On this weekend of “Bloody Sunday,” I am remembering my hero and parishioner, the late Congressman John Lewis. During this Women’s History Month, I am also thinking about the women of the movement, including my other parishioner, the incomparable Xernona Clayton. https://t.co/MdK3qyTYsM
This is dangerous and unacceptable for a member of Congress. We're entrusted to serve and represent all of our constituents. This extreme and violent rhetoric only fans the flames of division, and we've just seen how deadly those flames can be. https://t.co/pVhR2pSWes
I received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. It's important that we trust science and listen to experts, continue to social distance, and wear a mask. I pray that as we take these steps, we can fight this pandemic, ease the burden on our essential workers, and recover. https://t.co/sJPmUChxp1
While today’s terrible display of terror and meanness shakes us, let’s remember: @ossoff, Jewish son of an immigrant & @ReverendWarnock, first Black Senator from Georgia, will join a Catholic POTUS & the first woman, Black + Indian VP in our nation’s capital. God bless America.
#ReverendWarnock has won.#JonOssoff will win, 17,000+votes ahead - only Blue areas left to count. The power of a Senate majority is the ability to decide what comes to the floor for votes. #BlueSenate #EveryVoteCounts Tell your friends and children! https://t.co/c3n3xcUlIe