Trump humiliated over ignorant Super Bowl tweet

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McConnell pours gasoline on Trumpster fire

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Trump roasted on Twitter after congratulating the wrong state on Chiefs’ Super Bowl win

Trump quickly deleted the tweet, but not before Twitter users got a look at his boneheadedness.

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Trump slams Bloomberg in pitiful tweetstorm ahead of competing Super Bowl ads

The former New York City mayor is getting under Trump’s skin with his barrage of TV commercials attacking the forever-impeached president.

Taxpayers get $3.4 million tab so Trump can host Super Bowl Party for his club members
The president’s latest trip to his Palm Beach resort and nearby golf course brings the taxpayer-funded total for his golfing hobby to $130.4 million.

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49ers’ Katie Sowers is the first woman and openly gay coach in Super Bowl history
“She has done a hell of a job,” 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said.

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s 2020 Super Bowl Halftime show was surprisingly political
With a “Born in the USA” shout-out, a Puerto Rican flag, and a children’s dance group, Lopez made a wordless but pointed political statement.

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Another GOP Sentor acknowledges Trump’s guilt and refuses to hold him accountable
Joni Ernst defends Trump but says President handled Ukraine ‘maybe in the wrong manner’

FCC says man behind racist robocalls attacking Abrams and Gillum should pay $13 million fine
The corrupt, white supremacist agenda was a key part of Republicans’ biggest 2018 wins.

Republican lawmaker in Montana rebuked for saying the Constitution calls for jailing or shooting socialists
The deranged mentality is frighteningly common in today’s GOP.


Today’s Action: Learn something new for Black History Month!

February is Black History Month, four weeks dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating the significant and often overlooked contributions of Black Americans to our nation’s history and culture.

This month, we encourage you to balance your overt political activism with some personal enrichment, actively partaking in Black history to learn or experience something or someone new. While most of our daily OD actions involve outward energy (contacting other voters, communicating with our elected officials), this action is inward: the focus is on you!

  1. Read a book by a celebrated Black author. Maya Angelou, James Baldwin, Octavia Butler, Ralph Ellison, Alex Haley, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, and Alice Walker are just a handful of authors you can start with. Essays, novels, plays, poetry, and memoirs…whichever your preferred literary experience, you’ll find it all within just this handful of incredible writers.
  2. Visit a Black history museum. If you’re more into a more interactive experience, at least 39 states plus D.C. have one or more museums dedicated to Black history! From slavery to WWII to civil rights to the present day, from music to fine arts and more, there’s something new to learn.
  3. Celebrate Black filmmakers and history through film. Notoriously un/under-represented at the major awards shows, Hollywood nonetheless holds incredibly talented Black filmmakers. Explore the filmography of contemporary directors such as Ryan Coogler, Ava DuVernay, Barry Jenkins, Spike Lee, Steve McQueen, Jordan Peele, Dee Rees and so many more. We also like this curated NY Times list of films that begins in 1920, PBS’ documentary recommendations, and this Netflix binge-list.

And more! There are endless ways to celebrate and explore Black history this February and every month of the year. The most important thing is to make sure it’s more than a phrase or gesture – commit to your own education this month, even if it’s just one new book, film, or museum day. And, consider keeping this list to continue your education in every month remaining in 2020!

PS — Please don’t forget to sign the petition to demand funding to comabt the deadly coronavirus now, and check out the brilliant “Don’t Think of an Elephant” by George Lakoff — a quick read that contains the ultimate keys for Democrats to win elections — and arguments.


Required Reading for the Resistance. Actions that make a difference.