Sickened tonight, listening to the stories of the many people living in this state, who refuse to evacuate areas threatened by Hurricane Florence; not because they don't believe there is a danger or because they aren't terrified—
—but because they fear entering a public shelter makes them vulnerable to ICE.
This is where we are now: people would rather face the fury of a natural disaster than the cruelty of our Government, and I don't blame them.
Apr 29, 2018 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
If you're offended by #MichelleWolf's #WHCD remarks, but you're not offended at the genitalia-grabbing, serial liar and his cadre of predators in the White House who are making America a global punchline—it may be a case of terminal hypocrisy.
And as harsh as her comments might have been, let's not make a false equivalency here. This is the point.
Wolf saying rude things—isn't her "becoming the other side." It isn't the same as being the people in power who actually create legislation that damages people.