Jennifer 'Prosecute Incitement and Sedition' Rubin

NeverTrump, pro-democracy opinion writer at @WashingtonPost, MSNBC contributor. “If right doesn’t matter, we are lost.”

Washington DC
Joined on November 23, 2010

We looked inside some of the tweets by @JRubinBlogger and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

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101. in country United States and category Writer

425. in category Writer

Quoted @maddow

“I should have recognized how what I said and what I did could be interpreted by many of you,” he said. “I deeply regret my blindness to that perception, and for that I am sorry.”

Excellent - now the rest should follow

the arrogance of the White, male editor who thinks this is just mischief shows how little he apparently learned. The people who pay the price are the victims of the terrorists violence

He’s supposed to be a smart asshole,” said the former top Trump aide. “That’s where there’s a bit of consternation for me. He’s totally misguided by his own bullshit. He buys into his bullshit ...He’s supposed to at least be a smart, savvy asshole.”

@rickwtyler⁩ “He will abandon principle, he will abandon conservative values for expediency and you’re seeing it again, only more dangerous.”

"There will be a time for fresh faces. Now is not that time." And these are not radical people. This is exactly how Biden ran - center-left. via @usatoday

sloppy attack by Rep. Brady who complains nothing for business. Did he read it? The plan provides $15 billion in grants for small businesses. The proposal would also attempt to leverage $35 billion in funds into $175 billion for loans for small businesses.

THIS: The members of Congress who violated their oaths of office to “support and defend the Constitution” need to suffer the consequences as well. Congress should empower an independent counsel to conduct a broad investigation of the conduct of its members

Biden's plain put together by people who understand govt. Trump admin. never able to generate anything close to this level of detail on anything. Will go thru changes but given the dreadful econ. a lot will pass. Mostly, a normal, sane, empathetic presidential voice. FINALLY

"Cancel culture" is personal responsibility in nihilism-speak.

Quoted @DavidCornDC

Insurrections have consequences.

Thank goodness. Shows private sector has some standards and decency.

As U.S. Capitol attack unfolded, some Hill staffers remembered their school-shooting drills ... this is so sad, both that they knew what to do because they get school training, and that they went through this trauma

We now see how noxious is the right's complaint against "cancel culture." It amounts to: I tried to overthrow an election and you can't hold be accountable. Wrong.

Wow, Murkowski on impeachment: "Trump’s words incited violence, which led to the injury and deaths of Americans ... unlawful actions cannot go without consequence and the House has responded swiftly, and I believe, appropriately, with impeachment." Doesn't say how she'll vote

Good piece by @maxwelltani on Politico erupting over @benshapiro guest-hosting Playbook. You know, if you want to hear Shapiro's opinions, there's a place to go for that.

An entire industry of right-wing media personalities has profited from messages to MAGA audiences that they are looked down upon, are under siege for their religious views and are going to be swamped by immigrants.

the Sedition Caucus wants to move on because to do otherwise would reveal them as enablers of sedition and con artists manipulating an unhinged mob. Also must address questions to right-wing pundits, TV anchors, radio talk-show hosts, etc on own roles

Members of the Sedition Caucus will try to change the subject. They will engage in whataboutism, finding some perceived offense — in no way comparable to violent sedition — to implicate Democrats.

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