We looked inside some of the tweets by @TeedeeNK and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
You're old enough to remember the days when Democrats routinely accused Reagan of being a racist and used the same tag for anyone who voted for him.
But I’m also old enough to remember that Reagan never told American citizens of color to go back to their countries, never paid hush money to a porn star, never tried to obstruct an investigation, and never took the side of an American geopolitical foe, among many other things.
It's not about what I will do, Julius. Nine out of ten South Africans who voted did not vote for your party. We are not afraid of you. Your actions are unconstitutional and undermine the noble struggle waged for a constitutional democracy, for which many died and were imprisoned.
.@Reppressley @AyannaPressley: "They begged us for forgiveness…what will we say to this generation of children and parents we imprisoned for seeking safety? We should be the ones begging for forgiveness."
Let's not forget why Trump is attacking Democratic women of color in the first place: They brought attention to the inhumane conditions they saw at this administration's detention camps. "What will we say to those we imprisoned for seeking safety?"
There are no words for why the Democrats are staying silent on this. If this is your way to winning an election, fire your strategist. This is disgusting. Love your country. And if you don’t like what is happening then tell the members of Congress to get to work and fix it. https://twitter.com/RealSaavedra/status/1150007832428761088 …
.@nikkihaley are you going to say anything about the president’s racist tweets?
I've said all along that Trump is a racist. He is proving that point yet again by attacking Reps. @IlhanMN, @RashidaTlaib, @AyannaPressley and @AOC. Split a contribution between their campaigns and ours to send a message that his racism will not stand:
But it's not just the turning the US government into a criminal conspiracy to empower and enrich the president and his supporters. It's weaponization of politics in America to attack the weak. But it's not just the weaponization of American politics to attack the weak.
It's the degradation of the office and of public discourse in America. But it's not just the degradation of the office and of public discourse in America. It's the support of Nazis and white supremacists. But it's not just the support of Nazis and white supremacists.
It's the defense of murdering dictators but it is not just the defense of murdering dictators. It is the serial undermining of our national security. But it is not just the serial undermining of our national security. It is the nepotism. But it's not just the nepotism.
It's the attacks on our most important allies and alliances. But it's not just the attacks on most important allies and alliances. It's the systematic destruction of our environment. But it's not just the systematic destruction of our environment.