@DonaldJTrumpJr No intelligent person conflates “Twitter” with “journalism.”
@StephenM I pray your goal is not met. The good people of Georgia will see to it.
@GOP I pray our country will be saved from the @GOP.
@laurenboebert Kids are too smart and caring these days to be “conservative.”
“The Constitution is not like the buffet at #MarALago. You can’t skip past the items you don’t like”
Reason #9021 why we love @Acosta
@Noahpinion Rightwing snowflake who should save his disapproval for people who disavow the Constitution.
Donald Trump literally called for the "termination" of the Constitution. Yet most Republicans not only won't condemn him, but they continue to support him. This is why the vast majority of Gen Z-ers are voting Democrat. Unlike the GOP, we actually care about our democracy.
1. Too many Americans don’t understand our First Amendment and don’t understand the American concept of freedom of speech.
2. Too many Americans are too easily offended by speech.
3. Too many Americans are too quick to want to silence speech that offends them.
@baseballcrank But comments set a boundary. No one in the Republican Party has the cojones to criticize Trump so they won’t do anything to stop the nomination.
Donald Trump believes we should terminate “all rules, regulations and articles, even those found in the Constitution” to overturn the 2020 election. That was his view on 1/6 and remains his view today. No honest person can now deny that Trump is an enemy of the Constitution.
Diontae Dropson is back. $18 million for Butterfinger hands.
@whitehallfrank @theliamnissan It’s sarcastic. It’s a picture of Ivanka with the caption about Hunter. Ivanka and Jared make Hunter look pathetic in his attempts to make money on family connections.
@JennaHarner11 I’m sorry but I have zero faith in Dionte Johnson’s ability to hang onto the ball.
Trump’s call for “termination” of the Constitution is solid evidence of intent if he is charged for crimes related to the Jan 6 attacks on the schedule.
Here’s what Special Counsel Jack Smith might argue to the jury: 1/