- civil rights
She’s right about what our approach to this election must be.
Enough defeatism. These people are terrible. Let’s crush them. pic.twitter.com/c7ECKcKrpw
— PoliticsGirl (@IAmPoliticsGirl) May 8, 2022
Speak the truth.
If you watch one thing today make it this pic.twitter.com/5rybcqL14b
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) April 19, 2022
Don’t look away.
This guy is a volunteer who helps to exhume corpses from mass graves in #Bucha. To understand the horrors of #BuchaMassacre you need to look at his face. The emotions of this young man show it… pic.twitter.com/CQf44k75TH
— Inna Sovsun (@InnaSovsun) April 15, 2022
Aiming for maximum damage with which to blame Biden.
this needs to be spread everywhere pic.twitter.com/4sH4pclg4I
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) April 13, 2022
I continue to believe that Ukraine has an absolute right to self-defense, and to territorial integrity. I hope the NATO states respond as quickly as possible with the necessary weapons.
Without additional weaponry, this war will become an endless bloodbath, spreading misery, suffering, and destruction. Mariupol, Bucha, Kramatorsk – the list will be continued. Nobody will stop Russia except Ukraine with Heavy Weapons. #ArmUkraineNow pic.twitter.com/miSOL5zvuA
— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) April 13, 2022
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will join the Supreme Court as an Associate Justice later this year.
Congratulations, Judge Jackson! pic.twitter.com/NlW0ATvqyn
— Brenna Parker (@BrennaParker46) April 7, 2022
A remarkable, important, uplifting day for our nation.
The atrocities Russia is perpetrating are not just in Bucha. From the Guardian:
Nate Mook also works with World Central Kitchen, and they have reached Trostyanets.
On a two-day visit to the town, the Guardian found evidence of summary executions, torture and systematic looting during the month of occupation, but it will a take a long time to catalogue all the crimes the Russians committed in places like Trostianets.
I’ve never seen devastation like this. I’m in Trostyanets in Ukraine, which was occupied by Russian troops for 30 days. We @WCKitchen brought food to railway workers cleaning up & met the mayor. There is no food here at all—everything was looted. We start deliveries this week! 🇺🇦 pic.twitter.com/XegCAbMD7A
— Nate Mook (@natemook) April 5, 2022
It’s not clear how many citizens were killed in Trostyanets. The Guardian says it may be over 50, but it will be a while before we know the full toll. That’s probably true in Borodyanka as well, because so many people left the city as the Russians came in. But as you can see in the video below, the city was crushed much as Bucha was.
Footage from Borodyanka, a liberated town in Kyiv Oblast, shows one destroyed building after another.
Prosecutor General earlier said that Borodyanka has the most victims among the liberated cities in Kyiv Oblast but hasn't revealed the numbers.
Source: Governor Oleksiy Kuleba pic.twitter.com/fEXJ93FM8r
— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) April 5, 2022