We looked inside some of the tweets by @senatemajldr and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
248. in category Politics
358. in category Society
We can’t get our country back to normal unless we have kids in school. That’s what a future COVID relief would focus on, along with jobs, healthcare, and liability protections. https://t.co/IuFy09vDuE
The CARES Act is continuing to provide much-needed support to healthcare heroes in Kentucky and across America. I’m proud of the Senate’s work to make sure these critical resources are available to help our nation recover. https://t.co/NIxqpq0xJK
Happy Fourth of July! Let’s celebrate the high virtues of our nation. Let’s honor the leaders who made our country great and the sacrifices of those who defend her. And let’s never forget how incredibly proud we are to be Americans. https://t.co/xz98TbjGbV
The Speaker has chosen to spend the House’s time this week on a cousin of the Green New Deal masquerading as a highway bill. It will go nowhere in the Senate. Here, we’ll keep at the serious work of the nation. https://t.co/kIokDxtLwD
TUNE IN: I will be joining @DanaPerino ~2:40pm ET to discuss Senate Republicans' accomplishments and our work on coronavirus relief.
Seattle police converge on the city's “occupied” protest zone after Mayor Jenny Durkan issued an executive order for protesters to vacate the area. People have occupied several blocks around a park for about two weeks. https://t.co/l1Wzr75OJk
Finally. Twenty-some days and several deaths too late. The rule of law must not fade in and out with the fashions of the radical left. https://t.co/P9iF0GGoBG
Senate Republicans led the CARES Act, the biggest rescue package in American history that helped our nation weather this storm. Any further legislation will need to focus intently on kids, jobs, and healthcare, and include legal protections to help schools and businesses reopen. https://t.co/WjooKMhtc5
More disastrous steps by Beijing to tighten their grip on Hong Kong. Congress and the Administration have taken strong steps to stand with Hong Kong. We need to keep it up and friends of democracy around the world should join us. https://t.co/16PrlmSM9Q
Democrats say they disagree with parts of @SenatorTimScott’s bill. Fine. The Senate has a way to settle policy differences. It’s called legislating. The only reason to duck the whole process is if Democrats would rather preserve a campaign issue than find a bipartisan solution.
Democrats just blocked the Senate from even considering police reform. They threatened to do this unless I let them short-circuit the amendment process and rewrite @SenatorTimScott’s bill behind closed doors. This issue deserved better than more do-nothing Democratic theatrics.
Ahead of today's vote, I offered to include an amendment for every concern that was presented. They didn’t stick around for that meeting. This vote is an opportunity to say yes to those folks who are waiting for leadership to stand and be counted. #JUSTICEAct https://t.co/N56EwrSx0V
“Equal protection of the laws” means that mayors and governors cannot selectively stand down because they fear the political price for confronting a particular mob. Maintaining the peace is these leaders’ duty. It is not an option that depends on the lawbreakers’ politics. https://t.co/o37g7EcXkf