Pay attention, NC elected officials:
— Joe Bearden (@GrayHairJoe) April 21, 2020
They've been voting by mail in Washington state for years, and everybody loves it. Come on.
— Michael Kruse (@michaelkruse) April 20, 2020
FWIW, I would not want to be in her position these days. The pandemic is ravaging Charlotte, exacerbating an already untenable homeless and housing situation, and now she's got the idiot Republicans to deal with. It's easy to say, "She shouldn't have allowed the RNC 2020 in the first place!" But it's sauce for the goose. You host the DNC one year, you can't very well deny the other party.
— clayjohanson (@clayjohanson) April 20, 2020
What (the hell) difference does that make? You need to check and make sure your carbon monoxide detector is still working...
— John Cole (@ColeToon) April 20, 2020
Yeah, but again, I don't expect a damn thing to be done about it.
To help meet its constitutional obligation to educate every child, North Carolina should use its $95.6M in educational funding from the CARES Act to support distance learning for its most vulnerable students. @ncpublicschools #ncpol https://t.co/2tFsuLv4RG
— Southern Coalition (@scsj) April 20, 2020
Whether they are in class or at home, the inequities in our system work against these kids at every turn.
— NC Zero (@NC_Zero) April 20, 2020
That is the stupidest campaign video I have ever seen, but Donald Trump's knuckle-draggers will probably eat it up. Disgusting.
— LeoTheLion (@LeoTheLionIV) April 20, 2020
Oh, well in that case, I see your point. *snarkasm*
— Kevin A. Smith (@4KevinASmith) April 21, 2020
Make no mistake, these rallies are not about the pandemic, they are Republican campaign tactics. People think the election has been put on hold? Think again. They're waving Trump (and Confederate) flags, MAGA hats and t-shirts, and viciously attacking mostly Democratic Governors. This isn't about now, it's about November. And we need to make sure they are wasting their time, because the fate of our nation hangs in the balance:
— NC Zero (@NC_Zero) April 21, 2020
Trump's Wall is more than just a structure, it's a symbol. The same kind of symbolism used in North Korea. And that should scare the hell out of every one of us.
Three nurses showed up to counter-protest the Arizona “liberate” rally.
They stood silently.
And the “liberate” crowd didn’t leave them alone. They stood in their faces and berated them.
These women are heroes, and deserve so much better.
— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) April 21, 2020
Speaking of symbolism, it's ironic that the drab nursing blue outshines the gaudy American Flag costumes worn by these dingleberries. That's courage, folks. Take a long look.
On that inspiring note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) April 20, 2020
And so does the author. :)