ram it through and run on it. it is the least complicated calculation since the united states decided to maybe defeat the axis powers if we had a minute or two to spare.
ram it through, run on it, and let them own opposition to it. this advice is good and free, by the way. https://t.co/fIl0lJfvjy
— Peloton InfoSec Analyst (Incident Response) (@CalmSporting) February 10, 2021
Music to Biden's ears, from Fed Chair Powell today:
Returning to maximum employment “will require a society-wide commitment, with contributions from across government and the private sector… benefits of investing in our nation’s workforce are immense.”https://t.co/OgGFyrdJi9
— Saleha Mohsin (@SalehaMohsin) February 10, 2021
Although the former occupant of the Oval Office did his best to degrade the honor, Eugene Goodman should be given a Medal of Freedom as soon as the proper ceremony can be arranged:
— Susan Hennessey (@Susan_Hennessey) February 10, 2021
… Goodman, who was named the new acting deputy Senate sergeant-at-arms on Inauguration Day, was in the Senate Chamber Wednesday as House impeachment managers laid out their case over several hours of tense arguments. The managers played several clips of previously unreleased security footage inside the Capitol on the day of the siege, including a video of Vice President Mike Pence being evacuated and scenes of what police officers endured as the mob overtook the building.
As the managers played the footage of Romney and Goodman, the senator could be seen “blinking rapidly” and “watching intently,” according to a pool report. Goodman stood by a doorway in a navy suit, pink necktie and black mask with a blue stripe as the it played…
Blue Lives Matter mask is quite the choice https://t.co/UD8dxoKtDb
— Mister Jay Em (@MisterJayEm) February 11, 2021
“10-33 is the police emergency code: Need immediate assistance.”
Can we please not ignore that Brian Sicknick WAS killed because of Trump? “Almost killed” is awful but a cop is literally dead because of that man. https://t.co/GXJ4KgZfNt
— jokelley (@jokelley) February 10, 2021