Senator Sherrod Brown on wearing a mask in the Senate:
“I don’t need your instruction”
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 17, 2020
And the next day:
Grassley, 87, tests positive for covid. He was in the Senate on Monday and presided over the chamber as it opened and spoke on the floor as well, removing his mask as he spoke. He went into isolation today after being exposed to someone with covid-19. https://t.co/VdtAxbdjcE
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) November 17, 2020
Why is the GOP so hellbent on killing everyone? Including their own people!
Trump fired the DHS cryptosecurity chief by tweet for the crime of, telling the truth.
During the middle of that, a two GOP members on a board of canvassers for a county in Michigan that includes Detroit, refused to certify the election results before realizing that it probably wasn’t their best interest in starting a coup and finally voted to certify. One of the board members didn’t hold back in his criticism of the two trumpets:
Please Watch @NedStaebler — a Wayne County Board Member of Canvassers stuff in a locker @HartmannDude and @monicaspalmer — the two members that refused to certify the ballots for the county…pic.twitter.com/iGl3LSf3Sw
— Rex Chapman?? (@RexChapman) November 18, 2020
Trump’s legal team is doing poorly in the courts:
?BREAKING: Trump and his allies have just lost their 25th court case. This time in the PA Supreme Court.
They are now 1-25.
More details soon…
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) November 17, 2020
Not a bad record for Giuliani who asked Trump for $20,000 a day for his “work”.
It’s becoming more clear everyday that there was a massive attempt at voter fraud. Here’s one of the perpetrators:
Witness corroborates claim against Graham:
A staffer for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger says he participated in that controversial phone call with Lindsey Graham and said he heard Graham ask if state officials could throw out ballots. https://t.co/C0GuO1bfTb
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 17, 2020
Even Fox News is basically telling Trump to start the transition process:
Brian Kilmeade says “it’s in the country’s best interest if [Trump] starts coordinating” with President-elect Biden on COVID-19 and security: “Just brief them … so we don’t drop the ball in a little while.” pic.twitter.com/rJF6NOXnGl
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) November 18, 2020
This MAGAt mom is laying into a teacher for teaching students, er, facts:
I am crying. pic.twitter.com/62DZLnCu1c
— ?Ricardo Duran Burner ??? (@Ricardohhhh) November 17, 2020
A recipe for Pasta All’Assassina: