It really goes to show you who Republicans are that almost all Congressional Republicans (once again) do not denounce white supremacist extremism in society as a whole let alone denounce the depraved extremism of their party’s own members. Omission is complicity in the violence and especially in the rhetoric that leads to it.

Congressional Republicans were largely silent after POLITICO revealed Donald Trump dined with white supremacist Nicholas Fuentes:

It proves our long held point that Trump isn't the whole problem. Republicans as a whole are.

@TonyStark The majority of Republicans don’t even accept that Joe Biden won 2 years ago.

Yep! It's the Black Friday sale that's on for ONE MORE DAY! If you're a registered Georgia voter living overseas, ACT NOW to make your voice heard. Today is the last day to request your ballot as an overseas voter. Request your ballot here:

Our friend Jill has a message for you: If you live abroad, there is still time to request your ballot for the Georgia Senate race. But you must do it TODAY. Go here now:

Raphael Warnock’s Senate runoff race (Dec 6) is once again a critical one for the entire country and Georgians. Help him and them win again by supporting these Georgia-based organizations.

These are organizations doing critical election work right now across the state specifically to get out the vote for the runoff with a special emphasis on organizations that focus on and are led by women and people of color. Even a small donation will make a difference. These are the people on the ground who know how to get out the vote.

* 1000 Women Strong
* ACLU of Georgia
* Albany Voter's Coalition
* America Votes Georgia Runoff Fund
* Asian American Advocacy Fund
* Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta
* Black Voters Matter Fund 1/3

* Common Cause Georgia
* Democratic Party of Georgia
* Democratic Party County Committees
* Environmental Voter Project
* Fair Fight Action
* Georgia Alliance for Progress
* Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda
* Georgia Conservation Voters Action Fund
* Georgia Equality
* Georgia Muslim Voter Project


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* Georgia WIN List
* Georgia Working Families Party
* Georgia Youth Justice Coalition
* Indivisible Georgia Coalition
* Migrant Equity Southeast
* New Georgia Project
* Power the Vote
* Rep GA
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* We Vote. We Win.
* Women Engaged
* Young Democrats of Georgia

Many of these organizations also have volunteer opportunities available especially on the ground if that’s possible. Help and donate if you can or help spread the word about how to volunteer or vote on December 6th for Warnock. 3/3

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@TonyStark Great info, Tony! The turnout for Georgia is looking great with lots of time left to help out before December 6th! and help save democracy.

@TonyStark Got the call from Gwinnett County Board of Elections. I’ll be working the local poll on 12/6. Looking forward to it!

@MSUHiker Yes. In Pennsylvania, we've been able to get some hard won reforms and we are going to get more. Michigan is a great success story!

@toddo "The media" is probably too facile an answer, but a lot of bad media coverage doesn't help.

I can only speculate that a lot of people have a fundamental lack of understanding of what the president does vs. what Congress does. I think there's a combination of a lot of Americans being not that interested and too exhausted to pay attention so what they get are soundbites. When you get 50 Republicans + Manchin and Sinema holding up Build Back Better, that's Biden "not doing enough." His approval rating dropped around the withdrawal from Afghanistan, which Americans broadly supported. TFG set the deadline, not Biden, but Biden is blamed for sticking to it because 13 of the 2000+ servicemembers died during the withdrawal.

I'm not suggesting Biden is a perfect president. There hasn't been one. But he's a very good one and the media does him a huge disservice of repeating these Republican narratives.

I have no concerns about Harris if Biden's health becomes a problem.

@Sunspot @AmerLiberal I live on the I-4 corridor in Polk County. While it's very red here now, I suspect that will begin to change in the coming years.

I suspect that the demographics of red transplants will show that they only have a few election cycles left in them. Many of my MAGAt neighbors are now elderly & returning to points north to live with their children because they can no longer live by themselves.

I on the other hand, am here until Polk Co. carries me off in a giant ziplock bag.

@TonyStark I saw that headline and skipped that column entirely. "DeSantis" and "normal" don't belong in the same sentence unless you're talking about a normal curve in statistics and how far from center different Republican politicians fall from the mainstream American voter or something similar.


@TonyStark The only difference I see between the GOP of old (post Reagan) and now? They’re saying the quiet part out loud. They’re now dealing in the politics of every single “ism” out there. They’re desperately trying to create the “other” for vilification. They no longer govern, they only incite violence & pump up the rhetoric to whip their “base” into a frothing frenzy. So many don’t see it this way and that’s a real danger.

@TonyStark Rode my bike past a Dekalb polling site this afternoon. Long line with lots of young voters getting their voice heard before returning to college. Very encouraging.

@TonyStark Republicans and their corporate allies have done a remarkable sales job in convincing the majority of this country that the media has liberal bias. I mean, I live in so-called BLUE California but there is not one liberal terrestrial radio talk show. I had to get a satellite subscription to listen to liberal talk shows.
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Here’s another in my ongoing series on the fact that Latino voters are not leaving the Democrats in droves despite what lots of frantic reporters tried to claim going into the midterms.

Vox is hailing Democratic strategist Simon Rosenberg as "one of a few voices in Washington who, despite President Joe Biden’s sagging approval ratings and polls that showed Democrats playing defense on inflation, remained optimistic about the party’s prospects and who was ultimately vindicated by a strong performance."

I recall the users of, who live all over the USA, in blue, purple, and a few red places, saying the same. And Democratic volunteers everywhere. I had a few nights when I was concerned that my perspective was skewed because I live in a highly Democratic neighborhood where there weren't even any signs for Republican candidates, but I believed that if Kansas voted strongly pro-choice in August, so would the rest of the country three months later.

Rosenberg calls this a "media failure" and says the media relying on Republican narratives and polling could have cost Democrats the House. That's not a liberal nor an impartial media.

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