“Turns out we’re killing our voters, and our election models for 2022 show that even with all our new voter suppression laws, we can’t win important races if too many of our voters are dead. Our bad. We really wanted to avoid siding with science, but we kinda have to here.” https://t.co/UhfhyYTJ8O
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) July 23, 2021
69% of voters think the rich & corporations should pay their fair share in taxes.
It’s time to give the people what they want. Budget reconciliation MUST unrig our tax code so we can #RewardWorkNotWealth & raise AT LEAST $ 4 trillion for investments working families. #TaxTheRich pic.twitter.com/RBCB5L763G
— Our Revolution (@OurRevolution) July 21, 2021
“One of [the former guy’s] great achievements was to turn the Republican Party into the party of the working class,” claims Peter Navarro of his former boss.
Rubbish. Last November, voters with incomes under $ 50,000 favored Biden over Trump by 55% to 44% according to exit polls.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) July 19, 2021
The best way to honor his legacy is to carry on the fight – by passing the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, the #ForThePeopleAct, and by helping eligible voters no matter where they live get registered and vote, and have their vote counted. The fight is not over.
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) July 17, 2021
Why are Republicans trying to convince their own voters not to be vaccinated? Because their best hope for winning in 2022, in addition to voter suppression, is to keep stoking the culture wars — even at the cost of more illness and death.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) July 15, 2021