Shall we start a thread?! Post your best @KamalaHarris Halloween costumes! 💙 https://t.co/bNMFg8GKld pic.twitter.com/CzWUnPi2MA— Meena Harris (@meenaharris) October 30, 2020
These cuties have my vote!
I'd be the sorest winner in the history of American politics. I'd nominate Hunter Biden as Ukrainian ambassador. Entrust Rand Paul's neighbor with senate negotiations. Mount Kathy Griffin's art in the Oval Office. Deport Melania and her parents. So many possibilities.— 🔥Reverend Aiden (@SweetFnLucifer) October 29, 2020
Yes, yes, yes
But U.S. voters weren't allowed to know that the other candidate was being investigated for being a Russian asset https://t.co/Ba8F9RnSeH— Kenneth M. Walsh (@kenneth212) October 30, 2020
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Sanjay Gupta on CNN says they examined 17 locations where Trump held rallies and found that 82% of the time, the infections jumped in counties soon after a Trump campaign visit, and the rate of new cases in those counties grew faster than the rest of their states— Hamza Shaban (@hshaban) October 30, 2020
Superspreader in chief strikes again
Unaccompanied migrant children suffer "inhumane and cruel experience" in CBP custody, report alleges https://t.co/5IosK2jBbR— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 30, 2020
This is not who we are as a nation
My latest -->Biden's vow to pass the Equality Act, protecting LGBTQ people, in 100 days by @MSignorileIt's terrific. But will require winning the Senate, ending the filibuster, and, if it's to survive, expanding the Supreme Court— Michelangelo Signorile, subscribe to my newsletter (@MSignorile) October 30, 2020
Disheartening to realize just how heavily the deck is stacked against us now
Glenn Greenwald resigns from the Intercept following dispute over Biden story https://t.co/NAQY9DIzau— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 29, 2020
Glenn Greenwald's descent into bothsides madness reaches its natural conclusion
That letter from the editor of @theintercept responding to Glen Greenwald is a masterclass in #fuckyou 🔥🔥🔥— Aaron Hicklin (@Aaronhicklin) October 29, 2020
EIC Betsy Reed: We have no doubt that Glenn will go on to launch a new media venture where he will face no collaboration with editors -- such is the era of Substack and Patreon. In that context, it makes good business sense for Glenn to position himself as the last true guardian of investigative journalism and to smear his longtime colleagues and friends as partisan hacks. We get it. But facts are facts, and The Intercept’s record of fearless, rigorous, independent journalism speaks for itself.
Tucker Carlson, who has spent the past two weeks obsessing on the Hunter Biden emails, now says it's time to leave Hunter alone:"The point is pounding on a man, jumping on, and piling on when he’s already down is not something we want to be involved in." pic.twitter.com/25bwCBiSiN— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) October 30, 2020
Angry Staffer: Tucker literally went from “with these documents (when I find them), I will bring the Biden campaign to its knees!” to “Hunter is a good dude who I used to know, and yeah, he might have some demons, but his wife is lovely and let’s not pile on to his pain” in less than 24 hours.
Revisiting the Tragic Life of "Lolita" Star Sue Lyon https://t.co/zhLPZfGKjT— Helmi Deris (@helmi_deris) October 29, 2020
There's really no end to how awful men can be
It is deeply disturbing that -- virtually everywhere -- the concerted litigation strategy of the GOP is to make sure that fewer votes count. The strategy goes far, far beyond any legitimate concern about fraud.— David French (@DavidAFrench) October 29, 2020
Republicans’ only way to win is to stop people from voting
Just the Lieutenant Governor of Idaho, driving around with a gun and a Bible protesting #COVID19 restrictions https://t.co/sNpqm9W8nn pic.twitter.com/Ipj7yAnXGn— Reid Wilson (@PoliticsReid) October 29, 2020
As long as you're not trying too hard ...
I'm sure that when Harry Hamlin wished for a little head on his 69th birthday today, this wasn't what he meant. Gallery of his hotness over 40+ years: https://t.co/cAxDk4eoI1 pic.twitter.com/67y1SrSBeU— Matthew Rettenmund (@mattrett) October 30, 2020
Because "Clash of the Titans" and "Making Love" turned us gay
Olympic Gymnast Danell Leyva Reflects on Coming Out Earlier This Month: WATCH https://t.co/NlUKv1H0G1 pic.twitter.com/4vADQ1TWeq— Towleroad (@tlrd) October 30, 2020
He's still trying to figure out if he's bi or pansexual
If we hold on for four more days, will things go our way?
Reverand Aidan is at least 4 years behind the power curve. T Rump has been the sorest winner since the evening of 8 November 2016.ReplyDelete
I'm proud of Dannel Leyva taking his first step out of the closet- as Cuban-American gay man I know that's not easy in out macho Latino culture- now I hope he gets a call for Gus Kenworthy they would make one hot Olympic gay medal worthy coupleReplyDelete