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Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Texans have gone 4 months without accessible abortion care...

This is cruel. #AbortionJustice can't wait.
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Since I amplified the optimistic CNBC Fauci article last night, now amplifying this one that says it may be data in a month, not EUA in a month...I cannot say how much they need to treat parents of young kids with more respect and more clear timelines. #VaccinateOurKids
Replying to @AlissaStollwerk
that seems like it would track with the available information, and also with the overall tendency of everyone involved to behave like oracles instead of people whose job it is to communicate clearly with the public
 
In reply to @Leahgreenb
History will not be kind to those who stood for flawed, nonsensical procedure over the urgent moral need to protect the right to vote. But history's judgments take a long time and we're not going to be waiting around in the meantime.
Replying to @Leahgreenb
We got into this work to demand a true multiracial democracy. Losing tonight will make that harder. But that should drive us to action, not retreat. Join us on Monday to process, be in community, and strategize about what's next:
In reply to @IndivisibleTeam
Please join us for Monday's national activist call to collectively process this moment, celebrate the meaning of your hard work in spite of tonight's results, and look toward what comes next. You can sign up now: indivisible.zoom.us/webinar/regist…
 
Sending my deepest love to everyone who rallied, called, organized, got arrested, and fought to get to this moment. This is a devastating night for our democracy, but it’s not the end.
Replying to @Leahgreenb
History will not be kind to those who stood for flawed, nonsensical procedure over the urgent moral need to protect the right to vote. But history's judgments take a long time and we're not going to be waiting around in the meantime.
 
Sending my deepest love to everyone who rallied, called, organized, got arrested, and fought to get to this moment. This is a devastating night for our democracy, but it’s not the end.
 
LOL Susan “I have sent a strongly worded letter” Collins thinks she has integrity
Collins Accuses Ossoff Of ‘Impugning Her Integrity’ talkingpointsmemo.com/live-blog/schu… via @TPM
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Here's the thing: the Senate *could* be a dynamic body where senators debated big ideas. To accomplish this, you have to incentivize debate: make holding the floor the only way to block a bill. That's how it used to work! It could work that way again if we reform the filibuster.
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
We are out here & we will keep fighting, keep calling, keep organizing until the Senate does its job (cough Manchin cough Sinema cough every single elected Republican choosing fascism over democracy)

#FreedomToVote
#VotingRightsForThePeople
#EndTheFilibuster
Cc @ShutDown_DC
 
"Let the message go out. You cannot remember Martin Luther King Jr. and dismember his legacy at the same time." - @ReverendWarnock
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
This is profoundly disingenuous. From the founding until the 20th century, every vote on regular bills in the Senate was majority rule. Period. The Senate had plenty of ways to end debate, some of which required less than a majority- like the Chair cutting off a rambling senator.
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
You don't get to claim you support voting rights if you won't do what it takes to protect them.
 
When you stand for democracy, we stand behind you.
New: Mark Kelly gets fresh support from @IndivisibleTeam after announcing he’s backing filibuster carve-out for voting rights.
He’s been added to their “Give No Ground” incumbent protection program — details on that here: cnn.com/2021/10/15/pol…
 
Requiring bipartisanship as a condition for action on civil rights makes as much sense as requiring an arsonist to give you permission to put out a fire.
In reply to @TheDemCoalition
#VotingRightsForThePeople The 14th and 15th amendments guaranteeing both citizenship and voting rights to formerly enslaved people passed on a strict party-line vote. 1866 - 1890, many landmark pieces of civil rights laws that were supported by the majority were passed that way.
 
This is what political courage and vision looks like. Thank you @SenMarkKelly.
If NASA functioned like the United States Senate, they would never get the rocket off the launchpad.

Read my full statement about why I support passing campaign finance and voting rights reforms with a majority vote: sen.gov/J8J7 pic.twitter.com/nUUZ0BdWtF
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
The thing about @kyrstensinema & @JoeManchinWV’s opposition to filibuster reform is the change @SenSchumer is proposing- to a talking filibuster- is actually RESTORING the filibuster to an earlier form. Which shows they really just want to block voting rights.
 
This is an overwhelming result. @SenatorSinema can stand on the right side of history, or she can stand with Mitch McConnell. Indivisibles are watching.
THIS JUST IN: 94% of Arizona Indivisibles voted YES on primarying Sen. Sinema if she fails to deliver on voting rights. pic.twitter.com/YES2fEPIs6
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
It’s beautiful how folks are coming together to call bullshit on Sen. Sinema.

AND we wouldn’t be here if not for the leadership of AZ badasses like @Gomez_Alex07 @TomasRobles14 @phoenikera & the support of @WayToWinAF who have BEEN here since Sept. nbcnews.com/politics/elect…
Could Sen. Kyrsten Sinema face a primary? These progressives are trying to make it happen.
nbcnews.com
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Sinema can betray Arizonans, but there aren't enough pharma lobbyists in the world to keep her in office if she does...
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Ain’t gonna let nobody turn us around. We want #VotingRightsNow.✊🏿✊🏾✊🏼
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
🚨 We need the entire Democratic caucus to hold the floor and keep this debate going for as long as it takes. Call your senators now and tell them to hold the floor, keep the debate going, and fix or ditch the filibuster to pass democracy reform: indivisible.org/demand-your-se…
Call your Senator and Demand they Fix the Filibuster to Pass
indivisible.org
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Pennsylvanians joined members of @IndivisiblePHL to thank @SenBobCasey for his work to preserve & expand free & fair #VotingRights for all Americans. It’s time to #BringItHomeBob! - Demand that Senate Republicans and conservative Dems get it done! #MLKDay youtu.be/C4r4VgaHF00
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Excellent turnout for the #MLKDay March here in #PrescottAZ.

The theme of this year’s event was “Marching Forward In Love”

Let’s honor the legacy of MLK by protecting access to the ballot in 2022! #VotingRightsForMLK
 
the thing that’s amazing about this tweet is that you know her team was desperately trying to avoid tweeting something that would be read as hypocritical and ultimately decided the only way to do so was to not say anything about what Dr. King actually stood for
Today we remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. #MLKDay
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Over 100 people came to the march in SF for MLK Day.

#WeDreamOfVotingRights and we are keeping our eyes on the prize!!

@IndivisibleEB @IndivisibleSF
 
It’s haunting that on the day we honor Dr. King, his words could have been said yesterday.
If you watch one thing today, make it MLK on the filibuster in 1963:

“I think the tragedy is that we have a Congress with a Senate that has a minority of misguided senators who will use the filibuster to keep the majority of people from even voting”

pic.twitter.com/i59tqKnG6P
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
You cannot remember Dr. King and dismember his legacy at the same time. To celebrate him is to support voting rights, a livable wage, and health care.
 
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Today is a day ON not OFF. This morning we lift up the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by taking our fight for voting rights to the streets of our nation’s Capitol. #MLKDay2022 #DCStatehood #VotingRightsNow @BlackVotersMtr ✊🏾♥️
 
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
In reply to @IndivisPrescott
Arizona is turning out to #DeliverForVotingRights today, are you listening @SenatorSinema?
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Our 16th #FightBackFriday & 19 freedom fighters threw down!
4 days until the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act is debated on the Senate floor.
4 days to frame the narrative: a choice between protecting the freedom to vote - or not.
4 days for us to LEAVE IT ALL ON THE FIELD.
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
You know how folks will sometimes try to say what MLK would think about some issue and pull out some random quote? Well this ain’t that.

Dr. King was *crystal* clear about the filibuster then, and he’d be crystal clear now. #EndTheFilibusterNow
#FreedomToVoteAct #VotingRights
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Come on out TOMORROW #Bucks folks and join @IndivisibleLNH on their #VotingRights car caravan and ensure we pass the #FredomtoVoteAct
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
Indivisible West PHX's @Pathom3333 is about to join @thelauracoates on @SIRIUSXM to talk about why she's not giving up on the fight for voting rights. Tune in now!
 
We know exactly what Dr. King would say about the filibuster today, because he said it in 1963.
 
A fun fact about apologies is that “here is a longer explanation of why what I said is an appropriate comparison and I’m sorry if that offended anyone” is not an apology
For my Jewish friends, and all others, my sincere apologies. pic.twitter.com/gyZm1onCOb
 
Love it. Don’t get cold feet, pass the Freedom to Vote Act!
 
Congratulations to Dr Cook on her historic nomination to the @federalreserve. Building an economy that works for ALL depends on experienced diverse voices. We look forward to her swift confirmation.
whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
A poem I wrote:
Twas the #FilibusterFriday before the big day
To decide whether to call aye or naye
and vote on the bill that the people say
is the most important policy today. 🧵
 
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
I just called 25 people in Arizona and got 5 of them to call Sinema’s office about the #FreedomToVoteAct. Don’t doom scroll or tweet your hot takes, sign up for a shift 👇
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
This is the squeeze before we get the juice, ya’ll! Have faith that all 50 Senate Democrats will deliver voting rights on MLK Day. The weight of history is on their shoulders. Keep calling your Senators to let them know you support their yes vote on changing the rules.
 
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
People keep saying Manchin has said for months that he won't "weaken or eliminate" the filibuster. YES, WE KNOW THIS. What we don't know is whether more modest changes count as "weakening" it. He has been vague on that question for months. Stop giving him credit for clarity.
 
Thread. Senator Sinema says she wants a debate - so let's talk about what would make the Senate work, and what's at stake if it doesn't.
Sen. Sinema's remarks on the Senate floor today were egregious, frustrating--but not unexpected. Despite what she had to say, this is not the time for Senate Democrats to accept defeat and go home. Sen. Sinema says she wants a robust public debate – so let’s have one.
 
just a reminder that the Supreme Court made everyone involved in hearing the vaccine mandate case take a PCR test in advance, guaranteeing a level of protection that is wildly out of reach for nearly every worker affected by this decision
 
just a reminder that the Supreme Court made everyone involved in hearing the vaccine mandate case take a PCR test in advance, guaranteeing a level of protection that is wildly out of reach for nearly every worker affected by this decision
 
The Supreme Court has been captured by the Republican Party.
A lot of legal experts on here gave assurances that Biden's vaccine mandate was clearly allowed by law and precedent. If you haven't yet figured out that this Supreme Court doesn't care about those things, you are not a legal expert
 
Leah Greenberg Retweeted ·  
i strongly doubt this line of thinking will end at vaccine mandates, and strongly suspect the conservative justices will expand this reasoning to conclude that NO federal agency has the authority to issue any rules and regulations at all
 
And because the filibuster gives them the power to unilaterally veto any legislation. If you want actual bipartisan compromise, you have to reform it.
Dem leaders gave Manchin lots of time time to round up GOP votes on this and they ended up with one Murkowski vote for John Lewis bill. Republicans talked to Manchin but made the decision to not engage on these bills … because they oppose them
 
 
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