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Joined on 15 September, 2009
In one post, from January 2019, Greene liked a comment that said "a bullet to the head would be quicker" to remove House Speaker Nancy Pelosi." Green repeatedly liked comments about executing "deep state" FBI agents.
We've just seen how serious and deadly these threats of violence against our government are. Greene is dangerous and unfit for office, and so is any Georgia Republican who won't condemn their colleague's actions. #gapol
This #HolocaustRemembranceDay, we honor the memory of the millions dehumanized and killed by Nazis.
As the forces of antisemitism and hate rise in America, we must heed the warnings of the past to recognize and denounce bigotry and anti-democratic policies in all forms.
Georgia's Department of Public Health "doesn't have enough employees to execute a widescale vaccination program," and Brian Kemp refuses to increase their funding.
Georgians aren't getting vaccinated because of Brian Kemp's failure to lead. #gapol
John Lewis understood that if you are engaged in a project that is to be completed in your lifetime, it is too short. To carry on the legacy of my former Congressman and parishioner, I will continue to pursue legislation to expand & protect voting rights.
Case numbers and deaths shattering records, overwhelmed hospitals, underfunded public health systems, and a dysfunctional state vaccine rollout with no clear plan to coordinate distribution. @BrianKempGA has failed Georgians again and again. #gapol
A legendary athlete, a pioneer of integration, and a Georgian whose dignity and purpose in the face of racial terror served as an inspiration for a generation of Black southerners, Hank Aaron will be sorely missed. We must commit to honoring and continuing his legacy.
Today, as I was sworn in, I held in my jacket pocket copies of the ships’ manifests recorded at Ellis Island when my Great Grandfather Israel arrived in 1911 and my Great Grandmother Annie arrived in 1913.
A century later, their great grandson was elected to the U.S. Senate.
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