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Maggie McGlothin
The word civility comes from the Latin "civilis" which means citizen. To be civil, then, is not to be nice. It is to take up one's duty as a citizen.
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Maggie McGlothin retweeted
Chuck Schumer 16h
President Trump should have learned the lesson that China did: Hiding the truth makes things more dangerous. The American people need to hear the unfiltered truth from health experts.
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Sarah Kendzior 15h
Pay attention to how they treated the whistleblower. Whistleblowers will be essential in this crisis. She needs to be protected at all costs, and officials who have info that can save lives must speak out, regardless of Trump regime protocol.
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Adam Schiff 12h
Managing pandemics requires trustworthy and accurate information. That’s why this is so disturbing: The Trump Administration may have exposed health workers to Coronavirus without adequate protection, and then tried to cover it up — all while downplaying risks.
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🌊 Death Row Tull 🌊🆘🗽🐕 19h
If I saw someone arrive here in a time machine, and they said they were from 1975, and they asked me to tell them about life in 2020, my first words would be, "You're gonna wanna sit down for this".
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Michael Carpenter 10h
So let me get this straight: Trump admin officials greeted the Coronavirus evacuees from China at Travis AFB without any protective gear and then just went back to their offices? Coincidence that the California woman who got the virus lived close to Travis AFB???
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Fred Guttenberg 17h
Thank you for leading on gun safety. Your question to was exactly right. "Senator McConnell, why do you think your political survival is more important than the survival of our children?" It is too late for my daughter Senator McConnell, do it now!!!
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Seth Abramson 14h
Yesterday, there were 60 U.S. cases of Coronavirus, including 1 discretely identified case in CA; Trump came out and falsely said there were "15" and we were headed to "zero." Today, CA said it *alone* has 28 cases. Please listen to the CDC and state health officials, NOT TRUMP.
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CNN 7h
In 2018, the CDC stopped funding epidemic prevention activities in 39 of 49 countries, including China, after the Trump administration refused to reallocate money to a program that began as part of the government's response to the Ebola outbreak in 2014
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LOLGOP 14h
Mike Pence's experience includes starting an HIV epidemic and trying to ban tinsel because it was making the yuletide gay.
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Brian Schatz 17h
We need to hear from the CDC and NIH in a live news conference, with no elected officials within five hundred yards, and public health and science journalists in the room rather than those who cover politics. And the stations should cover it live because the airwaves are public.
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Sherrilyn Ifill 23h
Now that there’s more attention on the arrest of the 6 year-old baby in Florida, I’m re-upping this b/c I want us to be clear about this officer before it gets buried.
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George Takei 11h
If we're going to begin canceling large gatherings of humans, can we start with MAGA rallies? Just saying.
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Walter Shaub 16h
This is why I've been tweeting all week about the WH's threatened purge, as the MSPB sits vacant and the Special Counsel responsible for defending merit systems says nothing. I don't know if this employee's claim is valid or not, but either this one or others could prove to be.
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Ted Lieu 21h
“Experts are increasingly concerned that the small number of U.S. cases may be a reflection of limited testing, not of the virus’s spread.” The reckless & chaotic approach of to downplay the coronavirus risk has dangerous consequences. thoughts
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Kaivan Shroff 16h
BREAKING: Trump sent U.S. workers to greet returning coronavirus victims **without protective gear** and when an HHS whistleblower told federal bosses about it, she was reassigned and threatened with sacking. Rand Paul must be proud.
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Jason Overstreet 17h
At what point do Bernie supporters take a look at and say, she has simply gotten a hell of a lot more DONE than him. This is not close. This is an undeniable fact by any measure. She has a mountain of what she has DONE, DONE, DONE versus his what? What? What? RECEIPTS.
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Richard Stengel Feb 27
Mr. President, you know what rattles the markets? An incoherent head of state who has the wrong number of coronavirus patients, who underplays the threat, who doesn't know how many people die from the flu, and who has "acting" cabinet officers and wants to cut CDC/NIH budget.
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Ross A. Lincoln 8h
Replying to @unoillnino @tomwatson
He. Helped. Write. These. Rules. Christ I wish these people would stop gaslighting me. Bros exist, and Liz is right: Bernie literally asked superdelegates to intervene in 2016. Saying "Let's stick to the rules you *literally* helped write and agreed to" isn't a conspiracy.
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Marcus H. Johnson 13h
Bernie wanted to overturn Clinton’s delegate majority in 2016. What’s different now?
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HawaiiDelilah™ 13h
Replying to @marcushjohnson
There is a process in place, there are rules. If Bernie had the right to utilize them in 2016 to further his own interests, then there is no reason why other Dems in 2020 should be held to a different standard, esp. since the current rules & process are due to Bernie's efforts.
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