Liberal TwitterSphere … most didn’t go to church so plenty of time to post to their diaries.February 21, 2021
Notice that Rob Reiner failed to mention any contribution he made to the Texas storm crisis…
AOC, a Congressional resident of The Bronx, raised 4 million for the struggling people of Texas. Ted Cruz, a Texas Senator, raised Shame. GOP, it’s time to stop trashing this compassionate woman and start governing for the people.
— Rob Reiner (@robreiner) February 21, 2021
Brian Stelter’s book is coming out in … PAPERBACK! That’s the “big news.” Generally, paperback formats release around a year after the initial hardcover … while books with lower than expected circulation get stocked in cheaper paperback.
I have some big news about HOAX to share… later today ?
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) February 21, 2021
SCIENCE: “You Probably Shouldn’t Let Your Dog Kiss Your Face.”
Dog mouths are teeming with germs waiting to infect a human host — “an enormous oral microbiome of bacteria, viruses and yeast,” Neilanjan Nandi, a professor of medicine at Drexel University, told the Times. And “there are some organisms unique to dogs that we were simply not meant to tolerate of combat.” Among those organisms are gastrointestinal bullies like salmonella, E. coli, and campylobacter, as well as a handful of worms that dogs can pick up from eating one another’s poop.
Most parents remind their kids of this.
I was, indeed, on a call ?? https://t.co/s82xzYoc0h
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 21, 2021
Do you really believe what is being said here? I could be mistaken but I don’t think Dan Rather takes pictures of dead people and tries to imagine “a chain of pain.” I just don’t.
It’s impossible to comprehend 500,000 deaths. I read about those who have died. Look into their eyes in pictures. I start with 1 person, then 2, then more, imagining a chain of pain so long it feels unending. To those who’ve lost loved ones, I send deep condolences. I see you.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) February 21, 2021
George has obviously graduated from Ron Perlman’s advanced Twitter course, Summa Cum Laude. As Joe Biden would advise, “Come on man!”
Overheard: “Although the virus is transmitted through the nose and mouth, scientists are concerned that a lot of the spread is by as*holes.”
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) February 21, 2021
And Robert knows this … HOW? Maybe it’s just me, but all of my mail is arriving just fine and doesn’t seem to be slow at all. This is typical of the Liberal mindset – just make up something with which to criticize someone you don’t care for.
Your reminder that Louis DeJoy is still Postmaster General — slowing deliveries of everything from paychecks to life-saving medications. The USPS Board of Governors should fire him. If they won’t, Biden should fire them.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) February 21, 2021
And Robert also the grievous habit of turning a phrase that is just gross … and meaningless. Disgusting in its implication.
Let’s get one thing straight: freedom does not mean the freedom of an eight-year-old to freeze to death in a mobile home.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) February 21, 2021
Congressional Budget Office: Raising the federal minimum wage would lift millions out of poverty — but there’s a downside.
“Increasing the minimum wage would have two principal effects on low-wage workers,” the CBO report stated. “For most of them, earnings and family income would increase, which would lift some families out of poverty. But other low-wage workers would become jobless, and their family income would fall — in some cases, below the poverty threshold.”
But hey, keep that narrative going…
Two-thirds of Americans support raising the minimum wage. It will lift millions out of poverty.
What are we waiting for?
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) February 21, 2021
This MSNBC contributor has her head in an undisclosed location. Jennifer Rubin is right up there with a dozen or so pundits whose Twitter feed is absolutely useless.
You hear it all the time, especially from Democrats: We need a functioning two-party system. We need a better Republican Party. No, and no. https://t.co/3KFEsKBTGr
— Jennifer ‘pro-reality’ Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) February 21, 2021
Talk about a “Day late and a dollar short,” this guy takes the prize…you can’t put the “OUT OF BUSINESS” genie back in the lamp this far into the lockdown.
Restaurants need immediate federal relief to weather COVID—too many places we know and love could close without more help
I’m working to pass my plan for a down payment of $25 billion for a relief fund based on the RESTAURANTS Act to provide a lifeline to struggling restaurants
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) February 21, 2021
Hey David, try to keep up O.K.? Donald Trump Is NOT Starting His Own Political Party.
Almost half of Republican voters would follow Trump into a new party…
Which is why @GOPleader abased himself by flying to FL to kiss Trump’s rear end even AFTER Trump left him to the tender mercies of the 1/6 insurrectionists.https://t.co/Kyev2rl1ml via @USATODAY
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) February 21, 2021
Speaking of “what did she know,” I think your Mom might have the answer to that…pretty sure she knows a lot more than she’s willing to admit.
Since Secret Service is trending after a Trump supporter claims she worked with them #Jan6, I’m asking again what I asked in real time during the deadly insurrection: what did they know about the threat? https://t.co/2l6kO54Jfq
— Christine Pelosi (@sfpelosi) February 21, 2021
Completely missing the point, but that’s a job requirement at CNN. But cultishness could very well be what put Joe Biden in the White House (was that a remote possibility in your mind?)
When following a figure, a man, not principles or ideology, it is no longer a political party.
It is a cult. It is a cult. It is a cult. https://t.co/SZVXYfc9Vc
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) February 22, 2021
And yes, they are still rambling on and on about Ted Cruz, but I left those out due their overwhelming irrelevance!
That’s All Folks!