Passionate about Education, Social Justice, Equity for ALL, and University of Louisville. Retired middle school principal in KY.
Joined on 14 October, 2010
Voice of America reassigns White House reporter after she sought to question Mike Pompeo
One of the best humans I know had some thoughts on watching U.S. Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman face down that mob of Trump-loving insurrectionists that was steps away from the floor of the Senate. Sharing here, with his permission.
“Unity and healing” doesn’t happen with cancel culture and impeachment.
This sounds familiar...like your response of “thoughts and prayers” following mass shootings. Empty words coming from a man who’s lied and incited folks with tales of a stolen election. The first step towards healing is accountability and consequences for all who caused the harm.
This...if you make decisions that cause harm i.e., incite or participate in an insurrection at our nation’s Capitol which causes death and destruction, don’t claim cancel culture when natural consequences for your horrible decision follow.
@Pink I’m the daughter of a badass USMC fighter pilot. He was killed when I was 8. Mom taught my sisters and I to speak up and out in the face of injustice. Proud of you for using your platform. Thank you for not backing down to bullies! Important example for females everywhere!
Replying to @Pink: Thank you Cathy. And thank you and your entire family for your sacrifice. I’m so sorry for your loss and appreciate your kindness…
This was not two days in the making. Not two weeks. Not two months. The violence we saw - urged by Donald Trump - has been 5 years coming. Since he announced his candidacy. No one woke up this morning and suddenly realized he was a dangerous leader. They knew.
Violence is always shocking to me...but I’m not surprised by what happened yesterday, and I agree with @KatyTurNBC. Trump has always been a dangerous leader and his enablers knew. It. Trump and his @GOP enablers must be held accountable.
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