We looked inside some of the tweets by @TomShafShafer and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Park Police did not record their radio transmissions during the Lafayette Square operation against protesters on June 1. A critical record is lost. "For the official audio record of that day to now turn up missing has every appearance of a coverup." https://t.co/CX1nzrMoEO
Relationship between case loads and mortality. Combined case numbers and fatality numbers for the current crisis states of Arizona, Texas and Florida. (Trend lines is seven day moving average.) https://t.co/hmXY35e97W
Trump’s campaign manager is a felon. His deputy campaign manager is a felon. His national security advisor is a felon. His foreign policy advisor is a felon. His personal lawyer is a felon. His long time advisor is a felon. It’s not a campaign, it’s a criminal enterprise. https://t.co/3U2VZNcaiL
The president is playing golf today. Our images captured at extreme distance but today he has a photographer in his group which is not typical. https://t.co/uUUR9Fc3KI
These Arizona teachers shared a classroom for summer school. All three contracted COVID-19. One died. https://t.co/iS4ITTaqUt
FACT-CHECK: The White House statement about Trump commuting Roger Stone's prison sentence was littered with a dozen lies and false claims about the Russia investigation, Mueller's team, and key details of Stone's criminal case. Here's my full breakdown. https://t.co/aGdgaMdJPy
COVID-19: the worst may be yet to come - The Lancet https://t.co/bwyvzJqdR4
Profoundly important 7-2 victory in Vance v. Trump: No absolute immunity from state and local grand jury subpoenas for Trump’s financial records to investigate his crimes as a private citizen. Being president doesn’t confer the kind of categorical shield Trump claimed.
Both Kavanaugh and Gorsuch voted against Trump’s and Barr’s extreme position here. Only Alito and Thomas dissented! https://t.co/l4FVacrMxO
Here is the 7-2 opinion from Chief Justice Roberts in Trump v. Vance. Dissents from Thomas and Alito. https://t.co/VRXBMFeTAE
In Trump v. Vance, #SCOTUS hands President Trump a defeat in battle with NY district attorney, holding that a subpoena to a sitting president does not have to meet a heightened standard