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Jo Jorgensen
It is not enough to be passively not racist, we must be actively anti-racist.
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Jo Jorgensen Jul 10
Replying to @Jorgensen4POTUS
means standing in solidarity with a mourning black community as we fight together to end qualified immunity, police brutality, sentencing disparities, and the war on drugs, not support of any “organization” by that name.
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Gov. Gary Johnson Jul 10
Replying to @Jorgensen4POTUS
Absolutely Jo.
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Jo Jorgensen Jul 10
Replying to @GovGaryJohnson
✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Blake Jul 10
Replying to @Jorgensen4POTUS
Andddddd, I’m out.
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Jo Jorgensen Jul 10
Replying to @cakeshaman
Sorry you feel that way.
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Peter Crawford Jul 10
Replying to @Jorgensen4POTUS
How exactly is that a libertarian viewpoint? If you’re apolitical and you leave other people alone, that should be enough as a citizen or am I missing something?
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🦇 Dwayne 🦇 Jul 10
The Libertarian stance is to make everyone equal. Since they aren't treated as such, we have to do something. It's common sense.
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The Not So Hollywood Maven Jul 10
Replying to @Jorgensen4POTUS
Black lives matter is a statement (that almost all agree with). Black Lives Matter is an organization. Big difference.
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CAITLIN LAZARO-HAMPTON Sep 1
That’s exactly her point people black lives matter is a statement that we can defend without having to support the BLM organization.
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