— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) January 26, 2021
The timing of the FBI's decision to drop the months-long investigation tells us quite a bit. Shortly before Biden was sworn in, but after the House voted to Impeach. Was there a quid pro quo between Trump and Burr dealing with his Impeachment vote in the upcoming Senate trial? The fact the Senate Ethics panel did not outright absolve Burr of any wrongdoing is also very telling, but it looks like Burr will not face any consequences for his second bank run.
— Reopen WCPSS #openschools #openNCschools (@ReopenWcpss) January 25, 2021
As usual your logic is flawed. You would force them to have an in-person meeting, with probably unlimited public participation, or not make any policy decisions at all. Aside from the fact that's just plain reckless, you're also assuming that would somehow lead them to open schools. In reality, it would actually make them fear the virus more.
Two people familiar with his thinking said Trump’s former chief of staff Mark Meadows… was even considering a position at the Trump Organization because of a lack of options.https://t.co/uKS5G0J59r
via @GabbyOrr_ @meridithmcgraw @dlippman
— Sam Stein (@samstein) January 25, 2021
Well, he can't drive the golf cart. Trump doesn't let anybody do that for him, because it's his Par Assault Vehicle (PAV) and follows his commands unquestioningly. Unless the battery dies.
Rumor: If election night results change over the ensuing days, the process is hacked or compromised, so I can’t trust the results.
Reality: Provisional ballots and absentee ballots received after Election Day but postmarked by Election Day may be added later.#ncpol pic.twitter.com/0ZJ697rK4S
— NCSBE (@NCSBE) January 25, 2021
I agree with this 100%. Except for Bigfoot. I'm keeping an open mind about that...
— Tim Peck (@timothypeck) January 25, 2021
Oh god, here we go again. The Tim Peck Tim Moffitt bromance is rekindling. Where is Shakespeare when you need him?
— Storri Teller - Physics not Appeals to Authority (@LaffersNapkin) January 25, 2021
Uh, no. Political theatrics is acting like a deadly pandemic is just another flu variation, nothing to worry about, merely to attack a Democratic Governor. Jeff's comment is just a light-hearted satirical observation, which of course flies way over the heads of trolls.
— Ed Cone (@efcone) January 25, 2021
Yeah, that needs to be retired. And so should calling everybody from our state "Tarheels," for that matter. Nothing against UNC mind you, I've just always found it...degrading? Reductive? something along those lines. Then again, I was born in Florida. Tarheel might be slightly better than "Cracker."
This is the sort of thing we like to hear. It's been established for several years that NC is a popular retirement destination. A study by the Tax Foundation, a nonpartisan organization, states that NC is gaining new residents due to wise tax policy decisions. #ncpol pic.twitter.com/8eaZjmnB7h
— NC Retired Governmental Employees' Association (@NCRGEA) January 25, 2021
Yeah, that's a load of crap. The average high temperature during the two equinoxes approaches the 70 degree mark. There are harsh days during the Winter and Summer, but "mild" is the rule for 4/5 of the year.
— Chris Cooper (@chriscooperwcu) January 25, 2021
It would be pretty sweet if somebody could get Meadows on record about that phone call, even if it's not included in the articles. Help back up any criminal charges that may be brought by Georgia prosecutors.
— Ray Nothstine (@RayNothstine) January 25, 2021
You know who is tasked with most domestic violence calls, intervention, and prevention? County sheriff's departments. You take them out of the loop on permitting, and more women will die. So spare me the faulty 2nd Amendment argument, I've got more important things to contemplate.
— Rick Henderson (@deregulator) January 26, 2021
I didn't even want this Tweet. You lost me long before the ukulele showed up...
Great to join the @WesternWakeGOP Club for dinner, fellowship and a conversation on the (very bright) future of the @NCGOP. WWRC is an awesome group of Republican Activists and Leaders! #LeadRightNC #NCGOP pic.twitter.com/3fvxwo1OKX
— Michael Whatley (@WhatleyNCGOP) January 26, 2021
And not a single mask in view. What the 4th Circle of Hell is wrong with these people?
On that inscrutable note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) January 23, 2021