Adam Servianski

Adam Servianski


Senior Editor, @TheAtlantic adam@theatlantic.com

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Although the picture is not necessarily complete, with the release of the Eastman memo, we can count at least five ways Trump and his entourage attempted to overthrow the 2020 election and install himself in power.

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Carlson has been very clearly endorsing the old "race suicide/white genocide" rhetoric of 1920s eugenicists for years, defended by conservatives who would rationalize anything up until the precise magic words are said (and we now see, beyond that)

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Hard to disagree with a single word in this letter.

I meant to link to @Yamiche 's tweet, not sure why that didn't work.

I am apparently in the minority of comic book fans in having no desire to see another story about Superman being a mass murderer

“What if really powerful people were … bad?” Is actually a story we seen in real life all the time, thanks

Here is my entire contribution to the Passing casting conversation

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I’ll be pleasantly surprised if Roma beat Lazio without Pellegrini but that is one of the most unjustified red cards I’ve ever seen.

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The president is threatening violence against people who protest him

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The question is now: how many Republican officials were profiting off their secret foreknowledge of a mass casualty event while the president and his propaganda network were assuring everyone that the coronavirus was “contained?”

When they say they’re willing to die for the economy what they mean is they’re willing to let you die for the economy.

Watching the Roy Moore re-endorsements I'm reminded of the many, many times I've seen white people on cable news arguing black culture is excessively tolerant of criminal behavior.

That Chance tweet is an example of a larger problem, which is viewing the presidency as a vessel for your hopes and dreams rather than as a job that requires particular skills/talents/temperament/knowledge to do well

The first big vote by mail controversy was FDR wanting to help the troops vote but the Dixiecrats freaking out that doing so could help enfranchise black people. Anyway just a random historical fact obviously unrelated to anything today

Black writers spent five years saying what this was, where it came from, and where it could lead. Their critics snickered about “wokeness,” condescended from their columns, think tanks, and tenured positions, and lied to themselves thinking they’d never have to face it.

Call me when OLIVE oil is under $2 a barrel

If they get away with this it will be worse next time. I promise you.

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