We looked inside some of the tweets by @tweetsfromarj and found useful information for you.
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The subject of a movie which covered his investigative reporting of the claims of WMDs in Iraq. Sickening. https://t.co/k3gY7LOM1y
"I was shocked at the force they used," says @NYGovCuomo of protesters in Washington, DC being pelted with rubber bullets. Cuomo calls the President walking to a nearby church and displaying a bible amid the protests "shameful," saying it was simply "a photo opportunity." https://t.co/BL58rpjjXc
Actual Grandma Killer says what? https://t.co/6mKt74vLJh
If you haven't noticed yet, 2020 should be completely dependent upon prayer, as should all of life, but especially this year. It's only June 1st. We may not have all the answers, but we know the God who does, and has promised He hears the prayers of the righteous. Pray saints.
“We can’t be a pushover,” the president told governors of how the country is being perceived by other countries. The message was clear: the unrest is making the president look bad, so get it together.
A good example of how media's monomaniacal obsession with bad orange man renders their analysis particularly unhelpful. They can't even imagine that projecting weakness might have national security implications. Nope, everything, absolutely everything, is about Trump. https://t.co/vF1sju5AiL
At the FBI, we know that diversity makes us stronger. During #PrideMonth, the FBI celebrates the contributions that our #LGBT colleagues have made to our country and our mission. https://t.co/SqLY732mpa
Domestic terrorists are running rampant in the streets and the FBI is tweeting about gay pride https://t.co/HGJNxDZwPV