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- James Valentine
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RT @lesliegstanton: I just couldn’t resist playing along 🤣 #berniesmittens #BernieSandersMittens https://t.co/oHPloSzyg9
RT @jonfavs: Says the guy who tried to THROW OUT ALL THE VOTES OF PEOPLE FROM PITTSBURGH https://t.co/qpe120qoUv
Great day! https://t.co/GmjKq5v1k4
RT @ezraklein: And yet we've done nothing to close the underlying vulnerability. Despite losing by 7 million votes, if a few tens of thousands of votes in a few key states had switched, Trump would've been reelected. This is not a good system.
RT @ezraklein: If the person who got the most votes became president, Trump would never have become president.
Most Americans didn't want this. They saw that this was a bad idea, and they were overruled by a bad institution. The result has been a calamity.
RT @seungminkim: An illuminating and incredibly chilling video from my talented colleagues at the @washingtonpost https://t.co/rTb6Jf1N24
“This is not justice.” ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY. https://t.co/lJCq2YbB9q
RT @kathbarbadoro: Please read my essay about how the single piece of comedy produced in the last few years that isn’t about Donald Trump is actually the best one about Donald Trump https://t.co/q9NfxHBCbN
RT @jayrosen_nyu: I don't know how to unite the country, but I do know how to start. With a question: "who won the election?" Anyone who does not say Joe Biden is un-unitable— either perpetrator or victim in what students of propaganda call the big lie. Against that is the only unity within reach.
RT @DanRather: Every once in a while I just stop in my tracks and think: This is NUTS.
Happy Birthday to Sterling!! He is responsible for getting me out to Los Angeles with the 1999 Ernie Battle of the bands, and I’m very lucky to consider him a friend and mentor. https://t.co/EzSjHkDdxa
RT @SenWhitehouse: We've witnessed an extraordinary thing in our country's history. The idea that we're just going to whistle and walk away from it would be dereliction. Donald Trump needs to go.
RT @munson_jo: Pelosi said her young staffers knew to barricade the door, turn out the lights, and be silent, because they learned it in school.
RT @ezraklein: I remember Trumpists saying that the media was going to stop covering coronavirus after election day, but as a member of the media, I'd like to say: it'd be *great* if Trumpists would stop trying to overthrow the government so we could focus on coronavirus https://t.co/g6Cl0EguS5
RT @sam_rosenfeld: Bad office coworkers--we've all been there. Taking your leftovers from the shared fridge. Interrupting at meetings. Inciting a violent mob to seize the building then willfully infecting you with a deadly virus in the safe room...
RT @Sethrogen: It’s simple. These GOP “leaders” NEED to acknowledge they lost the election. If they don’t, they’re inciting violence by making people believe their democracy was stolen. Until they acknowledge there was NO evidence of mass voter fraud, their followers will continue to plot.
RT @mattyglesias: The way to bring down the temperature and promote healing is to apologize for this.
I'm sure the majority of people involved in promoting these lies never meant for it to end up with people getting killed, but that's what happened and they need to own up and say it was wrong. https://t.co/VUuTWZgz0K
RT @dennisjromero: Mayor Garcetti press release: The City of Los Angeles announced that COVID-19 testing operations at Dodger Stadium will end on Monday, and in collaboration with the County of Los Angeles, will transition the site into a mass vaccination center by the end of the week.
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