— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) October 20, 2020
Give it a listen, it's short and to the point. Barrett avoided/evaded more questions than she answered, and that should frighten everybody.
“In interviews in 10 states where early voting is underway, Black voters said this year’s presidential election is the most important of their lifetime, some calling it more consequential even than 2008”
In NC and GA, Black turnout far exceeds 2016 levels https://t.co/rXyEeRtoF4
— Chris Lu (@ChrisLu44) October 19, 2020
But but...Diamond and Silk said...
Good jobs news: Farmstead, a rapidly growing online grocer is expanding into the Charlotte area. They will hire about 20 people at first, but expect to hire hundreds as local demand grows. https://t.co/ZtV9w5KQGV #ncpol
— Mark Shiver (@markshiver) October 19, 2020
Lol! Start out with 20 people, but expect to hire hundreds? That's not how any of this works. Republicans are so gullible...
McClatchy, a publisher for several North Carolina newspapers, refused to allow the NRSC to place ads targeting @CalforNC's sexting scandal and affair with a wounded war veteran's wife. #NCSen #ncpol https://t.co/Bib8AcInEc
— The Senate Majority (@NRSC) October 19, 2020
If McClatchy rejected the ad, it must have been a legal minefield of slanderous nonsense. Quit whining, and do better.
Cooper’s refusal to reopen schools because of political pressure from the far-left NCAE will widen education disparities.
According to Harvard experts, many children may never recover.#NCGA #NCPOL @CarolinaJournal @LynnMarch007 https://t.co/xlEaed6ub9
— John Locke Foundation (@JohnLockeNC) October 19, 2020
You misspelled "responsible data-driven analysis" in your zest to push an anti-union message. But this nonsense from Berger takes the cake:
Berger, in a release, says, “On every single COVID decision, the governor refused to let locals make any decisions for themselves. But now, on perhaps the most critical decision of all — whether to reopen schools — the governor has abandoned all responsibility and passed off decision making to local districts.”
Berger continued, “Any reasonable person would look at what’s going on and conclude that Gov. Cooper is harming children by keeping them out of school because he’s afraid of angering his allies in the far-left NCAE.”
You just contradicted yourself, and you're too much of a partisan to realize it. He let the school districts decide between the B or C options, instead of ordering them all to open with no restrictions like Dan Forest would. But that's abandoning responsibility?
Good lord, you are an idiot.
— MAHA (@MAHA_Our_USA) October 19, 2020
Wow. What an asshole. If that's how he treats his "best friend," what can his constituents expect?
Can you believe this is the pickup truck of a grown adult man - let alone a sitting North Carolina legislator?
It is, of course, Larry Pittman - the single worst person in the #NCGA. And in 15 days, we get to shove Larry off to his next job. #ncpol pic.twitter.com/1YCs3JaOgB
— The Long Leaf Pine Slate (@ForwardCarolina) October 19, 2020
Dude has lost his mind, and so have the people who keep sending him to Raleigh.
FarukForWake https://t.co/BSyBaN3RKJ via @YouTube | My message and commitments to the citizens of #WakeCounty. Please share.https://t.co/BSyBaN3RKJ #WakePol #WakeGov #2020 #ncpol @WakeGOV | The Leadership Our County Needs | @FarukOkce
— Faruk Okcetin (@FarukOkce) October 19, 2020
Republican superfan of Blockchain. Yeah, that's exactly what Wake County needs, a delusional "entrepreneur" with access to a $1.5 Billion budget...
Believe it or not, farmers are resilient and have become more so over time. Our soil and water division assists and offers resources to farmers for this purpose!
Donate today at https://t.co/xjVi918zUR #NCAgriculture #ncpol pic.twitter.com/fJjy5o9Dpf
— Steve Troxler (@SteveTroxlerNC) October 19, 2020
If you gave half a damn about NC's farmers you would have been screaming at Trump to stop his stupid trade war with China. Instead, we got crickets. You're about as useless as they come.
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) October 20, 2020
Way too many maskless faces in that crowd. Every time Trump shows up, he creates a contact tracing nightmare. Symbolic of his entire presidency.
NC total accepted absentee ballots, thru 10-19:
By vote methods (absentee by mail and absentee onestop/in-person) by party registration within each method and total of absentee ballots (early votes)#ncpol #ncvotes pic.twitter.com/udQuW7vxaj
— Old North State Politics (@OldNorthStPol) October 20, 2020
Trump's idiotic attacks on mail-in voting may prove to be his undoing. He expects his supporters to expose themselves to the coronavirus to re-elect him, but the spike in cases will likely keep many at home. Film on 11/3.
On that sobering note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) October 19, 2020
They're still working on it...