Obligations and accountability --
Good morning.— Peter W. Singer (@peterwsinger) September 16, 2021
The home of the United States government this morning had security fencing thrown up around it, in preparation for another far-right rally,
because our government, media, civic orgs failed to have real accountability for those who helped cause the last violent one.
I just read where a rich white man complains about being victimized by “a two-tiered system of justice.” A rich white man, mind you, who once tried to railroad five innocent black and brown boys.— Leonard Pitts, Jr. (@LeonardPittsJr1) September 16, 2021
With that, I’m done. There is nothing else. I have officially seen it all. https://t.co/JbIjSA1N65
Jan 6th, election rigging, institutionalization of vigilantism, end of Roe, taking COVID's side, climate denialism, gun maximalism, anti-tax lunacy - all of these things put Rs way out of the mainstream.— Simon Rosenberg (@SimonWDC) September 10, 2021
We have an obligation to explain to people abt what's happened to the GOP.
With every passing day, it looks less like we have one nation divided by differing political beliefs and more like we have two warring countries battling each other within shared borders. One side represents and seeks to preserve the United States. The other seeks to destroy it.— David Rothkopf (@djrothkopf) September 17, 2021
Bad faith, bigoted Republicans (Rep. Matt Rosendale
This is from a real estate agent from Baltimore who moved to Montana, bought a cowboy hat and started calling himself a “rancher.” https://t.co/SWqwfykHnH— stuart stevens (@stuartpstevens) September 17, 2021
Debunking vaccine mandate myths --
Our thoughts, too --
May the fire offer no more trouble to the general than Georgia did. https://t.co/q51bBnB0UL— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) September 17, 2021