— Mark (@_therealmark_) July 14, 2020
He cares about nothing but himself, and that is becoming more obvious every day.
why I won’t wear a mask pic.twitter.com/CyiKIgWuwF
— kylie brakeman (@deadeyebrakeman) July 12, 2020
That passes the "spit coffee" test for comic genius, turn the volume up.
We celebrate 83 years of delicious goodness, as on July 13, 1937, Vernon Rudolph began selling @krispykreme doughnuts in Winston-Salem. Millions of folks continue to be drawn like a magnet to the bright red neon words "Hot Doughnuts Now!" #ncpol https://t.co/4GaKylMnBF
— Rep. David R. Lewis (@RepDavidRLewis) July 13, 2020
And now I'm hungry. Thanks, dude. How am I supposed to recover my girlish figure (that I blame Coronavirus for losing) if you keep talking about doughnuts? *sigh* Gimme the box...
— Andrew Davidson (@DaveyDavidsonNC) July 13, 2020
Yeah, Thom ain't playing with a full deck...
If the #NCGA returns to deal with Federal #COVID funds, do you think they’ll also put legislation in to deal with the #NCBarExam as well? That’d be a last-minute audible for many students.... even though many are asking for privilege#NCPol https://t.co/RyOQaq6aeu
— New Media NC (@NewAgeMediaNC) July 13, 2020
You're kidding, right? The GOP lawyers have already passed their bar exams, so to hell with these newcomers.
"Faring" is derived from the Old English fær "journey, road, passage, expedition," faring well means not being impeded on said journey. "Fairing" is what snowflakes put on their motorcycle so bugs don't get in their mouth. #ncpol https://t.co/YlttqNRpNe
— Geremy the Germ (@Geremy43676198) July 12, 2020
I get an unnatural boost from using etymology to make people look stupid. It's a character flaw, but I console myself that I'm doing Great Things to defend the English language. ;)
FOLK FEST GOES VIRTUAL: The North Carolina Folk Festival is returning, but instead of catching shows in Greensboro, you'll be able to catch them in your own home! https://t.co/70hLLo0QMk pic.twitter.com/G3m2CI2qYY
— FOX8 WGHP (@myfox8) July 13, 2020
Thanks. How thoughtful of you. Like I'm not already bored enough...
If our leaders in Washington or Raleigh don’t let children go back to school then what I wanna know is who’s gonna pay for all the childcare, parents are going to need in order for them to go back to work. Working parents can’t stay home forever. @NC_Governor @RoyCooperNC #ncpol https://t.co/1g2jUs1R6b
— MAGA_CigarSmoker (@NC_Sasquatch) July 13, 2020
Ah! Then I suppose you would be in favor of vastly expanding NC's Pre-K program, that helps lower income folks go to work? That was a rhetorical question, because idiots like you have fought that tooth & nail for 15+ years.
Scans Reveal Heart Damage in Over Half of COVID-19 Patients in Study
The study involved 1,216 patients, of whom 813 had been diagnosed with COVID-19, and 298 were deemed probable cases. https://t.co/LTsFp1suMi - Newsweek #COVID19 #coronavirus #ncpol
— Michael Sexton (@jmsexton_) July 13, 2020
Corona is a nasty virus. Dying from it may not be the worst result. Suffering from it and dying years later is beyond horrific.
— Jeff Hauser (@j_hauser9) July 13, 2020
I didn't even know it existed until I saw this Tweet, and I scrounge dozens of sites every morning. I'll have to check it out now...
“Look at what's happened on Meadows’ watch: the walk to Lafayette Square, the complete mishandling of the Covid-19 crisis, the defense of the Confederate flag & the botched handling of the intelligence on the Russian bounties on U.S. soldiers" https://t.co/z1qbpyqZEM#ncpol
— Sean (@RavenRavinoff) July 13, 2020
His tears taste like ambrosia. Ewww...
— John Locke Foundation (@JohnLockeNC) July 13, 2020
Hahahaha...haha (deep breath)...hahahaha...
— Dr. Ven Challa for NC Senate (@VenSenate) July 13, 2020
Um, they're wearing masks in the pictures. Did you look at the pictures, Dr. Ven? Dude is actually a teaching pathologist, which does not bode well for Wake Forest grads...
Wasting your time Maya, get off your computer and come talk to us #notverygoodpeople we will tell you you are wasting your time with the #pottedplant #joebiden Trump will destroy him in #NorthCarolina #ncpol
— Filipinos4Trump (@DerryZeny) July 13, 2020
Filipinos 4 Trump? You know what, I don't even want to know.
— @AthleteRights_NC (@AthleterightsNc) July 13, 2020
What? Nevermind, I don't want to know about that, either...
Most U.S. parents say it would be risky to send their children back to school in the fall — including a slim majority of Republicans and a staggering nine in 10 Black Americans #ncpol https://t.co/yZqI0AtR4j
— Eric Nelson, Ph.D. (@CommodoreNelson) July 14, 2020
I'm curious to see how this affects the vote in November. Trump is all-in on opening schools, so much so that he's threatening to cut of Federal aid to states who don't. Will that 53% of Republicans stand up for their kids, or bow to the child in the White House? I think we know the answer to that, at least what most of them will do.
On that exasperating note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) July 13, 2020
Ridin' the white pony. You'll pay for that tomorrow...