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Inside 100 Tweets
During the "Castle in the Sky" TV screening there were 25,088 tweets per second, the most ever.
👀The @FBI & @USAttyFreed launched an investigation this week into "potential issues with a small number of mail-in ballots" in Luzerne County, NE Pennsylvania. It recovered 9 military ballots — all of which were cast for TRUMP — that had been discarded. https://t.co/SZ20DlCvch
Dept of "Ledes that could have been written in advance" "Republicans rushed on Tuesday to insist there would be a peaceful transfer of power despite President Trump's refusal to commit to accepting the results of the election. But they stopped short of criticizing the president"
Cuccinelli denies withholding the report because of its section on white supremacy, as alleged by former DHS intel chief Brian Murphy. “When white supremacists act as terrorists more people per incident are killed. That is a higher lethality," Mr. Cuccinelli said.
Trump declines an opportunity to endorse a peaceful transfer of power after the November election, renewing his baseless warnings about extensive voting fraud before saying there would be no power transfer at all. @michaelcrowley https://t.co/bT9KHBXEO8
Many will find this to be an interesting choice to push back on. Wolf’s predecessor went out of his way to highlight the threat of white supremacy. A draft of a threat assessment— one Wolf is accused of withholding— said such extremism was a top threat to the nation.
Incomplete & misleading reporting. @DHS_Wolf responded to questioning by outlining threats to the Homeland: - Racially & ethnically motivated violence - Anti-government & anarchists extremists, anti-law-enforcement individuals - Nation-states, such as Russia, China, & Iran https://t.co/2JJkatARz8
Here was the secretary’s quote: “White supremacist extremists, from a lethality standpoint over the last two years, particularly when you look at 2018 and 2019, are certainly the most persistent and lethal threat when we talk about domestic violent extremists.” https://t.co/QBlfun3zQY
The timing of Mr. Wolf's confirmation hearing, about 10 months after he was tapped to lead the agency on an acting basis, was emblematic of the carousel of leadership at a department that has been riddled with vacancies throughout the Trump admin. https://t.co/coJ9NJjgAf