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The 2012 election broke records with 31.7 million political tweets. Election Day was by far the most tweeted about event in US political history.
It is important, I think, to understand that the violence here starts with the state, and it continues with the state refusing to even superficially hold to account its own agents who murdered people without cause. Everything that is happening tonight is downstream from that.
‼️@BrianKarem: Do you commit to making sure there is a peaceful transfer of power? @realDonaldTrump: We're going to have to see what happens....Get rid of the ballots, there won’t be a transfer, they’ll be a continuation. Words of a wannabe dictator.🤬 https://t.co/QxUjGQ94y3
This is the most frightening answer I have ever received to any question I have ever asked. I’ve interviewed convicted killers with more empathy. @realDonaldTrump is advocating Civil War. https://t.co/8eMY9Csuhp
What makes this pic even more incredible is that photo hanging on the building is of Alberta Jones, first black woman prosecutor in Louisville. She was murdered and her killers were never brought to justice.... the ancestors are watching https://t.co/TfC7HqaaMr
On Tuesday, we were told Breonna Taylor’s ex-boyfriend Jamarcus Glover was offered a plea deal, which would have required him to say that Taylor was part of his drug operation. Just now, the family’s attorney shared a picture of a plea deal that appears to show it is true https://t.co/E9nsWQLKrb
NEW: A 61-year-old man died in ICE custody from COVID-19 more than 2 months after a judge ordered his release from prison, saying his ability to defend himself from death from the virus would be “substantially diminished” while locked up, records show. https://t.co/6hdDwFQDPz
Let's get ahead of this. Not a militia. An armed gang. https://t.co/eJgAU9Xpbr
Today in 1955, J.W. Milam & Roy Bryant acquitted of Emmett Till’s murder after a 67 min deliberation. One juror said they would have done it sooner had they not stopped for soda pop. The brothers lit up cigars & celebrated. Hold this as news unfolds in Louisville. https://t.co/n56aExDmoi
This is how the system has been designed to operate. Black lives have never mattered. We hold these truths to be self-evident. What happened today happens every day. And that truth resounds from every prison, every hospital bed, every cemetery, every reservation, & every hood. https://t.co/8yVgM1hwtg
New: Black voters were more than twice as likely to have mail-in ballots rejected than those submitted by the state’s white voters in 2018, and rejection rates for 2020 show a similar pattern, according to a new analysis by ProPublica and WRAL News. https://t.co/q1pemIjlXR