Public Citizen

Public Citizen

@Public_Citizen

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Following7.1K

Public Citizen has been standing up to corporate power and holding government accountable for 49 years. We're people-powered and accept no corporate money.

Washington, DC
Joined on April 08, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @Public_Citizen and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
9 minutes
Average replies
43
Average retweets
1008
Average likes
4181
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

54. in country United States and category NGO

168. in category NGO

311. in country United States and category Society

What if, instead of tying health care to employment, we tied it to human beings?

Companies need to stop calling their essential workers heroes and give them hazard pay and sick leave.

Rohit Chopra is an excellent pick for director of the CFPB. Consumers can rest a bit easier knowing that the CFPB will not just be on their side, but aggressively stopping ripoffs and enforcing the rules against financial cheats and scamsters. https://t.co/47MbQLmwTJ

Fantastic news. Rohit Chopra has proven himself a dedicated consumer champion and passionate defender of Main Street Americans against corporate wrongdoing. He will be an extraordinary director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. https://t.co/pCt4p1dSRm

Quoted @kylegriffin1

Joe Biden will nominate Rohit Chopra to be the next director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, choosing a strong consumer advocate aligned with Elizabeth Warren. https://t.co/QDvrEclsV2

The Trump administration made an absolute mockery of the CFPB. Rohit Chopra is a fantastic pick who will return the agency to its days of actually fighting for consumers. https://t.co/n5e0KyYIjl

Wealth of 400 richest Americans: 2010: $1.37T 11: $1.5T 12: $1.7T 13: $2T 14: $2.3T 15: $2.3T 16: $2.4T 17: $2.7T 18: $2.9T 19: $3T 20: $3.2T Minimum Wage: 2010: $7.25 11: $7.25 12: $7.25 13: $7.25 14: $7.25 15: $7.25 16: $7.25 17: $7.25 18: $7.25 19: $7.25 20: $7.25 21: $7.25

Health care should not be "accessible," it should be free.

Companies need to stop calling their essential workers heroes and give them hazard pay and sick leave.

Corporations and trade groups gave $170 million to Republicans who objected to the election results. Make no mistake: this insurrection was sponsored by Corporate America. https://t.co/MDVOekzbL9

Wealth of 400 richest Americans: 2010: $1.37T 11: $1.5T 12: $1.7T 13: $2T 14: $2.3T 15: $2.3T 16: $2.4T 17: $2.7T 18: $2.9T 19: $3T 20: $3.2T Minimum Wage: 2010: $7.25 11: $7.25 12: $7.25 13: $7.25 14: $7.25 15: $7.25 16: $7.25 17: $7.25 18: $7.25 19: $7.25 20: $7.25 21: $7.25

The problem is not fast food workers making a living wage. The problem is that your boss underpays you.

Earning enough to live is good, actually.

What if, instead of tying health care to employment, we tied it to human beings?

Quoted @Public_Citizen

The entire health care industry is a scam. What's especially terrible is that literally everyone knows this.

Medicare for All https://t.co/48kzbO5QsU

The entire health care industry is a scam. What's especially terrible is that literally everyone knows this.

Conservatives: "cancel culture is ruining America" Also conservatives: [vote to cancel the literal election results]

Quoted @NBCNews

JUST IN: HHS Sec. Azar resigns, effective Jan. 20, citing the violent Capitol riot inflamed by President Trump. https://t.co/NyKNhiVdG2

“Effective Jan. 20” These people are such incredible cowards. https://t.co/LZ91rusAYa

Quoted @blakehounshell

NEWS: Trump is weighing a pardon for Steve Bannon https://t.co/QZVN9rU8RC

Steve Bannon literally called for Fauci’s beheading. There is no bottom. https://t.co/BgEZsRdoAh

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