We looked inside some of the tweets by @Moondeer and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Or am I just this damn lucky https://t.co/L7fS33l1J1
I mean … are we positive it doesn’t stop at 45? https://t.co/i4p3hMuNWr
Closer still … had time for an incorrect answer. https://t.co/rEEmTSvXhY
State Department’s acting inspector general resigns just 2-1/2 months after his predecessor was fired in circumstances now being investigated by Congress. https://t.co/Kt15ePqs6L
@thedailybeast Dems still need to develop a strategy that will blunt Trump's manipulation of the votes, his contesting the results & stealing the election.
Why are we still debating whether you need to wear a mask or not? https://t.co/v3oElbxz4L
If you're seeing information about voting or vote-by-mail on Facebook, there's a ***very*** good chance it's incorrect. Many of the examples in this piece are still out there, being shared and "liked" by people all over the country. https://t.co/DtlYelGUqd
And yet again … f$&k Facebook https://t.co/VcCpXBhXVJ
What do you guys see in this image? https://t.co/BimQScKcy8
Had a professional groomer out yesterday … he didn’t have any more success than I did. Now the remaining hair is just fluffier. https://t.co/wz6ZsO3Gkk
In one interview, Macgregor said Germans had a "sick mentality that says that generations after generations must atone sins" for the sins of Nazism when speaking on German disarmament. https://t.co/r6rqAIYmco
"The pandemic turned out not to be a great equalizer. It turned out to be a magnifier of the pre-existing divides of the country. And it turned out to be an accelerant of the mega trends." @AnandWrites on #TheReidOut https://t.co/d4lQZXOszw
Even before the pandemic, a great many Americans were living in communities that were sick. Even before Trump’s fascism, a great many Americans were living under hatred, division, and tyranny. This is a moment of revelation. And then, with hope, of transformation. https://t.co/agV50vJ0fI