We looked inside some of the tweets by @BenjySarlin and here's what we found interesting.
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Would love for the next episode of Game Of Thrones to be a bottle episode set entirely inside "the Crypt." Get a fly buzzing around. Have Rian Johnson direct. Save money, enrage fans, achieve true greatness.
As far as I'm concerned I'd watch three more seasons of different character combos drinking in a room and nothing else
Poll: 63% of Americans haven't read any of the Mueller report yet, and 31% don't plan to moving forward https://www.businessinsider.com/people-who-havent-read-the-mueller-report-insist-it-exonerates-trump-2019-4 …
These are shockingly high numbers on the have read/will read, also I too intend to read the most recent Pulitzer Prize winner in fiction just as soon as I finish the last four
‘Medicare for All’ is dropping in popularity as Republicans unite against it, but all buy-in options remain extremely popular with steady support, especially if paid for with high-income taxes https://morningconsult.com/2019/04/22/how-the-medicare-for-all-messaging-battle-can-be-won-or-lost/ …
Worth noting: There's still no clear GOP talking point against Medicare buy-in. Industry groups have tried to argue it will reduce their compensation too much to maintain care, but that's not a regular political attack you hear.
Wow, this is a myth buster. @JoeBiden leads in a @CollegeReaction poll of college students (N=1,052 online). https://collegereaction.com/posts/poll-students-three-favorite-candidates-are-white-men-older-than-70?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axiosam&stream=top …
New Morning Consult polling shows a pretty significant amount of openness to a Medicare buy-in among Republican voters. https://morningconsult.com/2019/04/22/how-the-medicare-for-all-messaging-battle-can-be-won-or-lost/ …
This confusion is, in many ways, encouraged by the 2020 Democrats. Much of the field backs the Sanders M4A bill (which replaces all private insurance) but pivots to a voluntary version (which keeps it) whenever they get asked about their own plan. https://twitter.com/TopherSpiro/status/1120325190448230402 …
Free public college has become a common D position since Sanders' 2016 run, mass cancellation of student debt (as Warren proposes) is rarer, though not unheard of. Jared Polis (now CO gov) had a bill to cancel $1.4T in debt, paid for by reversing Trump tax cuts, for example.
I have now read the redacted Mueller report and offer my personal reaction:
ROMNEY has read the redacted version of the Mueller report, and says "I am sickened at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land, including the President."
What surprises me most about D reaction to Mueller report isn't wariness about impeachment, it's how much they seem to accept the "NO COLLUSION" frame after a report that contains tons of damaging Russia-related ties short of conspiracy that the president covered up