@BernieSanders: We must ask ourselves, what does it mean to age with dignity? If you’re unable to hear your partner’s voice, or unable to see the world around you, or made to live with severe dental pain — is that dignity? Let’s expand Medicare to cover hearing aids, dental care, and eyeglasses.

The Lincoln Project (@karrilevens) / Twitter

@karrilevens: I felt bad for about 3 days. Pfizer vaccine made me feel like crap. But once it passes you’ll be fine.

Robert Reich (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@RBReich: Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.–Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1953

Joe Walsh (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@IlhanMN: Funding body cameras.Funding more trainings. Funding updated use of force guidelines.All that funding and reform hasn’t stopped the police from killing people or made our communities safer. The problem is systemic and it requires systemic solutions.

Don Winslow (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@RBReich: Jeff Bezos made $3.9B in one day last week. That’s 122,000x more than the average Amazon warehouse worker makes in a year.

Jean Leggett (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@scottsantens: Watched Nomadland last night and it made me think about the difference between the words “lonely” and “solitary” and how not everyone who is homeless actually wants a house, but what everyone does need is income to afford whatever way of living they prefer, stationary or nomadic.

Kim Pate (@busybid) / Twitter

@RoKhanna: Amazon made nearly $15B in profits last year. Jeff Bezos is worth $192B. They can afford to protect their workers—instead, they’ve spent millions on unfair tactics to defeat them.This is exactly why we need to pass the #PROAct and ensure that every worker can join a union.

Mike Levin (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter

@scottsantens: It’s helpful to read anti-UBI opinions like this to understand why the new monthly child benefit is such a big deal and should be made permanent. The checks are visible. Parents will know they’re getting them unlike an invisible tax subsidy. That’s a great thing and builds trust.

Scott Santens (@asaguarocactus) / Twitter