You can, but should you? I respectfully but vehemently disagree w/ @ScottGottliebMD & Mark McClellan's support of an emergency @US_FDA vaccine approval Their new @WSJopinion starts w/ assertion of FDA trust, despite flagrant evidence to the contrary
On This Date: 14 years ago, a "flagrant personal intentional foul" abruptly ended a game we would have liked to have seen the end of.
It’s crazy how flagrant all this is and how virtually no one in the DNC/MSM will even touch it. How five members of Joe Biden’s family got rich through his connections.
15 years ago, a "flagrant personal intentional foul" ended one of the most highly contested basketball games in recent memory.
Romney not just voting to convict, he’s ripping Trump anew: “An appalling abuse of public trust” “A flagrant assault” on our elections “Perhaps the most abusive and destructive violation of ones oath of office that I can imagine."
I am DONE with the NBA on this. Draymond Green suspended? Hiding behind a Flagrant 1. This is some straight BS. Absolute TRAVESTY!
Never before have we had a Supreme Court nominee where over 90 % of his record is hidden from the public. Never before have we had a nominee display flagrant partisanship and open hostility at a hearing. And never before have we had a nominee facing allegations of sexual assault.
The President, through his lawyer, called on DOJ to end Mueller probe. Obstruction of justice is no less a threat to our democracy when done in the open than behind closed doors. Every representative should condemn this flagrant abuse of power or stop pretending devotion to duty.