Sure thing Rich. You guys & gals in #NorthCarolina really know how to elect 'em! #ncpol #TarHeelNation @TheCharlotteO https://t.co/XPksCNjsHO
— This Old Man (@DieseGreis) May 12, 2020
Get in line, pal. We've been begging NC voters to get rid of Burr for years, but they're apparently infatuated with empty suits.
I'm pretty sure that is a Saab Bofors AT4 shoulder mounted anti-tank missile launcher. Someone, anyone, please tell me why any civilian needs this? This is madness. #ncpol #mealteamsix #COVIDIOTS
https://t.co/XroSigczrk via @nbcnews
— David Larson (@DLarson919) May 11, 2020
Supposedly the thing was stamped with "Inert," which means not only was it missing its anti-tank rocket, the firing mechanisms had also been removed. But what I find even funnier than that are those long-ass dueling pistols he's sporting. Are they supposed to be the nuts to the rocket launcher penis? I know, that's disgusting, but the compensation is just so glaringly obvious...
Faith And Power has spent $1,581,680 on this "Courage To Vote" ad on education issues #ncpol pic.twitter.com/nNuTR7clA8
— NC Political Ads (@NCPolAds) May 11, 2020
Let me fix that for you: "Mitch McConnell blew over $1.5 Million in an attempt to beat Cal Cunningham during the Primary, so they wouldn't have to worry about him in November. It didn't work, and now there's $1.5 Million less to use in the General election."
Colorado restaurant draws crowds after reopening in defiance of state orderhttps://t.co/12qVRJIOhS#ReopenCO #ReopenNC
— A.P. Dillon (@APDillon_) May 11, 2020
It's funny (not really) that you think such irresponsible behavior is admirable. They need to immediately start tracking these people, because an outbreak is imminent.
A May 4 lawsuit to overturn North Carolina’s absentee ballot protections is an openly partisan power grab - https://t.co/us5MG7s0Ds #NCGA #2020elections #ncpol
— Civitas Institute (@NCCivitas) May 11, 2020
Let it be known that Civitas supports government stifling the votes of elderly folks and supports unnecessarily exposing them to a dangerous virus by requiring multiple witnesses enter their homes. It is as simple as that.
“The president wants to go full steam ahead,” says @GOPChairwoman. “We are full steam ahead for in person, in Charlotte.” https://t.co/V8OQCadq4I
— Michael Kruse (@michaelkruse) May 11, 2020
Of course he does. His fragile ego is suffering because he can't hold his ubiquitous rallies with MAGA-hat-wearing cult members. Frankly, they ought to block off that section of Charlotte into a "red zone," keeping those numbskulls under wraps, so they can't infect other parts of the City.
Good to see the Battle of Subway getting properly memorialized. #mealteamsix #ncpol pic.twitter.com/Tdzcy01HwZ
— /home/MarkTurner (@MarkTurnerNC) May 11, 2020
Lol! "Meal Team Six" is pure fricking genius...
The @NC_Governor should amend his Executive Order regarding religious meetings to provide clarity sought by the NC Sheriffs’ Association & churches across NC. Our 1st Amendment freedoms deserve more protection from government infringement, not less https://t.co/U36zvpLpWy #ncpol
— Rep. Keith Kidwell (@KidwellRep) May 11, 2020
Just to be clear, your religious freedoms do not outweigh the public's health and welfare. 10 people infected at a church gathering can balloon into a couple hundred who *don't* attend that church in just a week or two. An elected official who doesn't grasp that simple concept is not fit for office.
Nearly 10,000 North Carolinians have RECOVERED from Corona virus! #CelebrateThat #ncpol
— Raleigh Republican Club (@RaleighGOP) May 11, 2020
Yep, but over 500 did not recover, so keep your damn celebrations to yourself.
Which one is it—are we not doing enough or are we doing too much?
You can’t have it both ways. https://t.co/9qoWkKQDvZ#ncpol https://t.co/GBDSqg1aRH
— Justin Parmenter (@JustinParmenter) May 11, 2020
Don't waste your breath, Justin. Dandy doesn't have any answers.
Only 4 women in the NC House who are moms to school age kids - all part of the @nchousedems Freshmen Class.
Thankful for these fierce women every single day. @ChristyClarkNC @juliefornc @friendsforbatch - not sure I could do the mom/Rep thing without you! #mothersday2020 pic.twitter.com/w4GUMbmc38
— Rep. Ashton Clemmons (@Clemmons4NC) May 10, 2020
And we are so lucky to have them in the NCGA. More, please...
People of NC largely left out of governance of the state’s treasured public university system. #ncpol https://t.co/85LtfyqdXQ
— Melanie Sill (@melaniesill) May 11, 2020
Lol! There's a question about his integrity? Hurry up and re-elect him before the media gets a hold of it! Idiots...
Finally. What we’ve been saying! Thank you Mr. Speaker. When churches are treated with less freedom than businesses, the First Amendment has been broken. #ncpol https://t.co/BkycEupHXe
— Tami Fitzgerald (@tamifitzgerald) May 12, 2020
Oh, great. Tami Fitzgerald is back. And talking about freedom no less, which is simply precious. Of course that doesn't apply to gay people or pregnant women, but let's not get embroiled in details...
It's time to get motivated to register a new #GOP friend to join the party! Be active in growing the party by retweeting this post and letting your friends know why you're voting Republican this November. #KAG2020 https://t.co/CEXCzF6ImW
— NCGOP (@NCGOP) May 11, 2020
22 hours ago and 4 retweets. Whoever is in charge of your social media is literally stealing money from you.
On that derisive note, here's your Onion:
‘God Bless Our Heroes!’ Written Where Tip Should Be https://t.co/jxN5lR8CRI pic.twitter.com/PRAINt7cg1
— The Onion (@TheOnion) May 11, 2020
Happens more than you would believe...
I think I saw her at one of those ReOpenNC rallies...