We looked inside some of the tweets by @ericswalwell and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We need to get weapons of war off our streets and out of our communities. We need to #BanAndBuyBack every assault weapon in America. And we need to keep our children safe from violence and fear. I will fight for this. Will you join me? Click here ▶️ https://bit.ly/2K8w1Wf
Today, we will pass our government spending bill, protecting access to affordable birth control, cancer screenings, and STI testing and treatment through Title X. This is a huge victory during a time when states are attacking women's healthcare rights. We will fight on...
Today we honor the day when the Emancipation Proclamation was announced in Texas, informing people they were free. Yet the aftereffects of slavery still persist today and that's why I support a commission to explore reparations for America's original sin. #Juneteenth
ICYMI, I wrote about @ericswalwell's ambitious, but completely unworkable gun control plan. https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/eric-swalwell-gun-control-democratic-candidates-trump-2020-second-amendment-a8964271.html …
Thank you for reading my proposal. What is unworkable is more dead children, whether it’s on a Chicago street or a South Florida suburb. I’m not putting up with it anymore. #EnoughIsEnough
NEW from @CAPAction: Trump made big promises to American families, claiming he’d work for them—not the rich and powerful. Instead, Trump has attacked our health care and our wallets. Here's how Trump's broken promises are hurting families in each state:
At Monday's Poor People's Campaign, I spoke about how being poor is not immoral. What is immoral though, is that we live in the wealthiest country on earth but don’t provide health care to every person. What is immoral is public policy that harms people rather than helps them.