“I haven’t read that report.” 🤔 Gov. Bill Lee plays dumb about Trump’s admission that he intentionally “downplayed” a virus that has killed 190,000 Americans, including ~2000 Tennesseans.
LISTEN 🎙 A new episode of "FLOODS OF JUSTICE" is LIVE!
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) September 2, 2020
Who chooses the President, the people, or the Electoral College? “It’s complicated,” says Sandra Rice’s guest Dr. Andrea Hatcher, professor of politics and pre-law at The University of the South. The founders would be surprised that we are still using this system despite its flaws and threat to democracy. Would the popular vote be a more equitable way? How could this be changed? Please vote.
LISTEN 🎙 a new episode of "What About Us?" is LIVE!@sandrafrice55 talks to @Prof_Hatcher, Professor of Politics at @univofthesouth, about the flaws in the Electoral College and how to make our system more democratic.
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) August 27, 2020
Watch our LIVE issues forum with 4 of the candidates running for senate in Tennessee: Marquita Bradshaw, James Mackler, Robin Kimbrough Hayes, and Mark Pickrell.
Hosted by Stephen Elliott of the Nashville Scene. Presented by Indivisible Tennessee and the Holler.
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) June 4, 2020
Congressman Steve Cohen joined us LIVE!
Check out the podcast here, and some clips below.
WATCH: “Trump is a NARCISSISTIC, SOCIOPATHIC, GRIFTING, LYING, MISOGYNIST, ADULTERATING CRIMINAL. And when he leaves office he should be prosecuted.” @RepCohen did NOT hold back. 👀🔥
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) May 14, 2020
CLIP: “Tennessee giving up OVER $1 BILLION A YEAR not EXPANDING MEDICAID is a CRIME… and #MedicareForAll would help us a lot.”
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) May 13, 2020
David Weissman was an avid Trump supporter, actively trolling folks on twitter. He saw the light when Sarah Silverman took the time to talk to him, and has become a proud Democrat.
“When you learn to have empathy, your heart feels lighter.”
Rep. Jim Cooper talks about the Coronavirus and what we should learn from it.
This is the first in a series of essays: “A QUESTIONABLE FUTURE – TENNESSEE HIGH SCHOOLERS TALK CLIMATE”
Srihita Adabala is 16 years old, attends Ravenwood High School, and part of The Sunrise Movement – Franklin “building an army of young people to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process” – contact them: firstname.lastname@example.org