We looked inside some of the tweets by @PoliticusSarah and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
John Dean thinks Democrats should expand the Supreme Court if they get power in the Senate. https://t.co/g1dcYmNfkW
Voters say they are willing to wait in line all day long to cast their ballots as massive lines form in Virginia for early voting. https://t.co/aUM2gQs0de
Here’s a guide for the garbage punditry you’ll hear over the next few weeks about the Supreme Court fight: If a confident assertion about how voters will react isn’t backed up by any data or reporting whatsoever, don’t just ignore it - challenge it.
And remember, early voters have ALREADY VOTED. Their voices deserve to be heard. https://t.co/8cFDIDZGFB
Somehow, the story of that ICE hysterectomy doc got even worse. https://t.co/6d0Zpn4Ll8
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg inspired us all. https://t.co/vQQiB1oQ2J
To all the conservatives on Twitter expressing glee over the passing of #RuthBaderGinsburg, and celebrating her death: You absolutely disgust me. You’re pathetic. You’re deplorable. You have no heart and no soul. You are truly sick individuals. Do me a big favor and unfollow me.
Obama: A basic principle of the law – and of everyday fairness – is that we apply rules with consistency, and not based on what’s convenient or advantageous in the moment. The rule of law, legitimacy of our courts, fundamental workings of our democracy all depend on that... https://t.co/TrYKnMEr7I
“As votes are already being cast in this election, Republican Senators are now called to apply that standard.” Fairness, while not actual an issue w/i law, of application is very much an issue. Republicans have destroyed this essential principle of our democracy. https://t.co/sFj57HXU22
Sen. Hirono’s comments are an example of what has changed in the Democratic Party during the Trump years. Democrats understand that it isn’t enough to gain power. They have to be willing to use it to represent the will of the people https://t.co/3IHABuaj70
Trump’s chances could sink even further if he tries to ram through an anti-choice Supreme Court nominee before the November election. Trump’s Attempt To Ram Through A Supreme Court Pick Could Sink Him In Key Battleground States https://t.co/pfPNJH38op via @politicususa
“Not only could fast-tracking a Supreme Court confirmation before the election backfire on Donald Trump, but it could bring down the Republican Senate majority as well.” https://t.co/sxJLA1LkcL
Get ready to push... FDR on Democracy | Book by Harvey J. Kaye | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster https://t.co/odYwtQVGa2