Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Nancy Mace Throw Down in Brutal Twitter Feud Over Boebert’s Racist Comments

Marjorie Taylor Greene and Nancy Mace Throw Down in Brutal Twitter Feud Over Boebert’s Racist Comments
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) are going after each other on Twitter over a fellow House Republican Lauren Boebert’s (CO) anti-Muslim attack on Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

Hey Lauren Boebert, maybe not a good idea to call a colleague a terrorist when you’re the one who brings a gun to work. - Andy Borowitz

How many calls from Mar-a- Lago do you think Mark Meadows got in the past few hours? - Chris Hahn

Trump Lawyers Are Apparently Running Out Of Excuses For Trump
All three judges on the appellate panel Tuesday that's hearing former President Donald Trump's case seeking to block release of his January 6 documents signaled that they had skepticism about the arguments his lawyer was making in the case.

Republican Shenanigans

Powerful Variant of Stupidity Identified in Texas. - Andy Borowitz

Florida Republicans Redraw Congressional Maps In Their Favor
The Florida House released its proposed congressional maps.

Gaetz must be so bummed that he can’t hire the Arbery defendants as interns. - Andy Borowitz


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*Kamala Harris buys a cooking pot*
wingnuts: NOT LIKE THAT
- Jeff Tiedrich

Rock The Voter News

The difference between us and Trumpers is we want EVERYONE who engaged in lewd acts with Jeffrey Epstein to go down! We don't care what political party they identify with. Who's with us?  - Meidas Touch tweet

The Problem Here Is, Blood Is Thicker Than The Truth

life hack: avoid the stress of following the government lifting/reinstating of mask mandates by ignoring them and wearing a mask regardless. - shaun tweet


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Business/Tech News

Jack Dorsey is stepping down as CEO of Twitter and will be replaced by Steve68939285. - Tony Posnanski

Texas Dude Who Bought Lamborghini With PPP Funds Sentenced To 110 Months 

Electricians installing power lines on the Navajo Nation reservation. $11 billion of the infrastructure bill has been allocated for Indigenous communities, some have been without electricity for decades — your vote played a part — your vote really does matter. - Lakota Man tweet

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