We looked inside some of the tweets by @NAACP and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
107. in category NGO
Thank you @CoryBooker for citing our concern about Barrett’s misrepresentation of N-word case. Bad enough she didn’t think N-word directed at Black employee constituted racially hostile environment. Then she misrepresented ruling, calling into question her candor & truthfulness.
With a pandemic, civil rights protests and raging wildfires piled atop the election's boiling-hot rhetoric, well, who knows what might happen? https://t.co/SnM1BgfQbj
"The symbolism of who you're supporting is a very large component of our election tradition. But there is almost nothing traditional about this election," says Owens. "People are already being targeted based on the candidates they are supporting." - Stephanie Owens, NAACP https://t.co/Uo9pAdH9zZ
The Value of a Black Woman’s Vote Roundtable is happening now! Tune in! https://t.co/2aL6h2d8qM
We are just about an hour away from our in-depth roundtable with a dynamic panel of women discussing the power of a Black woman’s vote! You don't want to miss this! Join us at 7pm! https://t.co/mwojUNoUru
BREAKING: Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she'll vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett. She was a rare Republican opponent of confirming a Supreme Court justice before the election but says, "I do not hold it against her." The final vote is expected Monday. https://t.co/XD2frtWZph
This is extremely disappointing, especially from a Senator who professes to support voting rights. We believe Amy Coney Barrett is a threat to our right to fully participate in the political process. She should not be confirmed. https://t.co/6zA0EHAbFF