Biden to Dobbs critics: “Keep protesting. Keep making your point. It’s critically important. We can do a lot of things to accommodate the rights of women. In the meantime, fundamentally, the only way to change this is to have a national law that reinstates Roe v Wade.” (WH pool)— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) July 10, 2022
Under the law, no matter where you live, women have the right to emergency care — including abortion care. In no uncertain terms, HHS will enforce this. pic.twitter.com/anf9KdySYP— Secretary Xavier Becerra (@SecBecerra) July 11, 2022
BREAKING: President Biden just announced that Medicare facilities will be required to perform abortions that save the mother’s life *regardless of state law*— Ariel Kelley (@ArielKelley) July 11, 2022
This decision will save lives. So grateful for @POTUS's leadership.
And so what if somebody sues - OF COURSE somebody will sue, and it will go all the way to SCOTUS because that's the chaos that the Court should have realized it would instigate when it made its awful decision.
Biden administration says hospitals must provide abortions in emergencies: The Biden administration on Monday said federal law allows women access to abortion in emergency situations, even in states that recently banned the procedure. via NBCNews https://t.co/IlBEPM6P2Q— Jeffrey Levin 🇺🇦 (@jilevin) July 12, 2022
My story today: How the GOP crackdown on abortion could upend red/blue state competition for jobs & businesses— Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) July 11, 2022
Harder now for CEOs to treat red-state social policy as a sideshow
“I’ve spoken to C.E.O.s who are rethinking those states,” says @SecRaimondohttps://t.co/SaNi8Epe04
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe is beginning to effect college enrollement in red states, as more and more female students are rethinking their applications in states that block their right to abortion.— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) July 11, 2022
BREAKING: A California doctor proposes a "floating abortion clinic" in the Gulf of Mexico aboard a ship in federal waters, outside the reach of Republican-controlled state laws. RT IF YOU SUPPORT THIS IDEA!— Occupy Democrats (@OccupyDemocrats) July 11, 2022
Texas is threatening employers with $100K fines if they assist employees in seeking out-of-state reproductive health care. I'm sure that they and the other red states will do everything possible to ensure forced births or penalize Women seeking this care.— Hondo Resists ☮️ 💔🌻 I stand with Ukraine! 🌻 (@HondoResists) July 11, 2022
And another "well, finally" moment here -- the New York Times has written a detailed article about the glacial pace of the so-called "investigation" of Trump by the Department of Justice.
In Nova Scotia with appropriately sloganed coffee mug... pic.twitter.com/PnKmeyCY2F— Margaret E. Atwood (@MargaretAtwood) July 11, 2022
1/ Today the New York Times published a report by @ktbenner and @GlennThrush that offers a rare peek behind the curtain at DOJ and how they have investigated the January 6th attack.— Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti) July 12, 2022
It's full of revelations and worth a read. https://t.co/yQWoBloUOC
How is this possible?— Peter Strzok (@petestrzok) July 11, 2022
I’ve defended DOJ and the FBI for a long time about January 6th. But it’s time for Congress to start asking questions. pic.twitter.com/UmoE1q4Ggb
This is what we’d feared. Some without trial advocacy or investigative experience told us not to worry, and we worried anyway because we could see none of the necessary investigative or trial-prep steps were being taken. And what do you know—the experts were right, DOJ is a mess. https://t.co/QPmv3Az36l— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) July 12, 2022
The excellent New York Times story today about DOJ's slow walk of J-6 investigation has rightfully received a lot of attention. But @AdamSchiff has been brave and out front telling us that he has seen no evidence of a DOJ into Trump himself for almost a year. This is 2 weeks ago. pic.twitter.com/WSkPWTUgc2— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) July 12, 2022
The thing about Trump barnstorming around the country while the DOJ decides if he's liable for January 6th is he's inciting the next one in that interim. It's like deciding whether to charge him for shooting a guy on 5th Avenue as he's pulling out another gun.— Schooley (@Rschooley) July 11, 2022
And here is recognition of how hard our our political leaders and our civil service worked to try to keep Canadians safe:
Absolutely superb summation of where we are with the new #COVID19 variants, and why it's still so important to reduce the spread. Cuts through fogs of disinformation and rumors in typical @edyong209 fashion - bravo. https://t.co/QmyNcTPz35— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) July 11, 2022
Since nobody else wants to say it, it may get as well be me. Know who I trusted most during Covid? The government. Specifically the Horgan Government in BC and the Trudeau Government in Ottawa. I knew that they were serious about the necessary new rules and distributing vaccines— Charles Adler (@charlesadler) July 11, 2022
The world noticed. Canadian media loathe to do so. https://t.co/nFCSgCBmnf— Jymn (@ParrettJim) July 11, 2022
In breaking news, the Texas power grid is failing again, as temperatures soar:
The public sector got us through two years of pandemic, vaccinated everyone who wanted one, and kept several million Canadian households from going bankrupt. But the commentariat has declared Canada broken because they have to wait for their passports?— Gerald Butts (@gmbutts) July 11, 2022
That sound about right?
If guns needed to be refrigerated, the Texas power grid would never fail.— somepeoplelikeit (@sumpeoplelikeit) July 11, 2022
Hi! I'm a sound editor for film and TV. It's my job to turn the volume waaay down when people are talking and then crank it hard when things are exploding and clangin' around. I hope you've been enjoying my work :)— Nate Fernald (@natefernald) July 11, 2022