We looked inside some of the tweets by @dannyrotch and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Until 2017, the U.S. resettled more refugees each year than the rest of the world’s countries combined. Now, Canada has moved ahead , having settled 28,000 refugees in 2017 compared to 23,000 for the U.S. https://pewrsr.ch/2KZEA5j
This should be a national embarrassment
Also @Liz_Cheney, the fact that you employed the horrifying word “exterminated” here (co-opting the language of the oppressor) tells us that it’s *you* that needs to brush up on your reading. Hope you enjoy defending concentration camps. I won’t back down fighting against them. https://twitter.com/liz_cheney/status/1140988893627478018 …
This literally makes no sense wtf
Why are so many people utterly incapable of discussing contemporary political problems without analogizing present-day America to 1930s Germany, which produced the worst global calamity in human history? Things can be bad without necessarily being a full-blown existential crisis
1/ THREAD: Harvard rescinded my acceptance. Three months after being admitted to Harvard Class of 2023, Harvard has decided to rescind my admission over texts and comments made nearly two years ago, months prior to the shooting. I have some thoughts. Here’s what happened.
It's insane and oppressive to rescind college admission on the basis of "offensive statements" teens made on social media. In order to gain admission to elite institutions, teens now have to be career-minded, perfect little angels beginning at childhood
According to new Fox News poll, the number of people who believe Trump "coordinated with the Russian government" has gone *up* since the release of the Mueller Report, even though the Report thoroughly debunked that stupid conspiracy theory. You can thank the garbage media
We applaud Jon Stewart for his advocacy and stand with all 9/11 first responders & their families who sacrificed so much for us. This is why we are so outraged at our government for supporting Saudi Arabia & Al-Qaeda—the terrorists who attacked us.
News Analysis: Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's chief executive, has the Chinese government's backing. But her suspension of the push to allow extradition to mainland China represents the biggest political retreat of President Xi Jinping’s leadership.