Electoral forensics was hijacked and weaponized by Donald Trump and his backers in the “Stop the Steal” movement, according to former executive director of Election Defense Alliance @JonathanSimon14.
On today’s podcast, @TimothyWSchwab takes a look at how the unraveling of Bill Gates’s private life may reveal public malfeasance — some of which may even affect public health. #billgates
#Pennsylvania: A U.S. appeals court certifies PA's vote. In his decision, 3rd Circuit Judge Stephanos Bibas remarked, "Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here." Bibas was appointed by President Trump. #Election2020
An exclusive by @RealRussBaker and @mattharveyt: We dug deep and found a common thread omitted from a @nytimes report on a plot against Trump adviser H.R. McMaster: a belief he was not sufficiently pro-Israel.
"@jackiekashian walked on stage to loud applause and grabbed the microphone, just as she has done thousands of times in the last three decades. But this time was different: It was her first live show since the pandemic…” whowhatwhy.org/2021/05/22/jac…..
Like Trump did during the first debate, @VP is talking over his time limits without repercussions from the moderator. Should moderators take time away from candidates if they do this? #VPDebates
Biden is very dynamic and sharp in this debate. Like him or dislike him, gotta concede he doesn't seem like "Sleepy Joe," and Trump doesn't dare invoke that past favorite. - WhoWhatWhy Editor-in-chief @RealRussBaker
With @staceyabrams having registered 800,000 people in Georgia, and Biden squeaking through in that state, you could say Abrams is a president-maker. Guessing she can pick her cabinet spot. -- Russ Baker, founder, WhoWhatWhy
Trump claims that Obama tried to meet Kim Jong-Un, but was rejected. Ben Rhodes, Dep. National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications for the Obama administration, tweeted “I was there for all eight years. Obama never sought a meeting with Kim Jong Un."
"Are you willing tonight to condemn white supremacist and militia groups?" #Trump refused to do so, turning the problem to "Antifa and the left," even though the violence has disproportionately come from right-wing actors. #Debates2020
Why the US Senate is no longer “the world’s greatest deliberative body,” and where did it go wrong? Listen to today's podcast with @AJentleson. whowhatwhy.org/2021/01/15/why…..
The Democrats need to be more open to Black women candidates. Read today’s feature for an interview with four Black women who are running for Senate @BradshawforTN and @EricaforUSSen and activists @Dr_JZ and @StefBrownJames .
"On day one Joe Biden will raise your taxes." - Pence. FACT: Biden's proposed policy would raise taxes on individuals with income above $400,000
#GEORGIA: A state court judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the state Republican Party and Trump campaign, which claimed that late-arriving mail ballots were being mixed in with ballots that arrived on time. No evidence for that claim has been found. — Sonnet Swire
This week, @ProPublica revealed that many of America's uber-rich do not pay a "fair share" of taxes. A divided and deeply partisan Congress unite on one thing -- ensuring the rich pay close to nothing for taxes. whowhatwhy.org/?p=60709..
The Associated Press projects that when all the votes are counted, @JoeBiden will be the winner of the #2020election. https://t.co/Svdq0WI4He
The FBI wants to know if employees at Louis DeJoy’s old company were forced to donate to Republicans… donations that helped him become postmaster general. #politicalcartoon whowhatwhy.org/2021/06/05/is-…..
Hassina Syed, a top businesswoman and entrepreneur in Afghanistan, has escaped the country. While she is certain the Taliban would’ve come for her, she is holding out hope for the future of women in her country. Gunilla von Hall reports for Global Geneva. whowhatwhy.org/politics/inter….. https://t.co/MslREhAjem
Three huge companies control the election equipment market because they have created the laws in the field. This visual shows where they operate. #NationalVoterRegistrationDay https://t.co/soHrxgDA9B
Trump’s forces planned to have their supporters block bridges and tunnels into major cities if he lost — in 2016. This revelation comes from Trump adviser Roger Stone, and sounds a lot like what #Trump supporters are doing now. @realrussbaker explains:
#DC: Christopher Krebs, who was recently fired by Trump as the head of the federal government's election cybersecurity agency, hinted he may take legal action against one of Trump’s lawyers who said that Krebs should be shot. #Election2020results
During Tuesday night's first #PresidentialDebate, WWW's team of election experts will be reacting live via our Twitter. Our goal is to check facts, provide analysis, and ensure the truth is represented. https://t.co/qPi168svul