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I'm also seeing little apology from the Republicans who were blaming "the radical left" and Democrats on social media for this whole thing since it came to be known this guy was a registered Republican (and apparently an interest in shooting).
The amount of assumption being made by the media with regards to the Trump rally and the shooter are something else. We literally have no information yet but yeah the rhetoric was the cause. OK then.
🫏 Bernie is ridin' with Biden.

I'm ridin' with Biden

🫏 Several points for the Democrats who think Biden should drop out of the race or are thinking there might be a way to force him out: 1. He was old during the primaries. You should have primaried him them. 2. You have no mechanism to move delegates to someone else

🫏 It's interesting to me, I have yet to hear opinions from real people about Biden getting out/staying in the race. It's the celebs and the muckity-mucks in Democratic Party circles and I'd bet good money real people don't care about what
🫏 To the celebrities like Ashley Judd and George Clooney piling on Biden to get out of the race: your opinion on the subject isn't worth more than anyone else's because you're a celebrity.
Freddie deBoer: ...left-of-center culture is still a place where accusations of identity bigotries are potent and where people are absolutely shameless about lobbing them. Damn straight. Lived through this myself multiple times already on social media before heading for the exits.

Yes - the US is a two-party system

Joan Westenberg: But when the criticism morphs into a point-blank refusal to participate in the political process, it becomes ludicrously self-defeating. In a two-party system, opting out of an election or voting third party has the same practical effect as supporting the opposing fucking candidate. I will never understand the

The more things change...

... the more they stay the same. 10 years ago on Family Guy: