Hey @GOPChairwoman,— Dr. Dena Grayson (@DrDenaGrayson) March 19, 2019
We are still awaiting comment on the fact that TWO of the @GOP’s TOP fundraisers, who served as vice chairs of the #RNC finance committee, are CONVICTED FELONS.
Elliott Broidy was convicted of BRIBING a state pension official *before* joining the RNC‼️ https://t.co/mWH8iBz9Mi
Across the U.S., artistic directors, most of them white men, are leaving their jobs via retirements, ousters, and an industrywide round of musical chairs. As their successors are appointed, a shift is underway: 41% have been women and 26% people of color. https://t.co/rGmlrZocX7— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 19, 2019
My business idea is the Alamo but with no screens, just reading lamps so people could sit in big comfy chairs and order food and drinks and read.— Maris Kreizman (@mariskreizman) March 19, 2019
Investors, u there?
My latest @OccupyDemocrats— Grant Stern (@grantstern) March 19, 2019
How many RNC finance chairs will get raided and spark a federal probe?
Elliot Broidy makes two, along with his attorney Michael Cohen.
How many RNC finance chairs have they got?#mondaythoughts https://t.co/0fztgXfycy
.@jonathanchait: Rep. Devin Nunes, who is bringing a $250 million suit against Twitter because he has been the subject of mean tweets, is not an obscure kook. He is a famous and highly influential kook who chairs the House Intelligence Committee. https://t.co/00CzGLMfrT— Max Boot (@MaxBoot) March 19, 2019
Pretty sure the only *logical* way to conclude the League One relegation dogfight is with a WWE-style Royal Rumble showdown.— The Football League Paper (@TheLeaguePaper) March 19, 2019
One pitch, 143+ players, maybe a couple of steel chairs hidden behind the goals = sorted. pic.twitter.com/KSm7IpvhRn
Rep. David Byrd walks in to the education subcommittee meeting he chairs as women read transcripts of Byrd’s apology to Christi Rice, a woman who says Byrd sexually assaulted when she was a teen, along with other statements Byrd made. #tnleg pic.twitter.com/5pE7W6liK3— Natalie Allison (@natalie_allison) March 19, 2019
These high chairs are custom built for dogs suffering from a rare disease 🙌 pic.twitter.com/8Fk7l4At6N— INSIDER (@thisisinsider) March 20, 2019