Dear @RepMariaSalazar: You voted against it. You voted NO on your own legislation.— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) March 14, 2021
But thanks for highlighting some of the great small business provisions in the #AmericanRescuePlan, which every Republican Member of Congress opposed. https://t.co/epxKtjEobj
Republicans are trying to have their cake and vote against it, too https://t.co/zSiNKdR4Sa— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 15, 2021
Republicans are pissed because Republicans voters approve it. pic.twitter.com/G0lPPxwEG8— Rhonda Harbison (@RonnieMotes8) March 14, 2021
Fun fact:— Frank Amari (@FrankAmari2) March 14, 2021
Everyone's $1,400 relief check is $1,400 more than 91 "Fortune 500" companies paid in taxes immediately following the 2017 "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act."https://t.co/UWll7OaJ68
In a week where the most impressive piece of legislation in a generation has been passed, THIS is what they’re focusing on?— Jay Black (@jayblackisfunny) March 14, 2021
It’s like getting a Mercedes for your birthday and complaining about the color of the napkins at your party.
4/5 were joint appearances with world leaders (impossible now for obvious reasons); the former guy had only one press conference his first year.— Victory Gin (@vict0ry_gin) March 14, 2021
Baker's article acknowledges as much, while quoting Kayleigh McEnemy, Sean Hannity, and Mark Meadows.
Because the former guy loves the sound of his own voice. They were his opportunity to (falsely)brag about himself or insult and tell lies about others. They were hardly "news conferences".— jlk (@jkingsbury67) March 14, 2021
The media is obsessed with this. Most of us don't care. We've had enough of a 'president" spouting off every day and the media foaming at the mouth over it. That sick symbiotic relationship is over and they just don't know what to do now.— Tuxedosrevenge (@tuxedosrevenge) March 14, 2021
My grandmother was an alcoholic. She drank a fifth of gin a day. She was considerably more sober than Judge Blotto. https://t.co/iMirhoiPUv— The Hoarse Whisperer (@TheRealHoarse) March 14, 2021
GOP Sen. Ron Johnson says Capitol rioters didn’t scare him — but might have had they been Black Lives Matter protesters https://t.co/oCf4aPQuoD— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 13, 2021
But he was white so Republicans like Senator Ron Johnson see him as an ally who "loves the country." https://t.co/84GV6ihitm— Stephen White (@sgw94) March 14, 2021
“Texas man threatens to kill his kids if they turn him in.”— Steve Marmel (@Marmel) March 14, 2021
Ron Johnson felt safe.
Ron Johnson felt safe. https://t.co/KiekkHgtbx— Steve Marmel (@Marmel) March 14, 2021
Ron Johnson felt safe. https://t.co/3K1gB6nnFi— Steve Marmel (@Marmel) March 14, 2021
Sen. John Barrasso (R) refuses to condemn his colleague Ron Johnson's racist remarks about how he would've been more concerned about the January 6 insurrection if it had been spearheaded by Black Lives Matter protesters pic.twitter.com/A7Cv9AqZV0— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 14, 2021
Ron Johnson, February: The Capitol riots were peaceful until Antifa made them violent.— JRehling (@JRehling) March 13, 2021
Ron Johnson, March: I felt safe during the Capitol riots because I knew it wasn't Antifa.
We need a press in this country that drills politicians on their inconsistencies relentlessly.
This impotence was the actual reality of his presidency, too. But too many of us are conditioned to pretend that can’t ever be the case. https://t.co/mHJCwP2fYn— David Waldman-1, of Yorktown LLC™ (@KagroX) March 14, 2021
We thought Trump would keep disrupting and dominating news cycles from his virtual mountaintop in Florida. Instead he's all but disappeared and occasional photos show a husk of a man doing meet and greets at his resort. https://t.co/SrCIl5ICrN via @TPM— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) March 15, 2021