We looked inside some of the tweets by @No_Kakistocracy and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
By not impeaching, Democrats reinforce a reputation for being risk-averse hacks without either bedrock principles or middle-finger-giving spunk. In other words, overthinking the politics could be politically unwise. (Same goes for picking a 2020 nominee, as per @michelleinbklyn.)
"[Don Jr] had a meeting and he called me and then he had the meeting after" -- did Trump just admit that @DonaldJTrumpJr called him *before* the Trump Tower meeting?
Liars typically can't keep their lies straight, which gets them in the end. *Of course* @realDonaldTrump knew in advance of Don Jr's meeting with the #Russian🇷🇺"lawyer" / spy to obtain ILLEGAL "help" from a hostile foreign government. #TrumpRussia #ImpeachTrump
Federal law states that as soon as someone is born, they're a person, and therefore entitled to all rights thereof. One of those rights is that no one can kill you, legally. https://www.wonkette.com/alabama-republicans-too-stupid-to-know-infanticide-is-already-illegal … via @RobynElyse
👩🏽🌾👨🏿🌾✊🏾“Los derechos campesinos, para ser efectivos, requieren Reformas Agrarias en todo el mundo” http://frama.link/ZDfMwDeP @via_campesina @viacampesinaFR @ECVC1 @CLOC_LVC @InfoAcbio @FIANista @CETIM_CETIM @radiomundoreal @MST_Oficial @AmigosTierraEsp
With only 3 percent of Americans saying they read the Mueller report, the Dems need to hold hearings to boost the fundamental story of the Trump-Russia scandal: Russia attacked a US election (to assist Trump) and Trump helped (and lied about his Russian connections). https://twitter.com/saletan/status/1131283202256060416 …
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By 1971, one-sixth of South Vietnam had been blanketed with 20 million gallons of Agent Orange. In partnership with @FERNnews, @georgehsblack reports for @YaleE360 on the generation-spanning health effects and the US’s new $390 million cleanup project. https://e360.yale.edu/features/fifty-years-after-a-daunting-cleanup-of-vietnam-toxic-legacy-dioxin-agent-orange …
By 1971, one-sixth of South Vietnam had been blanketed with 20 million gallons of Agent Orange. In partnership with @FERNnews, @georgehsblack reports for @YaleE360 on the generation-spanning health effects and the US’s new $390 million cleanup project.
.@RepAOC @AOC on facial recognition: "So, we have a technology that was created and designed by one demographic that is only mostly effective on that one demographic and they're trying to sell it and impose it on the entirety of the country?"
When tech companies develop algorithms that automate the assumptions of people from one demo, they start to automate subconscious bias. When those flawed algorithms get sold to law enforcement, it can be disastrous for anyone that doesn’t look like most Silicon Valley engineers.