Biden’s Executive Order strategy this week seems to have come straight from these lawn signs; a ubiquitous presence in liberal DC-area neighborhoods pic.twitter.com/rqs42nWYMq
— amy walter (@amyewalter) January 27, 2021
John Kerry: "There are countless economic analyses now that show it's now cheaper to deal with the crisis of climate than it is to ignore it. We spent $265 billion 2 years ago on 3 storms, Irma, Harvey, and Maria … We're spending the money, folks. We're just not doing it smart" pic.twitter.com/ZGXFCwqZhz
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 27, 2021
.@AOC tells MSNBC she's "extraordinarily encouraged" by Biden's action on climate so far
She said it proves "he meant what he said on the campaign trail" and is approaching the issue with "good faith openness and relationship with grassroots activists"
— Eliza Relman (@eliza_relman) January 28, 2021
One of the benefits of electing the guy with decades of experience in government. https://t.co/ct69hHcU2r
— We did it, Joe?? (@snowmanomics) January 27, 2021
And in fact, right wing media is going nuts because his moderate affect is obscuring pretty ruthless moves so far.
— Alex Hazanov. (@alexhazanov) January 27, 2021
It is one of the many failings of the previous administration that the former president was constantly yapping in our ear like a drunkard on a long flight, but there was shockingly little transparency into what the government was doing during his presidency
— Daniel Larison (@DanielLarison) January 28, 2021
uncanny how closely biden’s first week in office has mirrored his campaign. the internet swears he’s doing terribly and then you look up from your phone and he’s just chugging along getting shit done just fine
— kilgore trout, back in some form (@KT_So_It_Goes) January 26, 2021
And for this I am very grateful to the Dems. And to Biden in particular.
A man who I did not want as nominee but who has already been a really inspiring leader.
— Monjula Ray (@queerBengali) January 27, 2021