@RoKhanna: No more misleading the public on climate change, and no more using taxpayer-funded subsidies to do it.We need to end oil and gas subsidies, and their executives need to answer Congress’ questions.

Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@RoKhanna: We give the oil & gas industry tens of billions each year in taxpayer-funded subsidies, and in turn they mislead on climate action?Enough is enough. These executives will come before Congress and answer our questions.

Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@allinwithchris: “Now there’s going to be a magnifying glass because you’re going to have to answer under oath whether you’re actually engaged in that kind of lobbying,” says Rep. Ro Khanna on the oil companies testifying before Congress.

Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@FundForHumanity: Here is my late son, Gerald Huff, making the case for why the Fourth Industrial Revolution is different from the previous ones and why jobs are not the answer.

Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) / Twitter

@RBReich: A short history of corporate tax rates:Reagan: 34%Clinton: 35%Bush: 35%Obama: 35%Trump: 21%Biden’s plan: 28%House Dems’ plan: 26.5%Why not go back to 35% under Obama? Answer: Corporate lobbyists and campaign contributions.

Robert Reich (@RBReich) / Twitter

@RoKhanna: We give the oil & gas companies $20 billion in subsidies and let them skip out on corporate taxes, & in return, they mislead about fighting the climate crisis.Enough. Let’s end oil & gas subsidies, raise the corporate tax rate, and make sure they answer Congress’ questions.

Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) / Twitter

@fairvote: There’s a constant debate on #ElectionsTwitter about whether gerrymandering or voters self-sorting is the bigger problemIt doesn’t matter. Proportional Congressional districts are the answer either way:

Basic Income Canada Youth Network (@scottsantens) / Twitter

@RBReich: A short history of corporate tax rates:Reagan: 34%Clinton: 35%Bush: 35%Obama: 35%Trump: 21%Many of biggest corporations: 0%Biden’s plan: 28%Manchin says he’d agree to: 25%Why not go back to 35% under Obama? Answer: Corporate lobbyists and campaign contributions.

Robert Reich (@RBReich) / Twitter

@scottsantens: “Basic income could finally lay the foundation for sustainable healing and justice in post-apartheid South Africa. To those who say such a grant is unaffordable, the obvious answer is that South Africa can no longer afford not to.”

Blair The Human (@scottsantens) / Twitter

@AndrewYang: I set out to answer 2 questions: why is it not working? And what can we do about it?

Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) / Twitter