Right-Wing Embrace Of Conspiracy Is ‘Mass Radicalization,’ Experts Warn https://t.co/PZkHvLS7dc— Suburban Guerrilla Ω (@SusieMadrak) December 17, 2020
"Trump administration officials passed when Pfizer offered in late summer to sell the U.S. government additional doses of its Covid-19 vaccine…Now Pfizer may not be able provide more of its vaccine to the United States until next June" https://t.co/HMDkfWducU— Garance Franke-Ruta (@thegarance) December 7, 2020
But this is a small piece of what the people who did were exposed to:
Just a reminder. Last night ex-President Trump name-checked a white supremacist conspiracy theory about "white farms" being confiscated and given to black people. But most of the press missed it. https://t.co/zyU6Yz66lG— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) December 6, 2020
But Republicans won’t admit it because Mango Man Baby will throw a tantrum:
“A GOP-produced list of allegedly illegal voters in the state of Nevada turned out to be legal voters who were soldiers, sailors and their spouses stationed elsewhere.” https://t.co/P4O1muWJ9V— Rachel Maddow MSNBC (@maddow) November 15, 2020
Putting stacks of files with blank paper on their desks:
Trying to impress her, Kayleigh McEnany hands Leslie Stahl a large book containing the Administration’s work on health care. I don’t think she expected Stahl to look at the book, because it’s blank. pic.twitter.com/TIw3HwQz8S— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) October 21, 2020
He found out his support over 65 has gone south, so he stands in front of a green screen (I guess because he can’t walk that far) to make a marketing pitch to seniors for the Regeneron he took. (You know he owns stock in them, right?)
TO MY FAVORITE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD! pic.twitter.com/38DbQtUxEu— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 8, 2020
Everyone who has been on steroids for a medical problem knows what this is. pic.twitter.com/Lx79anXODr— Barbara Smith (@nanaslugdiva) October 5, 2020
Q: When did he have his last negative test?— Helen Kennedy (@HelenKennedy) October 5, 2020
Dr. Conley: “I don’t want to go backwards.”
Hell, I'll just say it, even though Conley won't:— Eric Schmeltzer 🇺🇸 (@JustSchmeltzer) October 5, 2020
Donald Trump developed pneumonia as a result of his COVID.
If his doctors want to say he didn't, they're free to go on the record refuting this tweet.