jeremy scahill

jeremy scahill


independent journalist, co founder of @theintercept. VP at gobias industries. host of @intercepted podcast. subscribe: https://t.co/LRvvxkLT7v

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Have you not seen Trump’s repeated attacks on Obama golfing during his presidency? It has nothing to do with vilifying golf.

@TomPaineToday  If you actually are interested, I’ve written my perspective on the horrible choices we face this election:

Yeah, I was just naming a few lies as part of a specific pattern. There’s a deep well full of lies in that career.

@wellstoneghost  @ggreenwaldI  @T_Callanan’@mtaibbive  spent 3.5 years attacking every aspect of Trump’s policies and lies and I’ll put my record against yours any day of the week. I’m sorry it offends you that I’m not a cheerleader for corporate Democrats and believe in holding them accountable as well.

@TravelngSerpent  Accurately pointing out very recent and in many cases repeated lies of a candidate who once had to withdraw from the presidential race because of lying and plagiarism is digging up dirt? Durrr. Mmmkay.

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Hatred for Bernie Sanders doesn’t address how atrocious Joe Biden’s public record is. It doesn’t address his constant lying about his role in civil rights and being arrested in apartheid South Africa. It doesn’t cancel out how disoriented and confused he is.

The richest person in the world, Jeff Bezos, had a meeting to discuss how to smear a warehouse worker who demanded a safe workplace for his colleagues. You can share your thoughts on it with former Obama WH spokesman and current Amazon PR hack @JayCarney :

My two step plan: Government bailout for the people. GoFundMe for Wall Street.

The Sanders response to coronavirus and what should be done is infinitely better than the one put out by Biden’s handlers. Not even in the same universe. Sanders lays out a plan for everyone with special focus on the most vulnerable people in our society.

It is so obvious, but it is shameful that we are not seeing every single Democrat in this country fighting like hell for Medicare for All, UBI at a *minimum* of $2,000 a month, canceling rent and mortgage payments and a ban on denying health care to anyone for financial reasons.

The @nytimes  deleted this tweet and also did an unacknowledged edit of this out of their story. Brave.

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The US system distilled into an easy to read graphic.

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Why I will not appear this week on Real Time with Bill Maher.

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