On that sad note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) June 10, 2019
The man is unstoppable...