Tuesday Twitter roundup

As long as the NC GOP retains even the barest of majorities, they will abuse that advantage as much as possible. The only way to get them to act in a bipartisan fashion is to take that power away.

We'll let Geremy 'splain it:

Unless you're living in a fantasy world where a fraudster strikes twice at the same household, there is nothing remotely wrong with this process.

I have no desire to expose myself further to Tillis' tortured logic. We shouldn't even be talking about Amy Coney Barrett, her nomination is a travesty, literally dripping with hypocrisy and racism. Obama's nomination was stolen from him, just like African-Americans have always been ripped off.

This is (of course) a purely ad-hominem attack. Both Damon and Seth are conscientious and intelligent, and approach their responsibilities from a clear-headed perspective. They wouldn't be in those positions if they didn't.

I've got one word for you: McConnell. I'm not even sure a phone call from Jesus would sway him. Lucifer maybe, but not the J man.

Yep. Pretty much sums it up.

And those idiots still support him. You can't fix stupid, but you can outvote it.

Hell with that. Wait, did I hear someone from John Locke Foundation talking about teh free market or big gubmint? No, I did not.

That's a snazzy coffee mug right there. Kinda jealous, but I'm a mugophile. Javanut. I like coffee, is what I'm saying...

Yay! Just in time (actually a little f**kin' late, but) for family members to help residents vote absentee. Like over a million other North Carolinians have done so far:

That also shows you just why Republicans are attacking absentee-by-mail voting. Suppressing those votes is now their only hope.

On that infuriating note, here's your Onion:

True story, unfortunately.

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