Trump’s pathetic social media return plan revealed

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Top Stories for March 22:

Trump is returning to social media in a few months with his own platform, spokesman says

This should be interesting. And fact free.

Take Action: Demand Facebook ban Trump permanently!

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Chris Wallace hammers Sen. Tom Cotton for whining about “inmate checks” that he voted for under Trump

The Arkansas senator offered up a flimsy, hypocritical excuse for opposing President Biden’s historic pandemic relief bill, and Fox News’s Wallace was having none of it.

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BOMBSHELL new update on filibuster reform

No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen: This is great news.

Access, influence and pardons: How a set of allies shaped Trump’s choices
Spoiler alert: Money talks.

Former top MAGA riot prosecutor, a Trump appointee, suggests the ex-president may be culpable, says federal investigators are “looking at everything”
No public officials have been charged with crimes related to the MAGA riot investigation, and prosecutors have focused so far on bringing criminal cases against rioters who breached the Capitol grounds, several of whom have claimed they did so at the ex-president’s direction.

Trump throws a hissy fit on the golf course after a “disappointing swing”

To be fair, golf is hard and the disgraced ex-president has plenty to be disappointed about these days.

Top Senate Republican rebukes GOP colleague Ron Johnson, says Americans don’t need “alternative versions” of pro-Trump Capitol attack
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt, who announced he will retire at the end of his current term, pushed back against his fellow Republican’s pathetic attempt to push “alternative versions” of what occurred during the MAGA riot.

GOP Rep. Tom Reed apologizes after sexual misconduct claims, says he won’t run for any office in 2022
Reed, who said this February that he was considering challenging embattle New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, announced he will not run for any elected office in 2022 and will be retiring from public service entirely on Jan. 2, 2023.

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AstraZeneca vaccine shows promising results in phase 3 trials
Results of the trial, which involved more than 32,000 volunteers, showed two doses of the vaccine administered four weeks apart had an efficacy of 79% at preventing symptoms of virus and 100% efficacy at preventing severe disease and hospitalization.

House GOP minority leader Kevin McCarthy hires top Trump official to run political operation
The disgraced ex-president’s grip on the ethically bankrupt GOP is as firm as it’s ever been.

Miami Beach extends curfew as out-of-state crowds overwhelm city during pandemic
The city has made over 1,000 arrests since February and officers have seized an “alarming” number of firearms during that time.



Yes. Seriously.


Today’s Action: Text-bank against corporate sponsorship of voter suppression in Georgia!

From the moment Georgia voters flipped the states blue for Biden/Harris, the GOP began rolling out their response: a huge fresh wave of voter suppression against the people (mostly Black voters) who made it happen.

But nearly every political campaign hinges on major donors…and it’s time for Georgia’s corporations who claim to love democracy and support Black rights to put a stop to this racist voter suppression. Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, UPS, and AFLAC all have made significant financial contributions to the GOP Georgia lawmakers who are sponsoring these bills, and if they pull their support, the bills will die.

The incredible Black activists who organized their communities for the November election need nationwide support in keeping Georgia’s Black votes protected – because many of the folks they organized are about to find it even harder to vote in the next election if these bills pass.

Text-banking opportunities TODAY, Thursday, and Friday for #GeorgiaOnTheLine! Contact Georgia voters and urge them to hold Georgia’s corporations and Chamber of Commerce accountable to Black voters! 

Two egregious bills in particular are expected to pass (HB 531 and SB 241). Combined, these two would require photo IDs for absentee ballots – or eliminate no-excuse absentee voting entirely – cut weekend voting hours, and reduce ballot drop boxes. In other words, the GOP is strategically cutting all of the legal and fraud-free routes Black voters used to defeat Trump and flip the Senate.

Corporations in Georgia have a choice: stay silent and allow the return of Jim Crow era policies…or actually use their financial influence to protect Georgia’s voters.

Let’s ensure they choose wisely.

Text-bank if you believe #BlackVotesMatter! Sign up for a shift this TODAY, Thursday, and Friday  to inform and urge Georgia voters to speak to GA corporations and leadership about protecting Georgia’s vote!

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