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Natalie Johnson
Oh look, just the co-founder of Vox advocating for Dems to withhold emergency coronavirus funding to own Trump. Disgusting.
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drzeus Mar 23
He's advocating more money for workers, less for corporations and billionaires. I can see why a cult member would have a problem with that.
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Masked Joker Mar 23
The corporation pays its employees wether they make money or not, but if the Corp doesn’t make money (because of CoVid) they have to fire them... Giving money to the industries struggling is the right thing (so they don’t have to cut their workforce to stay afloat).
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Barbara Farb Mar 23
Do people not understand that shutdowns also have devastating effects from stress on health in the not so long term as well.Increased illness and deaths from heart disease, diabetes, cancers, infections from decreased immunity, suicides and debilitating mental illness.Huge costs!
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Corey Commons Mar 23
Replying to @nataliejohnsonn
This isn't to "own Trump", it's to make sure people get the help they need. Not for major corporations and Trump's friends to line their pockets without any checks. Enough with the bilullshit spin.
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EYE OF THE LIAR Mar 23
Replying to @nataliejohnsonn
“Hurt trump” = no 500 billion slush fund he can use to bankroll his companies and donors. Get a clue.
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eaglex3 Mar 23
Replying to @nataliejohnsonn
It’s not to own Trump. It’s to prevent a corporate slush fund with no or delayed oversight to take effect.
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Mil~1860’s liberal-radical republican❄️ Mar 23
Trump spent the past 2 years slashing the government agencies responsible for handling the coronavirus outbreak via
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Kirk Knestis, PhD Mar 23
Replying to @nataliejohnsonn
This was c.2018, when US firms were using tax windfalls to buy their own stock rather than letting "trickle down" trickle down to their labor force. The D vs R disagreement now is about priorities for emergency spending in the context of that history.
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