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Tuesday Twitter roundup

All eyes are on Raleigh this morning:

Unfortunately, I can't use the word "unprecedented" to describe this, because the idea of giving lawmakers information ahead of time so they can digest it went out the window a long time ago. But considering they've had several weeks to craft language dealing with disaster relief, this does not bode well.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

And the parade of bad Trump picks marches on:

Not only is Carson not qualified for the position, but both he and Mnuchin (FED Secretary) are proponents of privatizing Fannie and Freddie. Which will probably bring about another sub-prime meltdown and bump a lot of lower middle class families out of the home-buying game. Make America rent again.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

Finally, some very good news:

It's not over yet, because there's still a frivolous Civitas lawsuit to be dealt with, but this order makes it pretty clear the state Board of Elections isn't going to play along with McCrory's multi-county gambit. And even if sniffling Pat keeps whining, it looks like the NC GOP is also over it:

Tuesday Twitter roundup

Francis DeLuca joins the ranks of petty tyrants trying to steal the election:

He's going after Same-Day Registration voters in an effort to delay the outcome of McCrory's stunning loss, implying many of these voters are "illegitimate" and should not be able to counter "legitimate" voters. And he's also using the same Civitas legal entity that challenged NC's very first wind farm. Let's hope they fail just as bad this time too.

Tuesday Twitter roundup

Looking for malfeasance? Look in the mirror:

An SBI which was removed from the Attorney General's control and placed directly under his opponent, Governor McCrory. The stench of corruption in his administration is overwhelming.

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