We looked inside some of the tweets by @BlackCatUnloads and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
I'm extremely disappointed to see the number of people on this hellsite advocating for a government shutdown to, what, somehow force McConnell to hold off on a confirmation? Federal employees are human beings, with mortgages, and families. 1/
Thank you for this thread. I see a whole bunch of people willing to shut down the government on the backs of workers in the middle of a deadly covid pandemic and recession - without admitting the pain and heartbreak that strategy would cause or assessing its efficacy. https://t.co/nlRBD0FSzw
Trump lied to the American people. He downplayed the severity of the #coronavirus pandemic. Now, over 200,000 of our neighbors, family members, loved ones and friends have died. We have to vote him out.
As they block help that we advanced to meet the needs of the American people and crush the #coronavirus, the President and his enablers act as if we live in an alternate universe where they did their job and we can operate openly. Meanwhile, we will soon exceed 200,000 deaths. https://t.co/MhI0IzhqZ9
As I just told @KSRO, Trump can’t pit blue states against red states; we are the UNITED States. Imagine if a governor said “blue counties in my state are OK not red ones so we are OK” — that would be ridiculous and unacceptable. The truth is, ALL of us are in this together.
Praising his own virus response as deaths near 200,000, Trump says, "if you take the blue states out, we're at a level I don't think anybody in the world would be at." https://t.co/ezAU5IJIcQ
Trump bothers me in so many ways. But I really cant stand this -- dividing our country into "blue states" and "red states" when discussing a virus killing ALL Americans. It's just so un-American. (BTW, 4.9 million Californians voted for Trump in 2016) https://t.co/aYjxQgbXK4
Well said, @ricky_martin. In this election – the most important in modern American history, to be sure – we all have to make a plan to #vote. https://t.co/1JZe3sxeSd https://t.co/jRthDbFVy4 https://t.co/suucOjaHRX
Calls for CNBC host’s resignation after he used a misogynistic slur live on-air to Nancy Pelosi https://t.co/ZgYg2yWwKS
What we need are consequences to on-air "talent" that normalizes the behavior of that misogynist jerk in the White House. https://t.co/DuOq4Yrn1m
Jim Cramer: “What deal can we have, Crazy Nancy? I’m sorry, that was the president. I have such reverence for the office. I would never use that term ...” Pelosi: “But you just did. But you just did.” https://t.co/4k2Cw5WL0d
This was absolutely intentional on the part of Jim Cramer. He knew exactly what he was doing. Jim Cramer has always been the guy who never quite fit in among other men because they find him dorky and/or insufferable, and his approach to get their approval is shit like this. https://t.co/fBHZ7gvkwS
Jim Cramer called Speaker Nancy Pelosi “Crazy Nancy” on his show. Raise your hand if you agree @CNBC should fire Cramer immediately. ✋🏼
I have long argued that CNBC is as corrosive to our society as Fox, and here is Jim Cramer calling the Speaker of the House “Crazy Nancy” to her face. Cramer should be suspended and CNBC owes her an apology. https://t.co/0GVdSqNcLe