— Diane (@DianeRD2) February 23, 2021
I agree wholeheartedly. It's time to roll.
Two weeks ago, UNC basketball fans flooded local streets, celebrating a win over Duke. Unsurprisingly, media flipped out, pointing out that they weren’t wearing masks
Two weeks later, also unsurprisingly, cases have dropped dramatically
It’s the same story, literally every time pic.twitter.com/wTTeP83Av7
— IM (@ianmSC) February 20, 2021
That argument is too idiotic to even address.
— Rob Schofield (@Rob_Schofield) February 22, 2021
The Robeson County Democratic Party needs to jump on this with both hands (and feet), because the Lumbees need to understand just how mistaken they are for supporting the GOP.
At the @JohnLockeNC blog, North Carolina's voter registration list maintenance is almost over and a small bleed-off of Republican registrations since the Capital Hill right continues. #ncpolhttps://t.co/tqW9By1SFh
— Andy Jackson (@andyinrok) February 22, 2021
Yeah, right. When everybody else has a wildly different take, you need to go back and check your numbers again.
— The Chad Adams Show (@Chad_Adams) February 22, 2021
The arguments coming from the right are getting more illogical every day...
Max Boot: If you served Trump, you have no standing to criticize Biden
Trump’s appointees served in the worst administration in history — one that culminated in 400,000 covid-19 deaths and the storming of the Capitol. https://t.co/Cmhwa08A0E #ncpol - Wash Post Opinion
— Michael Sexton (@jmsexton_) February 22, 2021
Max is right on target with this:
Trump partisans may try to blame Iran’s most recent aggression on supposed Biden weakness, but the critique quickly breaks down. The Trumpists, for example, are irate about Biden removing the Houthis from the terrorism watch list. But the Trump administration added them to the list only on Jan. 19. If the terrorist designation was so important, why did Trump wait until the day before he left office to issue it? Like much of Trump’s foreign policy, this was incoherence masquerading as toughness. If Biden hadn’t taken the Houthis off the list, it likely would have made it harder to negotiate a peace settlement or deliver humanitarian aid to Yemen.
No doubt this was done at the request of either Saudi Arabia or Israel, if not both. The Houthis have suffered horribly during this war, and both of those countries want to wipe them out of existence.
— Kristopher Nordstrom (@KrisNordstrom) February 22, 2021
Of course he lied, that's what they do.
— Brian Murphy (@MurphinDC) February 22, 2021
I'm going to skip that for now, thank you very much...
— Blue Ridge Public Radio (@BlueRidgePublic) February 23, 2021
It's good to see Republicans defending states' rights from an overbearing Federal government. Oh wait...
My question ... having read the article on last weeks hearing. How did @JLTfromNC not just starting cracking up in the courtroom having to listen to the jabroni from the state trying to argue the reasoning behind @NC_Governor's ridiculous orders keeping private bars closed?
— Joe Catenacci (@JoeCats19) February 22, 2021
You're in North Carolina now, Joe. The word "jabroni" means less than nothing. I stopped calling people "malakas" when I moved back here from Chicago, even though there are many malakas wandering around, especially on Twitter feeds...
The trial balloon in Guilford County is sinking. Moving #publicnotices from newspapers to government websites was always primarily about punishing local media for unfavorable coverage. But leaving residents less informed is a feature, not a bug. #ncpol https://t.co/9YRggtUGUu
— Corey Friedman (@coreywrites) February 23, 2021
You may be asking yourself why a Libertarian like Corey Friedman would be supporting something that makes government spend more. It's because making sure as many citizens as possible are aware of government activity will reduce wasteful spending in the long run. These are bad bills, and should be stopped.
On that transparent note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) February 18, 2021
Yeah, Zuck is getting a little too big for his britches...