We looked inside some of the tweets by @elongreen and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Yikes -- just finished a statewide survey in a swing state. The quarter of the voters who plan to vote by mail or absentee break 15% Trump/75% Biden on the Pres. ballot. Republicans are skeptical about voting by mail, and that's a problem up and down ballot.
“he’s so good at this” https://t.co/DmpqZ9kVMv
Working with Ryan for 8 years has been the greatest creative partnership I’ve ever had. Proud and grateful of the things we did - a podcast, producing live shows, putting as much brony cum content on a news site as possible. https://t.co/eYLgxiCNtU
are buzzfeed people just . . . mad about this level of consequence for him because of the plagiarism? i feel like i'm in a simulation https://t.co/XLvhQyAJs0
so help me, I adore this moron https://t.co/hXId9mTiIq
Another blow to the "science" of bloodstain pattern analysis. And another blow to the reputation of celebrity expert witness Henry Lee. Ricky Birch and Shawn Henning each spent more than 30 years in prison for a crime they did not commit. https://t.co/LvthCTu81W
Starting to think that the need to be a celebrity forensic scientist/pathologist is inversely correlated with one's actual ability to do the job, and not make dangerous mistakes leading to outcomes like this. https://t.co/uJkYkS5qKS
The Lincoln Project becomes part of cancel culture -- idea isn't to get rid of Trump but punish anyone who agrees with Trump (and disagrees with Weaver!) on the issues--Hawley, Cotton, etc.? https://t.co/Em2mjOgYRz
If you think the whole cancel discourse is dumb, may I recommend just sitting back and letting guys like this just gnaw on it until it loses all meaning and just drifts off into the sunset https://t.co/jaxw1aCt99
A letter published in Harper's Magazine speaking up against an "intolerant climate" in debate has faced serious backlash. Thomas Chatterton Williams, one of over 150 who signed the letter, says it was meant to defend everyone's "right to argue." https://t.co/08gzdZi3KP
One of the wonderful things about the humor column that the business editors (unaccounably) let me write for the mutual funds quarterly is seeing the amazing illustrations that Glynis Sweeny comes up with to illustrate the wackiness. https://t.co/UugVXH1r9U
NEWS w/ @AshleyRParker: The Lincoln Project raised $16.8 million this quarter and will soon expand to include ground operations. They plan to next target GOP Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Joni Ernst (Iowa), Thom Tillis (N.C.), and Lindsey Graham (S.C.). https://t.co/ZDXveFQU8i
my feeling about the LP is they're welcome to spend their money targeting republicans, but i don't have to give a shit and after november i don't want to hear from them ever again https://t.co/Z3uyZVlvf0