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LEARNING ABOUT EXTREMISTS: news & analysis, Part II

My first thread on topic is here and in the 75 comments posted from Sept. 3 to Nov. 9, 2020, has plenty of content that is still quite useful

[LEARNING ABOUT EXTREMISTS] DOH! EXCUSE ME, MR. NANCE

I'll start the new thread in comments.

Angry partisan liberals turn off liberltarians

Think: what would Bill Gates think seeing attacks on Susan Collins? He doesn't do political outrage.

I think that Joe not playing this way is what helped him win

Lincoln Project has new projects: The Georgia Senate race; Trump's Lawyers; Transition Support

We’ve got important work to do in Georgia, but rest up today. We need you fully energized.

In the meantime:

Follow @ossoff &
Follow @ReverendWarnock

— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) November 8, 2020

more after the jump

Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben lose their jobs

On Murdoch family orders

It is really good to see Fox not building up false hope in a Trump litigation strategy. Can't stress this enough. https://t.co/DrS1yBKQb5

— Rick Hasen (@rickhasen) November 7, 2020

see followup after the jump

Just do it.

I think this is an excellent idea. Red v. blue maps should basically be outlawed. Our lives are not a football game (one based on the Electoral College, yet.) Not to mention the problem of both parties having lost their traditional meanings and the large number of people who register as Independents.

Biden v. Trump on Twitter

Halloween policing. (All sides do it now!)

Texas homeowners association demands removal of one neighbor’s Halloween decoration: pole-dancing skeletons that were “offensively positioned.”https://t.co/6nCEZGjB0s pic.twitter.com/yQSi6tApxK

— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) October 31, 2020

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