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1010 WINS Sep 13
More on 27-year-old first-time candidate and her victory tonight.
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Jackie K Sep 13
I can not believe won her primary even after being caught in so many lies. This is appaling. about being a .
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Taly Krupkin Sep 13
wins the race!! The inquiries into her background, Judaism and the latest outing as alleged victim of sexual assault totally backfired !
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ocasionist Sep 18
article on : I dipped my toe in her campaign but not deeply (didn’t have the bandwidth) and when her biographical lies hit distanced myself further. /1
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The Real Jolly Bengali Sep 13
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Sasha Senderovich Sep 14
Thread on & -- hopefully for the last time. Since Tablet ran its piece on , some of magazine's staff, including & editor-in-chief , appealed to their duty as journalists to ask the questions they asked. 1/
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HarrisTweeter🌹 Sep 17
Does getting Palestinians evicted from their homes count as housing activism?
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Noah #SusanSarandonRocks Sep 15
Hey Jamie, love your show and you on MR. As a socialist, what is your opinion of all the articles on smearing her for lying about her "privilege"?
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Josh Varlin Sep 20
Replying to @voxdotcom
Several political issues are raised by the coverage of . She moved from virulent right-wing politics to "democratic socialism" quickly and has presented a corresponding "narrative" to supplement the pseudo-reformist program of the :
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Laura Weiss Sep 15
Oh god, now Bari Weiss is comparing to for lying about her background.
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Kimber PA Sep 13
If you support the democratic socialist movement, there is nothing wrong with that. But if you vote for a candidate just for the sake of "having someone in," disregarding their lack of integrity and record of dishonesty, the you are a fool.
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Political Ant🐜(a.k.a. @JazzLuvnAnt🎷) Sep 14
Thank you for correctly calling or a Democratic Socialist instead of a Socialist. There is a distinction between the two and the distinction matters. Democratic Socialists are 100% percent to democracy.
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Write-In "Mike Rosales" on 2018 District 2 ballot Sep 13
Well-known Incumbent Senator vs. obscure candidate ? - What would Dio[s] say? "Don't talk to strangers, 'Cause they're only there to do you harm"
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Michael Korn Sep 13
Hey hey hey! Julia Salazar makes it look easy beating Martin Maláve Dilan 58-42%. Of course, it took hundreds and hundreds of volunteers to truly make it happen. DSA is on the rise!
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Thelmo Cordones Sep 14
What is her territory?
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Abby Stein Sep 13
AP CALLED DISTRICT 18 FOR ! I am in tears. My amazing dear dear friend, is going to !!! I have known Julia for 4.5 years, NY is lucky to have her. I will sleep better tonight knowing is gonna be here to fight for us!
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"Beltway" Greg Boyd Sep 14
The election of confirms what the election of signaled that we’ve entered a new low interest populist political era dominated by false narratives and junk food candidates who’ll be largely ignored by businesses interests and spawn technocratic solutions.
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Haz Sep 13
Sit down ... the millennials are coming.
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Colin C Kalmbacher Sep 13
Each time Jumaane Williams’ lead over Kathy Hochul rolls on by across the screen the crowd full of Democratic Socialists cheers again.
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Kaytlin Bailey Sep 13
On my way to vote for ! Thank you for openly supporting sex workers!
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