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Which is why I do my best to ignore polls, of any sort. Half of them are push-polls, nudging people to choose a particular opinion, and others give you a "middle of the road" option that is not present on the real ballot. And a false sense of security (or insecurity) does not help anyone.

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This needs to be a question asked during their (probably only) debate. And he also needs to be asked why he voted to overturn the will of the people, after a mob of traitors invaded the Capitol Building.

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Pay attention to Uncle Joe, he knows what he's talking about.

KKK sends threatening letters over statue removal

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Courage in the face of racism:

The mayor of one town in Halifax County said he's calling on North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper to take action after receiving racist threats. Enfield Mayor Mondale Robinson said that letters his residents received are "domestic terror threats" and should be grounds for a state of emergency.

Residents received letters in a plastic bag with a racial slur, calling on the "white people of Enfield" to do something after someone “stomped down a piece of their white heritage.” The letter referenced the town's decision to take down a confederate statue in a local park.

It was actually bulldozed and not "stomped down," but that really doesn't matter. The peoples' chosen elected officials made the decision (4-1) to get rid of the statue, and the SBI needs to focus its attention on the threats to those residents and officials, and stop worrying about how or why it was done:

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This money is desperately needed, and the Pope network is desperately fighting it:

Tuesday Twitter roundup

This is the real Trump Derangement Syndrome: sacrificing all of your previously held beliefs for somebody who deserves nothing but contempt from you. It should be included in the next DSM.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

Nothing short of infuriating. Insulin costs about ten bucks (per vial) to make, but they've been selling it for $300+. That's after all the outrage a few years ago when they jacked up the price to near $700. Capping that price would save untold lives every year, but Republicans just don't care.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

Bought and paid for, and not even slightly ashamed of it.

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