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Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump

 

Twitter should let the banned Conservative Voices back onto their platform, without restriction. It’s called Freedom of Speech, remember. You are making a Giant Mistake!

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Ted LieuVerified account @tedlieu 3h3 hours ago

 

Dear @realDonaldTrump:

Under our great Constitution, government (that means you) cannot force companies

like @Twitter, @nytimes, @BreitbartNews, @CARandDRIVER or @ChickfilA to carry political speech that they don't want.

 

It's called Freedom of Speech.

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#ImpeachTrump Day of Action Events Happening to 'Finally Open an Impeachment Inquiry' on Trump,

 

........"By now, it is clear that Congress won't act unless we demand it," By the People spokeswoman Alexandra Flores-Quilty stated. "We need to take to the streets in every neighborhood in America to defend democracy."

https://www.newsweek.com/impeach-trump-day-action-rashida-tlaib?utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter

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Politicians’ abusive/threatening tweets could get slapped with warning labels-

"Presidents and other world leaders and political figures who use Twitter to threaten or abuse others could find their tweets slapped with warning labels.

The new policy, announced by the company on Thursday, comes amid complaints from activists and others that President Donald Trump has gotten a free pass from Twitter to attack his enemies in ways they say could lead to violence.

From now on, tweets that Twitter deems to involve matters of public interest, but which violate the service’s rules, will be obscured by a warning explaining the violation and Twitter’s reasons for publishing it anyway.

Users will have to tap through the warning to see the underlying message....

The company has long exempted public figures from many of those rules, contending that publishing controversial tweets from politicians encourages discussion and helps hold leaders accountable .

But there have been longstanding calls to remove Trump from the service

for what activists and others have said is abusive and threatening behavior.....

https://apnews.com/46c853b157f94a6a8bae0689ac555010?utm_medium=AP&utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=Twitter

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Counterprotesters outnumber far-right extremists at DC rally

- 07/06/19 04:02 PM EDT
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"Far-right extremists held a rally against what they perceive to be anti-conservative bias on social media in Washington, D.C., but were outnumbered by counterprotesters nearly 2-to-1 according to USA Today

Proud Boys, which describes itself as a "chauvinistic men’s group" and has ties to white nationalism, reportedly put on the "Demand Free Speech" rally in Washington's Freedom Plaza and Pershing Park on Saturday....

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/451840-counter-protesters-outnumber-far-right-extremists-at-dc-rally?rnd=1562444111

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The Fight for the Future of YouTube-

The video giant’s recent travails underscore a basic question:

How “neutral” should social-media platforms try to be?

"........ because of the vast scale at which most social platforms operate, proposed solutions to the problem of online hate speech tend to be technical in nature.

In theory, a platform might fine-tune its algorithms to deëmphasize hate speech and conspiracy theories. But, in practice, this is harder than it sounds. Some overtly hateful users may employ language and symbols that clearly violate a site’s community guidelines—but so called borderline content, which dances at the edge of provocation, is harder to detect ....

 

The virality of YouTube videos has long been driven by imitation: in the site’s early days, clips such as “Crazy frog brothers” and “David After Dentist” led fans and parodists to reënact their every move. When it comes to political videos, imitation has cut both ways. ....

....One way to make counterspeech more effective is to dampen the speech that it aims to counter. ...

Shadow-banning is an age-old moderation tool: the owners of Internet discussion forums have long used it to keep spammers and harassers from bothering other users.

On big social-media platforms, however, this kind of moderation doesn’t necessarily focus on individuals; instead, it affects the way that different kinds of content surface algorithmically. .........

A technique like shadow-banning might be effective, but it would also stoke paranoia. From this perspective, the clarity of the Creators for Change program adds to its appeal: its videos are prominently labelled. ........

Some experts point out that algorithmic tweaks and counterspeech don’t change the basic structure of YouTube—a structure that encourages the mass uploading of videos from unvetted sources. It’s possible that this structure is fundamentally incompatible with a healthy civic discourse. ......

“Algorithms make decisions we teach them to make, even deep-learning algorithms. They should pick different winners on purpose.” Schaffer suggested that

YouTube’s insistence on the appearance of neutrality is “a kind of Stockholm syndrome. I think they’re afraid of upsetting their big creators, and it has interfered with their ability to be aggressive about implementing their values.” ....

  .......the complexity created by YouTube’s global reach. “YouTube is trying to moderate and keep their values while trying to make money off, literally, the entire world,” .....

“If they make decisions about who they’re going to prop up in the algorithm, and make it more clear, I think they would lose money. I think they might lose power.” He paused. “That’s a big test for these companies right now. ” ......

https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/the-fight-for-the-future-of-youtube

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Jewish, Immigrant Activists Block ICE Headquarters in Washington D.C. to Protest Immigration Policy

 

...... The Jewish and immigrant demonstrators invoked the treatment of Jews during the Holocaust, railing against the conditions of migrants detained at the border while calling for legislators to establish "permanent protection, dignity and respect for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S." .....

https://www.newsweek.com/protesters-block-ice-headquarters-washington-dc-1449592?utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter&utm_medium=Social

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Marissa J. LangVerified account @Marissa_Jae 6h6 hours ago

 

NOW: Inside the Russell Senate building here in #DC, where dozens of Catholic nuns, parishioners and other leaders are preparing to be arrested by Capitol Police

on this #CatholicDayOfAction in protest of the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

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Marissa J. LangVerified account @Marissa_Jae 6h6 hours ago

 
 

Police are arresting these nuns one by one, as they recite the Lord’s Prayer, which is echoing off the marble walls of the Russell Rotunda here in #DC. About 50 senators have offices in this building. #CatholicDayOfAction

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We need to take to the streets people!
 
I am suggesting September 7 or 14 for a mass march in our nation’s capital, when Congress finally returns. If DC activists can help with permits and other groups with buses etc, let’s get it organized.
 
No one is coming to save us!
 
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10 minutes ago, mr6666 said:
 
 
We need to take to the streets people!
 
I am suggesting September 7 or 14 for a mass march in our nation’s capital, when Congress finally returns. If DC activists can help with permits and other groups with buses etc, let’s get it organized.
 
No one is coming to save us!
 
 

 Maybe we can get some advice from the Venezuelan people or from the citizens of Hong Kong.

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3 hours ago, Princess of Tap said:

 Maybe we can get some advice from the Venezuelan people or from the citizens of Hong Kong.

Uh,  those Venezuelan people and their protest haven't  accomplish squat.   

Might as well take advice from Hamas.

  

 

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QAnon Says FBI Labeling Them a Terror Threat Just Proves There’s a Deep-State Conspiracy Against Them

On paper, Thursday was a bad day for followers of the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon. A newly revealed FBI report warned that the theory’s followers presented a heightened risk for terrorism. Multiple popular predictions by QAnon followers also failed to materialize.

But for hardcore Q followers, the rough week won’t shake their faith.

The FBI memo, which was published in late May and first reported by Yahoo News, warned of the theory’s likelihood to “spread and evolve in the modern information marketplace.” So far, the warning has proven true. Despite a series of violent QAnon-inspired incidents and failed Q prophecies, movement followers still say they see nothing wrong with it, and even suggest that the FBI report is part of a conspiracy against them.

The memo names QAnon supporters, alongside followers of other fringe political conspiracy theories like Pizzagate, as being likely to carry out extremist acts in the name of their beliefs.

“One key assumption driving these assessments is that certain conspiracy theory narratives tacitly support or legitimize violent action,” the memo reads. “The FBI also assumes, but not all individuals or domestic extremists who hold such beliefs will act on them. The FBI assess these conspiracy theories very likely will emerge, spread, and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts.”

QAnon followers believe President Trump’s opponents are involved in a vast conspiracy of Satanic child sex-trafficking and cannibalism, and that Q, an anonymous poster on the forum 8chan, is actually a high-level military operative feeding them information on mass arrests that are totally coming this time around. The movement has been suspending its disbelief for nearly two years of unfulfilled promises of purges and revolutions.

They saved plenty of skepticism for the very real FBI memo. Maybe the FBI report was fake, a prominent Q peddler suggested on Twitter. (When asked about the memo, the FBI told Yahoo it “routinely shares information with our law enforcement partners.”)

Other Q followers on Twitter accused FBI Director Christopher Wray of acting against Trump, and suggested that he needed to be fired. A third set suggested the memo was actually good. This crowd claimed the memo was an elaborate ruse to trick the media into asking Trump about QAnon. (For reasons not entirely clear, many QAnon supporters believe that Trump supports QAnon but won’t speak openly about it unless asked by a reporter.)

But QAnon followers have stuck with their conspiracy theory through other rough patches. The theory’s followers have gone on to commit violence, including a follower who led an armed standoff at the Hoover Dam last summer, inspired by his frustration that one of Q’s clues never materialized. Months later, a vlogger who made QAnon videos was arrested for allegedly threatening a massacre at YouTube, which he believed was censoring him. In January, a Q believer allegedly murdered his brother with a swordover a conspiratorial idea. Leaders of multiple heavily armed groups on the southern border were led by QAnon believers, who were later arrested for various counts of trespassing and weapons violations. A man accused of murdering a New York mob boss scribbled a Q on his hand in court and claimed to have been motivated by his belief in the conspiracy theory.

Despite those incidents, major figures in Trump World have still flirted with the conspiracy theory. “Now do #ANTIFA,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted after the FBI memo was revealed, in reference to the anti-fascist movement. (In fact, federal agencies have already released memos about anti-fascists, some of them based on right-wing hoaxes, The Daily Beast previously reported. Figures on the right are currently trying to have the FBI classify the anti-fascist movement as a domestic terror group, something it cannot do because anti-fascism is not a group, and the FBI makes no such domestic classifications. The same holds true for QAnon believers.)

At Trump’s rally in Cincinnati hours after the memo was revealed, warm-up speaker Brandon Straka invoked one of the movement’s slogans. The crowd around him was full of Q shirts and signs.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/qanon-says-fbi-labeling-them-174828483.html

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7 minutes ago, LawrenceA said:

QAnon Says FBI Labeling Them a Terror Threat Just Proves There’s a Deep-State Conspiracy Against Them

On paper, Thursday was a bad day for followers of the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon. A newly revealed FBI report warned that the theory’s followers presented a heightened risk for terrorism. Multiple popular predictions by QAnon followers also failed to materialize.

But for hardcore Q followers, the rough week won’t shake their faith.

The FBI memo, which was published in late May and first reported by Yahoo News, warned of the theory’s likelihood to “spread and evolve in the modern information marketplace.” So far, the warning has proven true. Despite a series of violent QAnon-inspired incidents and failed Q prophecies, movement followers still say they see nothing wrong with it, and even suggest that the FBI report is part of a conspiracy against them.

The memo names QAnon supporters, alongside followers of other fringe political conspiracy theories like Pizzagate, as being likely to carry out extremist acts in the name of their beliefs.

“One key assumption driving these assessments is that certain conspiracy theory narratives tacitly support or legitimize violent action,” the memo reads. “The FBI also assumes, but not all individuals or domestic extremists who hold such beliefs will act on them. The FBI assess these conspiracy theories very likely will emerge, spread, and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts.”

QAnon followers believe President Trump’s opponents are involved in a vast conspiracy of Satanic child sex-trafficking and cannibalism, and that Q, an anonymous poster on the forum 8chan, is actually a high-level military operative feeding them information on mass arrests that are totally coming this time around. The movement has been suspending its disbelief for nearly two years of unfulfilled promises of purges and revolutions.

They saved plenty of skepticism for the very real FBI memo. Maybe the FBI report was fake, a prominent Q peddler suggested on Twitter. (When asked about the memo, the FBI told Yahoo it “routinely shares information with our law enforcement partners.”)

Other Q followers on Twitter accused FBI Director Christopher Wray of acting against Trump, and suggested that he needed to be fired. A third set suggested the memo was actually good. This crowd claimed the memo was an elaborate ruse to trick the media into asking Trump about QAnon. (For reasons not entirely clear, many QAnon supporters believe that Trump supports QAnon but won’t speak openly about it unless asked by a reporter.)

But QAnon followers have stuck with their conspiracy theory through other rough patches. The theory’s followers have gone on to commit violence, including a follower who led an armed standoff at the Hoover Dam last summer, inspired by his frustration that one of Q’s clues never materialized. Months later, a vlogger who made QAnon videos was arrested for allegedly threatening a massacre at YouTube, which he believed was censoring him. In January, a Q believer allegedly murdered his brother with a swordover a conspiratorial idea. Leaders of multiple heavily armed groups on the southern border were led by QAnon believers, who were later arrested for various counts of trespassing and weapons violations. A man accused of murdering a New York mob boss scribbled a Q on his hand in court and claimed to have been motivated by his belief in the conspiracy theory.

Despite those incidents, major figures in Trump World have still flirted with the conspiracy theory. “Now do #ANTIFA,” Donald Trump Jr. tweeted after the FBI memo was revealed, in reference to the anti-fascist movement. (In fact, federal agencies have already released memos about anti-fascists, some of them based on right-wing hoaxes, The Daily Beast previously reported. Figures on the right are currently trying to have the FBI classify the anti-fascist movement as a domestic terror group, something it cannot do because anti-fascism is not a group, and the FBI makes no such domestic classifications. The same holds true for QAnon believers.)

At Trump’s rally in Cincinnati hours after the memo was revealed, warm-up speaker Brandon Straka invoked one of the movement’s slogans. The crowd around him was full of Q shirts and signs.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/qanon-says-fbi-labeling-them-174828483.html

We really need to improve psychiatric mental health services in this country.

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8 minutes ago, mr6666 said:
 
 
Donald Trump and the Republican Party,
amplified by Fox News
 
and a universe of stations and websites, have told their base there’s a life-or-death, live war going on in the country.
 
Their supporters believe them and are carrying out that war.

According to Media accounts, the white man who murdered Jewish worshippers in the Pittsburgh synagogue, had just been listening to some bogus accounts of how George Soros was financing immigrants to come into the United States and over run the white population.

Apparently, that was the last straw for this white supremacist and he went into action and ended up murdering those innocent people in the Pittsburgh synagogue.

In this country, it's time for some people to be held accountable for platforms and rhetoric that not only incite violence but also incite murder.

Freedom of speech has some accountability with it.

When speech is so full of bigotry-- misogyny, homophobia, anti-semitism, religious intolerance and racism that it promotes, incites violence and murder against certain groups of people,

then it has to be stopped and those perpetrating the violence have to be punished.

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On 6/15/2019 at 4:42 PM, mr6666 said:

#ImpeachTrump Day of Action Events Happening to 'Finally Open an Impeachment Inquiry' on Trump,

 

........"By now, it is clear that Congress won't act unless we demand it," By the People spokeswoman Alexandra Flores-Quilty stated. "We need to take to the streets in every neighborhood in America to defend democracy."

https://www.newsweek.com/impeach-trump-day-action-rashida-tlaib?utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter

peacefully with no blocking of public thoroughfares, right?

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'Jews Against ICE' marks annual day of mourning with anti-Trump protests across US

 

Organizers from various Jewish groups protested the Trump administration’s immigration policies in cities across the country on Sunday for Tisha B’Av, a Jewish day of mourning and remembrance.

Protests were held in New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and 60 other cities, according to The Washington Post.

Dozens were arrested in Manhattan in a "Jews Against ICE" protest after demonstrators occupied an Amazon bookstore demanding that Amazon Web Services end its contracts with immigration authorities, HuffPost reported. The company provides cloud computing services to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and other services that help the agency track migrants.........

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/457112-jews-against-ice-members-mark-annual-day-of-mourning-with-anti

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Portland protests: Opposing demonstrators converge at Waterfront Park

"Long-anticipated demonstrations were held Saturday morning in downtown Portland and ended without significant incident, but opposing groups roving along the west and east side of the Willamette River are now clashing amid various skirmishes.

Hundreds of right-wing activists and those protesting their presence and message converged Saturday morning near the Morrison Bridge in Tom McCall Waterfront Park as the demonstrations got underway -- but many appeared to leave after a couple of hours.......

At the start of the demonstrations, police formed a physical barricade beneath the Morrison Bridge to separate the rival groups, with the Proud Boys and their supporters to the south and counter-protesters to the north. Some members of the groups exchanged heated words and taunted one another, though police kept them mostly at a distance.

Portland police said officers seized multiple weapons from groups, including bear spray, shields and metal poles. The police bureau said it kept the large groups of opposing protesters mostly separated, although some “limited interactions” occurred..........

https://www.oregonlive.com/portland/2019/08/portland-protests-antifa-right-wing-groups-set-to-face-off-downtown-live-updates.html

 

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Kim Nead
 
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Thousands marched to the Capitol yesterday to demand Congress do its job and impeach Trump.
 
Virtually no media covered it. #wethepeoplemarch https://pscp.tv/w/cFdmKTF6dkVO
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Amy Siskind

@Amy_Siskind

Over 10k. Not a single mention on

@MSNBC

or

@CNN

- people are mentioning and noticing all over social media.

This is how you earn distrust and get people to question what actually drives coverage decisions.

just want to add the #WeThePeopleMarch - which was 100% grassroots-

was the largest protest march against this regime since the Women’s March.

We have to ask why the media chose not to cover it.

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'We the People March': Protest in DC to 'hold Trump accountable'

Perceived assault on US democracy decried in rally billed as reminder to elected officials that they work for people.

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Saturday's "We the People March", billed as an event to remind elected officials that they work for the people, saw protesters marching from Freedom Plaza to the US Capitol. .....

...decry what they see as an assault on US democracy but also to put pressure on the Democratic Party to hold the Trump administration accountable.

Among the issues cited by protesters as reasons for participation were the Trump administration's crackdown on undocumented immigrants, the accusations of collusion with Russia during the 2016 election cycle, and the Republican president's alleged conflicts of interest.

"The members of Congress and especially [Speaker of the House] Nancy Pelosi need to feel the pressure to hold the Trump regime accountable," organiser Amy Siskind told Hollywood Life earlier this week.

"They have failed at that ...

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The reports about the whistle-blower were among the main issues discussed by the march's participants, many of whom carried signs alluding to allegations that Trump won the 2016 election thanks to Russian interference. Some chanted "lock him up", playing on a similar chant heard during Trump's 2016 campaign rallies against his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.

A large number of placards held by protesters also bore a simple message: that any Democrat "will do", instead of Trump.

"I am horrified [with] what is going on in my country right now, and I will not be quiet about it," Leslie Farrow, a protester from Long Island, said.

"It's an overall feeling of disgust;...

Anxiety over the state of US democracy was palpable among the protesters, most of whom were middle-aged or older. And while they expressed rage at the Trump administration, many were also deeply frustrated with the way the Democratic Party goes about in its efforts to challenge the president.

"I wish they would be proceeding with impeachment," Nancy Viano, a resident of the DC area, said of Democrats in Congress. "I am worried that they are not doing enough."....

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/09/people-march-protest-dc-hold-trump-accountable-190922060309312.html

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Donald Trump's Minneapolis Rally to Be Met With Mass Protests:

''America First' Is a Racist Lie'

......protesting against Trump because he is an "enemy of the unions" and an "enemy of the working class."

"We recognize that 'America First' is a racist lie. We have more in common with the workers in China, or Mexico, or Venezuela, or Iran than we do with a CEO in San Francisco, a trust fund kid in Manhattan or some piece of trash in the White House," he said.

"We see through his lies and we know what he serves.

He spreads xenophobia and nationalism to divide the American working class against the world, and spreads racism and misogyny to divide the working class against itself.

"He is a symptom of a disease. The disease is not him, the disease is his ideology and the disease is the class that he serves.".......

"While there is no legal mechanism to prevent the president from visiting, his message of hatred will never be welcome in Minneapolis."

 

The protest arrives amid controversy surrounding the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis announcing they will be selling "Cops for Trump" t-shirts after being told they would not be allowed to wear their uniforms off-duty while showing support for the president at the rally.

Lt. Bob Kroll, Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis president, claimed the uniform ban decision from the Minneapolis Police Department was kept "completely secret" from the union........

https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-minneapolis-rally-protest-minnesota-1463755?utm_campaign=NewsweekTwitter&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter

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Do today's global protests have anything in common?

In recent weeks, mass protests have broken out in countries from Lebanon to Spain to Chile. All are different - with distinct causes, methods and goals - but there are some common themes that connect them.

While thousands of miles apart, protests have begun for similar reasons in several countries, and some have taken inspiration from each other on how to organise and advance their goals.

Here's a look at the issues at stake - and what binds many of those taking to the streets.......

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-50123743?ocid=socialflow_twitter

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John Lithgow pens book of protest poetry about Trump: 'A lot of damage is being done'

 

...."I think he has a good chance of winning, mainly because of the ruthlessness of his politics,” the 74-year-old Emmy and Tony Award winner said.

“Tyranny works.”

Lithgow, who says that he’s “always been reticent to go political in a public way” hopes that

“Dumpty: The Age of Trump in Verse,” a collection of poems and illustrations he’s crafted, may help wake readers up to the prospect of four more years.........

“I’ve always been a little bit wary about using my own celebrity, such as it is, for anything. But the Trump era has changed everything. He’s yanked me into the public arena.”

Included in “Dumpty,” which hit store shelves on Tuesday, are verses that take satirical aim at Vice President Pence —

“Hentsy Pentsy sat on a fence, The most vapid and vacant of vice presidents. / A poem? Alas, at the end of the day, Quite frankly, dear reader, there’s not much to say” — and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, imagined as a contestant in a Trump beauty pageant.......

 

“Doing sort of handsprings with language and wit with rhyme and meter is the perfect response, for one thing, the debasement of language in this administration. I thought I’ll just concentrate on being as clever and creating the snappiest rhymes I possibly can to just captivate people, make them laugh in spite of themselves.” .....

“I just feel I am an entertainer. I am sort of a lightweight politically — so what can I do? I can entertain people and I can entertain people with a not-so-hidden political agenda.”

https://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/467016-john-lithgow-pens-book-of-protest-poetry-about-trump-a-lot-of-damage-is

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