I’ve tweeted before about growing up in Belfast during the Troubles, and the link between inflammatory rhetoric and violence.
I won’t reprise that tonight.
But it’s grimly, blindingly obvious to me that someone’s going to get hurt or killed between now and Election Day 2020.
— Niall Stanage (@NiallStanage) July 18, 2019
This is the sound of illberalism, intolerance. Listen closely: it's a danger not just to immigrants and minorities but to all Americans. Put politics aside. Time for leaders from all parts of society, people from all walks of life, to step up and say: enough. https://t.co/ArYeu2KQu4
— Jonathan Greenblatt (@JGreenblattADL) July 18, 2019
— Dan Froomkin (@froomkin) July 17, 2019
How do you unlearn algorithmically targeted paranoia rooted in hate and fostered in infancy? We're all about to find out if they can or will.
This will endure, no matter what happens electorally over the next few years. https://t.co/Lxmzl4XRGv
— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) July 18, 2019
I grumbled when @chrislhayes said they were going to show Trump rally footage, but it really is something that kind of has to be seen. We can’t look away from it. We can’t pretend it isn’t there. https://t.co/VUIDnNXImy
— Jessica Johnson (@historyofjess) July 18, 2019
Trump, the president of the United States, tells supporters at his rally he can stay all night because he has "nothing to do."
— Colby Itkowitz (@ColbyItkowitz) July 17, 2019
Hey, reporters, if you’re going to include a lie in your tweet, maybe note that it’s a lie at some point *in* the tweet itself. https://t.co/J9VS9neqau
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) July 17, 2019
A new low water mark for Trump. And It will only get worse between now & November 2020 because his party has confirmed he can get away with anything. https://t.co/Kgth3Qwdhw
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) July 18, 2019
Just an extraordinarily chilling thing to see the leader of one political party revel in a chant to literally deport a political opponent.
— Sam Stein (@samstein) July 18, 2019
I won't keep spamming my TNR bit but I feel compelled to note that every stagger Trump takes towards pure racial fascism is led by Fox News. The more white nationalist they get the more white nationalist he gets, because it's all he watches and he obsesses over their approval.
— David Roth (@david_j_roth) July 18, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) July 18, 2019
We must call out those who remain silent. We must initiate impeachment proceedings to hold him accountable. And we must build an unstoppable grassroots movement that resoundingly defeats not just Trump, but complicit Republicans everywhere.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) July 18, 2019
— The Guardian (@guardian) July 17, 2019
So just to be clear, the reason we aren't starting impeachment on the most criminal "president" in history is so that we don't alienate this crowd of mouth breathers at the #TrumpRally chanting "send them back"? Cool strategy, Dems. #ImpeachNow
— Danny Zuker (@DannyZuker) July 18, 2019
When this is all over, nobody will admit to ever having supported it
— David Frum (@davidfrum) July 18, 2019
There it is again. Readout of senior-level US-Russian talks in Helsinki stresses Trump's fanciful "vision for a new direction in nuclear arms control w Russia and China." @AmbJohnBolton is ensuring there will be no bilateral arms control w Russia, no extension of New START Treaty https://t.co/BEEa5ZdXSv
— Andrew S. Weiss (@andrewsweiss) July 18, 2019
The U.S. is tightly limiting travel by Iranian diplomats visiting and assigned to work at the United Nations, sparking concern from the world body. https://t.co/yoWFPujptd
— The Associated Press (@AP) July 18, 2019
U.S. to Send About 500 More Troops to Saudi Arabia https://t.co/R3Yabn7ufq
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) July 18, 2019
"Cambodia is not a dustbin." More plastic waste to be sent back to the U.S. and Canada https://t.co/JO7EHV9NHi
— TIME (@TIME) July 18, 2019
Australian motorcycle gangs expanding into south-east Asia to get slice of drug market https://t.co/hgF8J6esrr
— The Guardian (@guardian) July 18, 2019
NEW: First to @NBCNews: @SenSchumer is asking the FBI and FTC to conduct a federal national security & privacy investigation into the Russia-based company, Face-App, which is producing all of those aged photos of your friends you’re seeing on social media.
Full letter is here: pic.twitter.com/9Q72yrj92c
— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) July 17, 2019
We will have a confirnatory vote in October once she has chosen her team and negotiated her policy platform
— Molly Scott Cato MEP (@MollyMEP) July 16, 2019
Do you think Cameron ever looks at the man who'll be Prime Minister on Tuesday waving a fish about on stage and ranting about how how we might still have mars bars and flights in October and thinks "yeah maybe I do regret calling the referendum a bit"
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) July 17, 2019
BREAKING: @BorisJohnson says his first task if he becomes Prime Minister will be to launch a huge no deal ‘public information campaign’ to help minimise any possible disruption. #Peston pic.twitter.com/IlL93YOZGh
— Peston (@itvpeston) July 17, 2019
The Isle of Man isn’t in the UK or the EU. Why are we all so fucking stupid we let this airbed full of porridge say whatever the fuck he likes without question. https://t.co/mugbJVYDKt
— Bethany Black (@BeffernieBlack) July 18, 2019
We’re so fucked…
Brexit à la Boris: "The planes will fly! There will be clean drinking water. There will be adequate supplies of glucose, milk solids and whey to make the Mars bars we need" 😱 pic.twitter.com/xoIV870YSk
— Ian Fraser (@Ian_Fraser) July 17, 2019
And frankly, this isn’t helping…
The Guardian front page, Thursday 18 July 2019: May swipes at ‘rancour and hatred’ of Brexit absolutists pic.twitter.com/bMXR9V1WkJ
— The Guardian (@guardian) July 17, 2019
"I was told that if I said I would stand down, the votes would come behind the deal… The votes didn't come. That's politics"
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) July 17, 2019
The internet was awash with this rubbish in 2016, which was OK-ish as it's based on fairly common economic misunderstandings. To still be peddling it more than three years later implies either a total dearth of interest in the evidence or a disrespect for the reader. https://t.co/3FsEkBoDgl
— Mike Bird (@Birdyword) July 17, 2019
BREAKING. Labour's civil war just reignited – Corbyn sacks minister who compared his leadership team to Hitler's bunkerhttps://t.co/pyMxMZQsvk
— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) July 17, 2019
Some people would say Arlene was only acting as a First Minister for years. I wouldn't be so rude though.
— Ian Paisley MP⚪ (@lanPaisleyMP) July 17, 2019
“The result of a consistent and total substitution of lies for factual truth is not that the lie will now be accepted as truth and truth be defamed as a lie, but that the sense by which we take our bearings in the real world … is being destroyed.”
— Hannah Arendt (1967)
— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) July 18, 2019