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“As a student, I should be focused on school but I’m focused on saving democracy as well.”

teenvogue.com/story/young-or…
 
We couldn't agree more with @DeliaRamirezIL. We're so excited about the energy these new progressive voices are bringing to Congress, and we're ready to fight along side them!
You sent us to Congress to work and that's what we are doing as New Members-Elect. On our final day of orientation our message is clear, before the majority transitions people are counting on us to extend the expanded CTC+EITC, fund child care, and deliver on the Dream Act! pic.twitter.com/LkXuEuU493
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
This is our new #prolife dystopia: A woman was arrested for "chemical endangerment" for using drugs while pregnant. The problem: She wasn't pregnant. So officers released her, but told her if she gets pregnant IN THE NEXT FEW MONTHS she'll be re-arrested.
reuters.com/legal/governme…
Alabama case over mistaken pregnancy highlights risks in a post-Roe world
reuters.com
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Voters have already made clear in the 2022 midterms that candidate quality matters. When MAGA Republicans push unqualified candidates into running for office the way Trump did with Herschel Walker, the people of Georgia notice.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Help us stop Walker from becoming the next US Senator from Georgia. indivisible.org/resource/georg…
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Walker is fundamentally unqualified for the task, has no political knowledge or agenda of his own, and would serve only as an unquestioning vote for whatever position Republican leadership tells him to take.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Voters have already made clear in the 2022 midterms that candidate quality matters. When MAGA Republicans push unqualified candidates into running for office the way Trump did with Herschel Walker, the people of Georgia notice.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Herschel Walker would be a reliable rubber stamp for the McConnell/McCarthy/MAGA agenda in Congress. There’s a reason he was pushed to run, and always appears in TV interviews with one (or more!) other Republican senators.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Walker is fundamentally unqualified for the task, has no political knowledge or agenda of his own, and would serve only as an unquestioning vote for whatever position Republican leadership tells him to take.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Herschel Walker’s history of domestic violence would be troubling in any context, and absolutely inexcusable from anyone seeking to lead. Over and over again, he’s targeted the mothers of his children with abuse.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Herschel Walker would be a reliable rubber stamp for the McConnell/McCarthy/MAGA agenda in Congress. There’s a reason he was pushed to run, and always appears in TV interviews with one (or more!) other Republican senators.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Walker’s support for a total abortion ban is bad enough. But his repeated history of paying for abortions -- even allegedly coercing a reluctant partner -- is entitled hypocrisy. It turns out Walker is in favor of just one exception to an abortion ban: one for himself.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Herschel Walker’s history of domestic violence would be troubling in any context, and absolutely inexcusable from anyone seeking to lead. Over and over again, he’s targeted the mothers of his children with abuse.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Incomprehensible stump speeches about vampires, showing up to debates with props… these are distractions from the real work & the more time we spend talking about Walker’s personal issues, the less time we have to talk about the important issues that matter to Georgia.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Walker’s support for a total abortion ban is bad enough. But his repeated history of paying for abortions -- even allegedly coercing a reluctant partner -- is entitled hypocrisy. It turns out Walker is in favor of just one exception to an abortion ban: one for himself.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Walker doesn’t even live in the state of Georgia. The house he claims to live in has been rented to someone else for virtually his entire campaign, and he uses his house in Texas as his primary residence in his tax filings - it’s dishonest, disqualifying, and possibly illegal.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Incomprehensible stump speeches about vampires, showing up to debates with props… these are distractions from the real work & the more time we spend talking about Walker’s personal issues, the less time we have to talk about the important issues that matter to Georgia.
 
There’s a lot of reasons why Herschel Walker should not be a United States senator. We wanted to take a minute to break down some of the most egregious reasons this man cannot ever be allowed to represent Georgia. 🧵
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Walker doesn’t even live in the state of Georgia. The house he claims to live in has been rented to someone else for virtually his entire campaign, and he uses his house in Texas as his primary residence in his tax filings - it’s dishonest, disqualifying, and possibly illegal.
 
There’s a lot of reasons why Herschel Walker should not be a United States senator. We wanted to take a minute to break down some of the most egregious reasons this man cannot ever be allowed to represent Georgia. 🧵
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
I just want to make a few things clear:

The Holocaust happened.

Hitler was a demonic figure.

And instead of giving it a platform, our political leaders should be calling out and rejecting antisemitism wherever it hides.

Silence is complicity.
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
“This progressive freshman class is impatient to get things done.”

Before they’re even sworn in, and joined by @RepJayapal, Reps-Elect Ramirez, Casar, Garcia, and Lee are calling for action on DACA, the Child Tax Credit, and child care before the 117th Congress adjourns.
 
We are asking MoCs to stay in session and pass as many popular bills as possible.

indivisible.org/resource/call-…
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
A whopping 43 people who have unlimited sick days voted to prevent around 115,000 rail workers from gaining just seven paid sick leave days. Here is a full list of them: on.tnr.com/3uhzyq9
Full List of Senators Who Voted Against Giving Rail Workers Paid Sick Leave
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Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
Georgia, today is your last chance to vote early! Head to the polls now — there’s no reason to wait.
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
Democracy matters to voters. The election results proved it. And our new poll backs it up. Read more:
huffpost.com/entry/democrac…
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
So, after all the bluster, injustice prevails. A grand total of 6 Republican senators voted for a modicum of decency in scheduling for railroaders.

Once again, the filibuster wins and the American people lose.
 
Voters appear to care about climate change, they don’t want oil and gas companies running roughshod over the landscape, and they’re still in favor of protecting public lands.

motherjones.com/environment/20…
It turns out western voters care a lot about public lands
motherjones.com
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Finally, workers cannot allow themselves to be discouraged by this result. Thousands of workers stood up for fair contracts & in the effort, won a 24% increase in wages over five years with additional scheduling flexibility. That is an incredible achievement showing people power.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Rail is one of few industries where our government can intercede in collective bargaining for the good of the economy. Solidarity is a core value of this country, and we will continue to support workers in their fight for a fair, safe, and equitable workplace.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Democrats must continue to forcefully demonstrate that they intend to use their offices to protect and provide for working people - and expose the GOP’s allegiance to CEOs and giant corporations.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Finally, workers cannot allow themselves to be discouraged by this result. Thousands of workers stood up for fair contracts & in the effort, won a 24% increase in wages over five years with additional scheduling flexibility. That is an incredible achievement showing people power.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Though we didn’t win this fight, this was winnable, and a fight worth having. And we’ll keep fighting to ensure all workers, including rail workers, have guaranteed paid leave as a right.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Democrats must continue to forcefully demonstrate that they intend to use their offices to protect and provide for working people - and expose the GOP’s allegiance to CEOs and giant corporations.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Of the 263 Republicans in the House & Senate, only 9 voted to give workers just 7 days of paid sick leave. That’s what the GOP came to Congress to do - to protect the hoarded power of the wealthy & well-connected, whether that means screwing over workers or undermining democracy.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Though we didn’t win this fight, this was winnable, and a fight worth having. And we’ll keep fighting to ensure all workers, including rail workers, have guaranteed paid leave as a right.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
While practically every Democrat voted in favor, and the amendment received a majority of votes in both chambers, Republicans and the Senate filibuster successfully stood in the way.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Of the 263 Republicans in the House & Senate, only 9 voted to give workers just 7 days of paid sick leave. That’s what the GOP came to Congress to do - to protect the hoarded power of the wealthy & well-connected, whether that means screwing over workers or undermining democracy.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
The progressive position became the Democratic position, and Democrats in both chambers took up the fight to pass a bill that would include sick leave in the rail workers’ contracts.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
While practically every Democrat voted in favor, and the amendment received a majority of votes in both chambers, Republicans and the Senate filibuster successfully stood in the way.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Faced with a vote to enforce a contract that did not include sick leave & a GOP hungry to score political points against President Biden, House Progressives made the best of a bad situation, got organized & attached an amendment including 7 days of paid sick leave in the deal.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
The progressive position became the Democratic position, and Democrats in both chambers took up the fight to pass a bill that would include sick leave in the rail workers’ contracts.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Indeed, those billionaire CEOs have proven willing to risk a massive supply chain disruption, rather than make this small concession, despite record-breaking profits.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Faced with a vote to enforce a contract that did not include sick leave & a GOP hungry to score political points against President Biden, House Progressives made the best of a bad situation, got organized & attached an amendment including 7 days of paid sick leave in the deal.
 
Rail workers are not getting what they deserve today, but that’s not for lack of fighting. Tens of thousands of workers have stood together for years, demanding a fair union contract that treated them with dignity, & billionaire railroad CEOs have refused even modest proposals.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Indeed, those billionaire CEOs have proven willing to risk a massive supply chain disruption, rather than make this small concession, despite record-breaking profits.
 
Rail workers are not getting what they deserve today, but that’s not for lack of fighting. Tens of thousands of workers have stood together for years, demanding a fair union contract that treated them with dignity, & billionaire railroad CEOs have refused even modest proposals.
Reuters: U.S. SENATE DEFEATS MEASURE TO REQUIRE RAILROADS TO OFFER SEVEN DAYS OF PAID SICK LEAVE TO UNION WORKERS
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
This fight isn’t over.

Every worker deserves paid sick leave and dignity.

That’s exactly what I’ll fight for when I get to DC in January.

nytimes.com/2022/12/01/us/…
With Senate Vote, Congress Moves to Avert Rail Strike
nytimes.com
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
5 women have spoken out against Herschel Walker. The GOP still stand with him.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
2024 is coming, and every gain in the Senate takes us one step closer to ending the destructive filibuster once and for all. Democrats are well-positioned to retake the House in 2024, and by winning a clear majority now, we set the stage for even more progress in the future.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
With all this at stake, we can’t afford to sit this one out. Get involved and help Senator Warnock win his reelection today: indivisible.org/resource/georg…
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Judges, judges, judges. Thanks to Republican blockades over the past two years there are over 100 vacancies on the federal bench, all of which could be filled before the next election in 2024.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
2024 is coming, and every gain in the Senate takes us one step closer to ending the destructive filibuster once and for all. Democrats are well-positioned to retake the House in 2024, and by winning a clear majority now, we set the stage for even more progress in the future.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
But Sinema and Manchin have very different priorities - Sinema will support climate legislation that Manchin won’t, and Manchin will support tax-fairness policies blocked by Sinema. With 51 votes, no single Senator would be able to hijack the Democratic agenda in the future.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Judges, judges, judges. Thanks to Republican blockades over the past two years there are over 100 vacancies on the federal bench, all of which could be filled before the next election in 2024.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Over and over again in the last two years, we’ve seen powerful legislation watered down or killed entirely by Manchin or Sinema.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
But Sinema and Manchin have very different priorities - Sinema will support climate legislation that Manchin won’t, and Manchin will support tax-fairness policies blocked by Sinema. With 51 votes, no single Senator would be able to hijack the Democratic agenda in the future.
 
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
We need a full majority in the Senate in order to counter the extremist legislation House Republicans already announced they intend to push through and to fend off their attempts to remove Biden administration officials as revenge for Trump’s impeachments.
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
Over and over again in the last two years, we’ve seen powerful legislation watered down or killed entirely by Manchin or Sinema.
 
By re-electing @ReverendWarnock, Dems will earn that crucial 51st seat, and take full control of the Senate for the first time in the Biden presidency. That means no more power-sharing agreement, deadlocked committees, control over what comes to the Senate floor, and more. 🧵
Replying to @IndivisibleTeam
We need a full majority in the Senate in order to counter the extremist legislation House Republicans already announced they intend to push through and to fend off their attempts to remove Biden administration officials as revenge for Trump’s impeachments.
 
By re-electing @ReverendWarnock, Dems will earn that crucial 51st seat, and take full control of the Senate for the first time in the Biden presidency. That means no more power-sharing agreement, deadlocked committees, control over what comes to the Senate floor, and more. 🧵
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
"Tanking wasn’t an option bc of GOP votes, we moved to keep sick leave alive." -- AOC engaging critics on the sick-leave strategy
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
We also did a great video w @senschumer in 2017 where he says, “because when Congress hears from constituents, Congress listens” - we look forward to mtg with you again really soon, Chuck 😉!! @IndivisibleTeam @ezralevin @Leahgreenb Watch here: youtu.be/6q3eE50Tbrg
 
Join us TONIGHT as we reach out to voters in Georgia about the importance of getting out to cast their vote in the upcoming December 6th Runoff Election.

indivisible.org/resource/georg…
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
We appreciate the support from around the country and other Indivisible groups and members! Thank you @AndreaChalupa of @gaslitnation for your time and efforts! PSA listen to Gaslit Nation wherever you get your podcasts!
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
Waaay back in 2017, we made videos about why it’s important to call Congress - & how much they want to hear from us + YOU! Can’t wait to call & meet with @RepJeffries 5+ years on now that he is the Dem Leader. @IndivisibleTeam @Leahgreenb @ezralevin watch: youtu.be/pyY7tvwqb0Q
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
Republicans are going to find all sorts of creative excuses to vote against railroad workers today.

The truth is that when there is a fight between corporate interests and worker interests, Democrats choose the workers and Republicans choose the corporations.
 
We have less than a week to help Senator Warnock win his reelection. It's going to take all of us to get across the finish line - find a way to get involved here: indivisible.org/resource/georg…
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
Railroad companies are holding the American economy hostage over 56 annual hours of sick leave. Here's what's up:
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
When the GOP takes control of the House it will be much more difficult to pass progressive legislation. Call your elected officials now and tell them to use every moment of the time we have left with our Democratic trifecta! Our friends at @IndivisibleTeam will connect you ⤵️
 
As abortion access dwindles, America’s ‘parental involvement’ laws weigh even more heavily on teenagers — who may need a court’s permission to end their pregnancies.

nytimes.com/2022/11/29/mag…
 
Indivisible Guide Retweeted ·  
New: Jan. 6 subcommittee led by Jamie Raskin is tentatively scheduled to present its recommendations about criminal and civil referrals to the full committee Friday, per multiple sources twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
 
 
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