We are now up to 𝟔𝟗 current or former 2020 congressional candidates who have endorsed or given credence to QAnon. The newest addition is Shiva Ayyadurai, a Senate candidate in Massachusetts. https://t.co/yM8gPNJOhq pic.twitter.com/26KPX3fuNc— Alex Kaplan (@AlKapDC) July 30, 2020
I do wonder when the traditional political media will start to realize that QAnon is not a fringe element.— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) July 30, 2020
People are stuck inside watching YouTube videos all day looking for quick, magical answers. QAnon provides that. It is a sizable part of the American electorate. https://t.co/WLlRsAh4Hi
I really can't see how the "Fact Check" sidebar in @googlenews does anything other than raise the profile of fake news— Chris Anderson (@chr1sa) July 29, 2020
This nonsense would never have entered my imagination if Google hadn't put it on the News front page.
Guys, this isn't working. Kill it.
cc @elatable pic.twitter.com/cxM85aKwGF
In 1996, Herman Cain, then head of the National Restaurant Association, helped freeze the tipped minimum wage at $2.13 an hour. It hasn't budged since. I wrote about it here: https://t.co/Y48CWKahsy pic.twitter.com/tMeyoCqjDf— Maddie Oatman (@moatman) July 30, 2020
This is a conversation between two journalists on the ground in Portland. pic.twitter.com/1KZtU3G8IR— Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) July 29, 2020
The park is now being de-benched pic.twitter.com/tKtRcnlMXa— Rebecca Ellis (@Rjaellis) July 30, 2020
Great thread here of conservatives attacking Biden in April for suggesting that Trump wants to delay the election. https://t.co/eydlwK1HMk— Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) July 30, 2020
Family is bingeing "Game of Thrones" for the first time, and I don't know why this never occurred to me, but the first season is basically the story of a guy who really, really believes that political norms will protect him.— James Poniewozik (@poniewozik) July 30, 2020