Twitter is a little light tonight, but there are some standouts.February 8, 2021
But name one individual in government, in the media or any other person who has been held fully accountable for the lies about Russia collusion and the illegal surveillance of Donald Trump before and after his election.
Most of the lawyers and MAGA enthusiasts who decided to play a consequential role in Trump’s efforts to overturn election have had their jobs or businesses shredded, their personal lives shaken, or their reputations irrevocably tarnished. https://t.co/mu2TJOBSRT
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 9, 2021
Here ladies & gents is the classic prosecution employing the “Everything but the kitchen sink” theory.
— Elizabeth de la Vega (@Delavegalaw) February 9, 2021
Joe Walsh just makes things up – there’s no basis in fact in his lead in – it’s just a feeble attempt to attach a fable to current events.
This is such a straightforward issue: Donald Trump couldn’t be trusted with our nation’s intelligence WHILE he was President. Why the fuck would anyone let him see our nation’s intelligence AFTER he was President? https://t.co/4D9mr83aPA
— Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) February 8, 2021
Was nobody with her to say, “I don’t think they’re right for you” when she bought those frames?
This is my I AM V SERIOUS ABOUT EQUALITY face pic.twitter.com/Q7wFXFzdP3
— Kate Kelly (@Kate_Kelly_Esq) February 8, 2021
Wolf Blitzer faithfully documenting the charade.
As I drove around Capitol Hill today, I noticed that security remains very intense. I’m told it will stay that way during the course of Trump’s second impeachment trial which begins tomorrow in the U.S. Senate. You still can’t get close to the Capitol – for good reason. pic.twitter.com/LWRNYdxweM
— Wolf Blitzer (@wolfblitzer) February 8, 2021
That’s All Folks!