Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Alabama as the nation marks a defining moment in the fight for the right to vote. Harris will speak in Selma, Alabama, to mark the 57th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday.” https://t.co/KEaavJvy05
— The Associated Press (@AP) March 6, 2022
I am old enough to remember (last fall) when most media outlets were assuredly predicting the results of the midterms 8 months from now. And when w/drawal from Afghanistan was the end of Biden admin + hinge of modern history.
Things happen. Reporters should explain, not predict.
— James Fallows (@JamesFallows) March 5, 2022
.@POTUS message to the people of Russia: “I do not believe you want a bloody, destructive war against Ukraine — a country and a people with whom you share such deep ties of family, history, and culture.” pic.twitter.com/ExXYyoFxN0
— Department of State (@StateDept) March 5, 2022
It was inspiring to meet today with my friend @DmytroKuleba at the Ukrainian-Polish border. The leadership and courage that he and @ZelenskyyUa have demonstrated are remarkable, and the United States and the world will continue to stand with them and the people of Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/utOke4HK3M
— Secretary Antony Blinken (@SecBlinken) March 5, 2022
The Russian government is blocking media outlets and restricting social media — all to obscure the truth about what is happening on the ground in Ukraine. The Russian people deserve to know the truth about the death and destruction happening in their name. pic.twitter.com/8Jk8i32chU
— Secretary Antony Blinken (@SecBlinken) March 6, 2022
Genuine silver lining: Thank *all* the gods for President Biden…
This is actually dumber than the time he wanted to nuke a hurricane. https://t.co/QfI6ufiV8J
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) March 6, 2022
News consumers (and fellow journalists!): Here’s a resource for separating fact from fiction when learning about the conflict in Ukraine. (w/@JaneLytv) https://t.co/c1SLnwiVRo pic.twitter.com/HCyua96cF6
— On the Media (@onthemedia) March 5, 2022