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Joined June 2013
The corporate cuts are permanent, but when the personal tax cuts expire, watch as Republicans insist that Democrats are “raising” their taxes. Watch.
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TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @GOP
The middle class do not make more than $400,000 a year.
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What did that faker have to say about Breonna Taylor?
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Imagine if PBO had taken classified documents from the WH. Think this would have been Nikki’s take?
Almost 24 hours after a former president’s home is raided, and the FBI, Justice Department, and White House have zero explanation. Does that mean this sort of thing is now business as usual? That can never be allowed to happen. America is waiting for answers.
Trump is WEAK
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TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @maggieNYT
These are the types of tweets that journalism profs need to screenshot for classroom discussions—illustrating how social media use by reporters who "parrot quote" falsehoods in their own feeds without adding corrective context SERVES bad faith actors & pushes inaccurate content.
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TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @maggieNYT
Trump signed off making it a felony to steal classified documents. 🤣 “in 2018 Trump signed a law that stiffened the penalty for the unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents from one year to five years, turning it into a felony offense” politico.com/news/2022/08/09…
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TenaciousEye retweeted
An image circulating on social media has been inaccurately described as if showing an event for former U.S. President Donald Trump in Wisconsin in August 2022. The photo is from at least November 2020 reut.rs/3SxklMx
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TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @realTanyaTay
Hmmm I’m not gonna take democracy advice from a Russian born twitterer with the last name Posobiec whose Twitter feed is a MAGA-palooza. Just a policy I have.
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TenaciousEye retweeted
“After calling for Hillary Clinton to be jailed, in 2018 Trump signed a law that stiffened the penalty for the unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents from one year to five years, turning it into a felony offense” politico.com/news/2022/08/09…
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I bet he’s so paranoid at this point that even Ivanka gets checked to see if she’s wearing a wire whenever she’s within 10 feet of him.
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Olivia Newton John is gone and Newt Gingrich isn’t, and you want me to believe in a “just and merciful” god? Please.
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TenaciousEye retweeted
We'll that's going to come back and bite him in his big fat ass.
Trump signed a law in 2018 making the removal of classified documents a felony. 😏
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Because it’s not a cult.
Outside Mar-a-Lago, a concerned citizen wants to know why the FBI isn’t doing anything about Hillary’s emails or Hunter’s laptop.
Posthumous support for Nixon:
The raid on President Trump's home on the anniversary of President Nixon's resignation is not a coincidence. The message: anyone who challenges the regime's corrupt power will be destroyed.
TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @Acyn
Actually, no. The left is furious that a former president is putting our national security at risk, and likely the national security of many other countries, so he can cash in or hold hostage people who can pay him or harm him. Damn right I'm furious.
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TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @Acyn
It’s not surprising Republicans are blaming Democrats for Trump’s criminal behavior.
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TenaciousEye retweeted
Replying to @MikeKellyPA
The FBI wouldn’t have to execute a legal search warrant at the home of a former president, if the former president didn’t commit a whole bunch of crimes.
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Mike is seriously nervous. Think his accountant is hurriedly preparing revised returns?
You think those 87,000 new IRS agents are just for show? Look at what the DOJ did last night to President Trump, while it slow-rolls and looks the other way on Hunter Biden. If they will go after a former President, they will go after you.
Replying to @NotHoodlum
So, basically… trump brought this on himself.
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