— Jenna Wadsworth (@jennawadsworth) July 7, 2020
COVID 19 infections align with other negative health outcomes suffered by minority families, thanks to a system that was designed to cater to the wealthy. Everything has a price tag, but not everybody can pay those prices.
— Young Democrats of NC (@ydnc) July 6, 2020
You know what, let him keep digging his own grave, both political and actual. 70% of North Carolinians support the mask mandate, and this idiot can't change that by puffing out his chest.
— KatDeDitch (@KDDitsch) July 6, 2020
Actually, retail stores are open. I just shopped in Barnes & Noble on Friday, and there were about the same number of customers there as there were pre-Covid. The last time I went to a mall like the above pre-Covid, there were about 95% elderly mall-walkers and nobody buying shit. They aren't being forced to stay away, they're just scared. And so should you be.
A lot of Republicans are still trying to make the case that any day now the RGA is going to come in and save Dan Forest. Anyway, here’s what the North Carolina page on the RGA’s website looks like on July 6, 2020. https://t.co/fv35DZTQyj #ncpol #ncgov pic.twitter.com/zXDeBXFhNj
— Jonathan At Home (@jonathancobync) July 6, 2020
Lol! That's got to sting...
— Perry Woods (@WhalerCane) July 6, 2020
Two people died from the Ebola Virus in the United States, and they both contracted the disease overseas. As of right now, 132,000 Americans have died from Covid 19.
School’s out for the summer… but Istation isn’t! Istation has extended ISIP Progress Monitoring at Home through July 31 to help districts conducting summer school. Visit our blog to learn more https://t.co/mEX7OOv0L1 #nced #ncpol #ncga
— Istation North Carolina (@IstationNC) July 6, 2020
Come for the lucrative contract, stay for the Corona. That reminds me of a "consultant" my company hired to work on efficiencies. He got rid of our President and then took his job.
One more thought on this: I don't recommend turning to politicians for health advice, but it's interesting #ncpol's two most prominent Republicans on the ballot this fall, @DanForestNC and @ThomTillis are on such different pages re: masks. https://t.co/UCtRTWkpoW
— Travis Fain (@TravisFain) July 6, 2020
Don't forget, Tillis is the one who said restaurant workers shouldn't be forced to wash their hands after going to the bathroom. Not what I would describe as a "health-conscious" politician, if you catch my drift...
It's interesting how the Graham, NC protests in Alamance County started as police brutality/murder of George Floyd, but has since morphed into protests over white transgressions, white supremacy, & war memorials.
It's as if someone else has taken the protests over. #ncpol pic.twitter.com/gSGq1oENL2
— Joey Tart (@JoeyTart_NC) July 6, 2020
Nope, it's still the Alamance NAACP running the protests. Nice try, dipshit.
I’m running for the seat Mark Meadows quit. My opponent is 24, never had an adult job, loaned his campaign $361K, believes welfare encourages minority women to have babies to get bigger checks & women need men to tell them what to do.
Let’s win this!https://t.co/DZn3xAmLp3
— Moe Davis (@ColMorrisDavis) July 1, 2020
Behind you all the way, Colonel. Let's get this thing done.
saddened to hear that NC has lost the best opportunity to bring low cost, clean natural gas that cannot be replaced by renewable alternatives. This job creating pipeline approved by McCrory admin was later coorrupted by pay to play permitting process during next Gov admin .
— Pat McCrory (@PatMcCroryNC) July 5, 2020
You are a special kind of idiot, you know that? Your election was almost as embarrassing as Donald Trump's. Almost.
In the Salisbury Post: Originally, Gov. Roy Cooper set July 1 as the date he would announce which school-opening option would be the statewide default. When July 1 arrived, however, the governor flinched. No announcement came. https://t.co/wIHQSBmbZH #ncpol #nced pic.twitter.com/ikAfQ558e3
— John Hood (@JohnHoodNC) July 7, 2020
I'll save you the trouble of reading the article: John also flinched. He couldn't decide what was the best reopening plan, so he left it up to the parents to decide. That's not a policy decision, it's a free-for-all, with the students and teachers caught in the middle.
The Republican lawmakers push to reopen prematurely despite health officials warnings, clearly demonstrates that the only lives they care about are their own -- and their profits. #ncpol #ncga #coronavirusNC pic.twitter.com/oML3q1ucFr
— Progress NC Action (@ProgressNow_NC) July 7, 2020
That image perfectly encapsulates the recklessness and greed of the NC GOP, and the voters need to make them pay for that in November. It's like half the people are using their buckets to put water back into the boat, while the rest are doing the right thing and wondering why there's still so much water.
On that frustrating note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) July 3, 2020
That actually wouldn't surprise me. Nothing surprises me these days.