In the grips of a possible pandemic:
— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) March 10, 2020
Not usually much for scare-mongering or overabundance of caution, but large gatherings of people should be avoided. Five (5) Wake County folks who attended a BioGen conference in Boston in late February contracted the Novel Coronavirus and brought it back home, and Dog knows where they've been going since then. Be smart, we're all counting on you.
Student debt is on the rise in NC, with the average debt per borrower increasing from $17,693 in 2007 to $26,362 for the class of 2017, but here is why universal loan forgiveness would cause more harm than good. #ncpol https://t.co/lIMIBBQMmf
— Civitas Institute (@NCCivitas) March 9, 2020
Yeah, I mean, no. If you think I'm going to take advice from somebody who was home-schooled and is attending Franklin Graham's Liberty University, I've got a bridge to nowhere I'd like to sell you.
We had a great canvass yesterday for @rickyhurtadonc !! If you want to help elect progressives in NC, Neighbors on Call will put your time and efforts to use to maximize their effect. We are always working, always canvassing. Join us! https://t.co/JjXkzPdfJM #gotv #ncga #ncpol pic.twitter.com/0PSicLBaHH
— Neighbors on Call (@NeighborsOnCall) March 9, 2020
Ricky is wide open, and might just win this thing. UNC-CH Class of 2011, y'all. Show him some love...
If schools close in #NorthCarolina as seems increasingly likely, suspending free breakfast & lunch, many children will go hungry. Help prepare for a possible #COVIDー19 debacle by contributing to @FoodBankCENC. Hoping #kidlit authors pitch in! #ncpol #ncpolitics #bullcitypol https://t.co/n7Uml082V1
— Robin Tiberius Kirk (@RobinKirk) March 9, 2020
Pay attention, folks. Child hunger in NC is a huge problem.
— Donald Bryson (@donaldbryson) March 9, 2020
Marc Thiessen's a fucking idiot. I'll save you the trouble: He spends a great deal of time tearing down the Democratic Primary process, trying to cast it as "Socialism," but completely left out the fact the Republican Party WOULD NOT ALLOW challengers to Trump in several states. They tried to do it in North Carolina, but it didn't work. You know who does crap like that? Dictators.
— Senator Wiley Nickel (@wileynickel) March 9, 2020
You really need to do something about those walls...
— Monkeytime (@tmorman) March 9, 2020
We're going to try. It's looking considerably better than it did two years ago.
— Melissa Boughton (@mel_bough) March 9, 2020
Our country has lost its soul.
BREAKING: N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Brook is officially recused from the state voter ID case, Holmes v. Moore.
Lawmakers moved for his recusal last week citing "a reasonable question of impartiality" from his job opposing voter ID @ACLU_NC. https://t.co/S5aIjUbV9t #ncpol
— Joseph Kyzer (@JosephKyzer) March 9, 2020
What's next? Pushing for Justice Anita Earls to recuse because she led the Southern Coalition for Social Justice? Get ready, because any case that is even remotely connected to the General Assembly better not be presided over by Junior Berger. I will light Twitter up like a supernova...
MEDIA OPPORTUNITY: State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA, will host a press conference at the NC Department of State Treasurer (3200 Atlantic Ave., Raleigh, N.C. 27604) -- Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 10:30 A.M. #ncpol #ncga #statehealthplan #media pic.twitter.com/z96WT5DKps
— NC Department of State Treasurer (@NCTreasurer) March 9, 2020
Lol! You ain't Lady Gaga, pal. Let me guess, Blue Cross, Blue Shield (I'm writing this Monday afternoon, and I promise I won't change it after the, um, "Media Opportunity.")
— NC Zero (@NC_Zero) March 10, 2020
Wolf is a Tea Party nut-job. His own Republican Party doesn't take him seriously, but he's perfect for Right-Wing Twits...
— Congress Tracker (@USCongressBot) March 10, 2020
Rome is burning and Reverend Mark is renaming buildings. You won't be missed (at all) pal.
On that contemptuous note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) March 9, 2020
Alright, just don't get any in my eyes.