Wednesday Reads: Drump All Over The WorldPosted: December 4, 2019 | |
That cartoon seems too fitting now…so I had to feature it again.
Here are some tweets:
Documents show the president’s company reported different numbers — higher ones to lenders, lower ones to tax officials — for Trump’s signature building. Last month, ProPublica revealed a similar pattern in two other Trump buildings. https://t.co/ssmvmVLxHl
— ProPublica (@propublica) December 4, 2019
State investigators discover PG&E ignored maintenance problems leading to deadliest fire In California history https://t.co/3DPVe3ZCd7
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) December 4, 2019
It really is such utter BS that a woman as intelligent, distinguished, tough and charismatic as @KamalaHarris will not be President and people like Steyer, Bloomberg and Delaney are still in. It’s an incredibly broken system. And I’m sorry for the public servants and the voters.
— Mike Schlossberg (@MikeSchlossberg) December 3, 2019
Somewhere a man is typing up his “Why Kamala failed” story and he is not considering race or gender bias and so if you are that man please reconsider your position or read a book
— Zerlina Maxwell (@ZerlinaMaxwell) December 3, 2019
Raise your hand if the fact that Tulsi Gabbard is still in the race but Kamala Harris isn’t, really pisses you off. ✋🏼
— Andrea Junker (@Strandjunker) December 3, 2019
World leaders laughing at Trump at Buckingham Palace:pic.twitter.com/QDiCvb5y1g
— Leah McElrath 🏳️🌈 (@leahmcelrath) December 4, 2019
Can’t get over this video, both for the fact that POTUS hates the thought of anyone laughing at him and for the fact that he long used “other countries are laughing at us” as an attack against his predecessors. https://t.co/j2zmF27vBK
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) December 4, 2019
BREAKING: Here's the Ukraine report from the House Intelligence Committee Democrats.https://t.co/9xO8jxvhTU
— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) December 3, 2019
The Intelligence Committee’s report is a triumph https://t.co/BzZFAwusxV
— la bibliotequetress (@biblioteq_tress) December 4, 2019
Our report lays out overwhelming and uncontested evidence that Trump abused his power to coerce an ally into doing his political dirty work.
For Congress, the question is not of fact, but of duty, responsibility and allegiance to our own oath of office. pic.twitter.com/A9DOdDMjkX
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) December 4, 2019
The Intel Committee report really is a compelling document, and as a work product is so much better written than the Mueller report. Clarity and simplicity beats endless hedging and throat clearing every time.
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) December 4, 2019
When does REPUBLICAN PARTISANSHIP turn into TREASON?
We’re about to find out
— Michael O'Grady (@mog7546) December 4, 2019
Hi, legal scholar here at Scalia Law School. Not that it matters but I’m also a Republican. The call wasn’t perfect. He committed impeachable offenses including bribery. https://t.co/AcHQUKsVJ9
— J.W. Verret (@JWVerret) December 3, 2019
Take a deep breath and let this sink in. The rankin’ member of the Intel Committee, who continually tried to derail the Ukrainian investigation, was a WILLIN’ CO-CONSPIRATOR, yet not a single Republican has called for his resignation or investigation. https://t.co/6MHh2lPWo2
— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) December 4, 2019
Former Deputy Director of Intelligence Susan Gordon says Trump often refused to believe his intelligence briefings.https://t.co/9tDxDnjL0G
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 4, 2019
In another era — like 5-6 years ago — a party committee would immediately cut ties with a candidate who said something like this. https://t.co/1MO7gww2au
— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) December 4, 2019
I’m pretty sure this says Trump is a stupid idiot… https://t.co/gb8xAxuGKz
— Mystery Solvent (@MysterySolvent) December 4, 2019
Dead frozen rat wearing hats and boots… should have sent that to the NATO Summit in Great Britain…would have been less offensive than tRump.
This is an open thread.