There is nothing more terrifying than hearing multiple people get shot while you're under your desk and then hear the gunman reload
— Phil Davis (@PhilDavis_CG) June 28, 2018
— Juliana Keeping (@julianakeeping) June 28, 2018
#Annapolis Update: “We’re still talking to the individual, we’re engaging the individual, we’re trying to find a motive,” Anne Arundel County police spokesman Lt. Ryan Frashure said. https://t.co/ZeCx6Y3PR2
— David Beard (@dabeard) June 28, 2018
Devastated & heartbroken. Numb. Please stop asking for information/interviews. I’m in no position to speak, just know @capgaznews reporters & editors give all they have every day. There are no 40 hour weeks, no big paydays – just a passion for telling stories from our communty.
— Jimmy DeButts (@jd3217) June 28, 2018
A remarkable homepage pic.twitter.com/DfSXBxgCUL
— Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) June 28, 2018
— madi alexander (@MadiLAlexander) June 28, 2018
— Poynter (@Poynter) June 28, 2018
BREAKING: NYPD sending officers to all major media outlets in New York City as a precaution – ABC
— BNO News (@BNONews) June 28, 2018
These two things are true:
1) It is harmful to speculate about the possible motives of the Capital Gazette shooter. We simply do not have information.
2) This is an appropriate time to note the deadly climate of hostility against the press in the United States.
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) June 28, 2018
But calling them the enemy of the people is just politics, right Sarah? https://t.co/ZtZqCrr4II
— Bradley P. Moss (@BradMossEsq) June 28, 2018
Glad Fox News checked to see if they deserved to be murdered or not https://t.co/F2IIQSNEiO
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) June 28, 2018
Trump is in #HarleyDavidson's hometown to welcome the major arrival of a foreign company just miles away from the motorcycle company's headquarters, and offer them the largest taxpayer subsidy any state has ever made to a foreign company. https://t.co/KVWEOlKaIh
— OBSERVER (@observer) June 28, 2018
The one that values the rule of law and our institutions over reflexive loyalty to Trump?
Oh, sorry, there is no wing of the Republican Party that represents that anymore. https://t.co/Kh1WEh2nuf
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) June 28, 2018
Proud to join women protesting Trump’s policy of separating families. I'm lucky to be the mom of 2 incredible little girls & I can’t even begin to imagine being torn away from them or the pain and fear they would feel if they were ripped from my arms #WomenDisobey pic.twitter.com/WShvatJMkY
— Tammy Duckworth (@SenDuckworth) June 28, 2018
“We were representing a 3-year-old in court recently who had been separated from the parents. And the child — in the middle of the hearing — started climbing up on the table.” “It really highlighted the absurdity of what we’re doing with these kids.”https://t.co/boD0XL0IOY
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) June 28, 2018
When chyrons get feisty, Part 2,745: pic.twitter.com/XYNep1xT3u
— Paul Farhi (@farhip) June 28, 2018
— Slate (@Slate) June 28, 2018
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) June 28, 2018
This police officer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania should be fired immediately. After he is fired, the District Attorney should immediately press charges for criminal assault.
What he did here is completely illegal.
This man was compliant, calm, unarmed, and non-violent. pic.twitter.com/kJCjzAoBiE
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) June 28, 2018
— Investigate Russia (@InvestigateRU) June 28, 2018
No, it was set up to avoid another war between European countries, following two wars in the first half of the 20th century which killed 100 million people, you tiny-handed tangerine twat. https://t.co/E2cxXzaoTN
— Damon Evans (@damocrat) June 28, 2018
The more we know about #JackStraw's involvement in extraordinary rendition, the stronger the case against him becomes. The only pertinent question now is whether this knowledge leads to criminal proceedings: https://t.co/Llu3CUaW4R
— GeorgeMonbiot (@GeorgeMonbiot) June 28, 2018
“I always knew there was this policy of silence… but the scale of what we were involved in here… it goes much further than I thought” – @StephenGrey on Britain’s complicity in torture #newsnight pic.twitter.com/baIUaEUYFX
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) June 28, 2018
Are there photos of Macron where he *doesn't* look like a Bond villain? pic.twitter.com/nI1RwE5z3L
— Andrej (@AndrejNkv) June 27, 2018
Belgium’s Batshuayi with the greatest moment of the World Cup so far, possibly ever pic.twitter.com/AEzChVJUeg
— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) June 28, 2018
— Matea Gold (@mateagold) June 28, 2018
Mark Rutte, Dutch PM, was asked if he thought the Brexit agreement was at risk: "I don’t want to talk in apocalyptic terms, but I what I want to say is I believe the first, second and third priority now is to solve this issue of the Irish border."
— David Phinnemore (@DPhinnemore) June 28, 2018
News of British Irish Inter Governmental Conference slipped out in middle of England's World Cup game, when NI media's focus was on Arlene Foster's attendance at LGBT event & just hours after NI SoS made no mention during press conference update on efforts to restore powersharing
— David Young (@DavidYoungPA) June 28, 2018
— The Detail (@TheDetailTV) June 28, 2018
Seeing this took me back to my encounter with Bernard Jenkin at @UKandEU event. Q on border comes around 34 mins in.
His answer is a mix of straightforward untruths & tantalisingly simple 'reason', all spoken calmly & clearly (something I need to work on!) https://t.co/8VrmHo5A6L https://t.co/awxo5CsdCL
— Katy Hayward (@hayward_katy) June 28, 2018
Fears are growing over potential job losseshttps://t.co/P7pB0GJNP8
— The Chronicle (@ChronicleLive) June 28, 2018
— Crispy Zebra ❄ (@zebra_crispy) June 28, 2018
This week in Gammon…
— BBC Question Time (@bbcquestiontime) June 28, 2018