We looked inside some of the tweets by @abbydphillip and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
At anti-D.C. statehood press conference, Senator Steve Daines (R-Mt.) urges lawmakers to "go out to where the real people are at across the country and ask them where they think."
Imagine the reaction among Republicans if someone said that residents of cities in Montana or North Dakota or Iowa weren't "real people." As Fenit notes here, DC is almost half Black, and yes, some people work in gov but more in the private sector. They are also Americans. https://t.co/Feo6bddU3w
At the request of many great Americans who live in the Suburbs, and others, I am studying the AFFH housing regulation that is having a devastating impact on these once thriving Suburban areas. Corrupt Joe Biden wants to make them MUCH WORSE. Not fair to homeowners, I may END!
Trump appealing to suburban voters by... telling them he will potentially end fair housing rules meant to combat segregation and housing discrimination? https://t.co/ZcPwedB6tP
.@CNN projects Amy McGrath is the winner of the Kentucky Senate Democratic primary
1. I've seen the Slacks in which black staffers were chided for taking bathroom breaks 2. it's a shame Soraya had to leave in order to get the space to do her Pulitzer-finalist work 3. Karen obviously should have been included in the Pulitzer submission https://t.co/f0Pw8O8hQS
The president RTs a video in which a guy driving with Trump 2020 signs shouts “white power” https://t.co/CbyY5vi7kN
The GA ad buy from Trump campaign is a real one, statewide in June, at 457K so far for a week of time per @MediumBuying. Up in Albany, Atlanta, Augusta-Aiken, Macon, Savannah markets.
Alert sent to mobile phones in Harris County (Houston) “Harris County’s COVID-19 threat is elevated to LEVEL 1 SEVERE...The virus is spreading rapidly across Harris County. Local hospitals are approaching capacity.” https://t.co/umVgfH1FJs