The nativity scene at Claremont United Methodist church.
HT Rev. Karen Clark Ristine. pic.twitter.com/YRIl8me63y
— Matt Rindge (@mattrindge) December 8, 2019
Failing to win the “war on Thanksgiving” we’re all just smoking coal or is it “smocking” coal as Trump repeats a spelling error.
Solar and wind power are growing so rapidly that for the first time ever, the United States will likely get more power in 2021 from renewable energy than from coal, according to projections from the Institute for Energy Economic and Financial Analysis. https://t.co/3mw8q5J8wh
— CNN (@CNN) December 8, 2019
As he does with coal mining (~54k workers), Trump drones on about steel workers. The entire industry is ~84k workers. He appeals broadly to the blue collar worker by directing his comments specifically to industries that employ <150k workers. pic.twitter.com/qgY9XAQXwA
— Invictus (@TBPInvictus) December 8, 2019
Number of House Republicans who voted in favor of:
H.R. 6400, the 1965 Voting Rights Act: 112
H.R. 9, the 2006 bill to reauthorize it: 192
H.R. 4, yesterday’s bill to restore it: 1
Why? The GOP’s hopes depend on fewer people voting.
— Adam Schiff (@AdamSchiff) December 7, 2019
One thing that needs to be repeated daily, the Republican Party knows full well that Ukraine never attacked our elections. They know it’s a lie created by Russia. They’re choosing to spread it anyway because they are all criminally involved and implicated in some way.
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) December 8, 2019
Russia hacked the DNC and dribbled out the emails through Wikileaks in a months long political hit job and Republicans knew they were doing it. Example: Rick Gates’ 302 pic.twitter.com/ixBkzeGkNq
— Doremus Jessup (@DoremusJ) December 8, 2019
— Benjamin Byron Davis (@Tooda) December 8, 2019
This is a shooting target on display in the “police supply” section of a gun store in Lexington, Kentucky. pic.twitter.com/7ZlQGhTpn7
— Stay Home STL (@CopWatchSTL) December 8, 2019