Not fake news:
The Russians (NRA) think that @RepHolding is a great Congressman. Grade A.
Members of Congress who have taken contributions from the NRA (Russians) should return their money, or their constituents should assume that they are carrying water for Trump/Putin #ncpol https://t.co/i6Su1I46dc
— Ap3xW (@Ap3xW) December 11, 2018
Russian spy Mariia Butina is singing like an opera star, and the lyrics are all about the NRA rolling in Russian cash and buying politicians for both of them. And it takes a survivor of the Parkland shooting (David Hogg) to remind us of this fact, which is sad on so many levels I don't know where to begin.
"In a world where absentee ballots aren't all the same... mostly... comes BLADEN RUNNER. This holiday seasons blockbuster, down south, home spun, sci-fi, election thriller" - movie trailer VO guy#NC09 #NC9 #NCpol@gercohen pic.twitter.com/fiIjGXx9ag
— 1 Star Kyle ★✰✰✰✰ (@MrStinkFingers) December 10, 2018
And I thought I had too much time on my hands when I made this badger meme:
Come on, that's funny. I didn't set out to find a picture of a fat badger, that was just sheer luck...
Tragically and moronically... efforts to prevent this type of fraud will face legal fights from the usual suspects, calling it “voter suppression.” Either we admit the problem & fix it...or we pass feel-good laws & make the fraud easier to commit...but harder to detect. #ncpol https://t.co/oURYSlZo3O
— Voter Integrity (@VoteChecker) December 10, 2018
Okay, "moron" is a noun, not an adjective, so you can't make an adverb out of it. Unless of course you're a moron...
— Colin Campbell (@RaleighReporter) December 10, 2018
Pricey, what (in god's name) are you doing there? You've already been limping around all over the place during the campaign, now you're driving to Raleigh during snowmageddon, slippin' around on the dang sidewalks...okay, I may have overreacted a little bit, but we can't afford to lose this one.
— Michelle Ann (@mishaquita) December 10, 2018
I don't know what to say about that yet. Kinda took me by surprise, is what I'm saying. Oh wait! I just realized, if she wins, she will preside over the NC Senate, potentially casting the tie-breaking vote. So we won't really be losing her from the Senate. Okay, I will allow this to happen.
— Pete Kaliner (@PeteKaliner) December 10, 2018
Ehhhh. Andrew Dunn on Pete Kaliner. I'd rather have front-row seats at a Justin Bieber concert...
— Sam Walker OBX (@SamWalkerOBX) December 10, 2018
It doesn't get much more North Carolina than that...
— Tim Boyum (@TimBoyumTV) December 10, 2018
Not really new, it's pretty much the same deadlocked nonsense they tried before.
@DallasWoodhouse is the only @NCGOP who is committed to democracy in #NCPol. The rest of the @NCGOP here are greedy, selfish hypocrites who don't have the Good of The People at heart. They'll fire Dallas because he doesn't toe the party line! @HardballChris @hardball
— drtakesabreak (@drtakesabreak) December 11, 2018
Lol! Whoever this idiot is (might be Dallas himself) is oblivious to the fact Dallas Woodhouse engineered the removal of a duly-elected NC GOP Chairman (Hasan Harnett) because he didn't "toe the party line." Which was really just an excuse to get rid of The Black Dude, but we won't go there...
— Emily Featherston - WECT (@EmilyWECT) December 10, 2018
Yeesh. 34 vote victory with Red Dome driving the GOTV bus? I hope they haven't changed the name on the office door yet...
— Michael Bitzer (@BowTiePolitics) December 10, 2018
Lol! That brown-nosing sack of shite visits the White House more often than he actually greets constituents in his office. And this is one of the most ironic (and idiotic) things I've ever seen:
The goal for a House Republican minority in the coming Congress should be clear and simple: show the same kind of commitment, energy, and resolve to keep our promises that the President has shown in keeping his
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) November 12, 2018
One of the main reasons you're now in a minority is because Trump has made and broken more promises than anybody could possibly keep up with. But please, do follow his example, because we need to increase that margin by at least a few dozen seats come 2020.
On that hilarious note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) December 10, 2018
Actually, that Ficus would be a much more effective Chief of Staff than Meadows. This is a shame...