The world is in serious need of more people like Wendell Berry. — Lee Potts ? (@LeePottsPoet) August 5, 2018

Happy Birthday, Wendell Berry! His poem, "The Peace of Wild Things" is a favorite of mine. — Kelli Russell Agodon (@KelliAgodon) August 5, 2018

It's amazing how they seem to be completely unaware of the cognitive dissonance that streaming off them like their sweat as they walk back their car after the rally. How is it possible to be this oblivious and still be able to breathe? God help us. — Lee Potts ? (@LeePottsPoet) August 5, 2018

Struggling economy? What the heck is Huck even talking about? How long do these people think they can keep denying reality without it eventually catching up with them. This is truly insane. — Lee Potts ? (@LeePottsPoet) August 5, 2018

Even if what he said here was true, should any of us be comfortable with the president of the United States, the person that is supposed to represent all that is best about our country, using Twitter to call anyone stupid? — Lee Potts ? (@LeePottsPoet) August 5, 2018

DEAR #MAGA: On this day, your hero and idol Donald Trump publicly admitted to a #TrumpTower meeting between his senior campaign team and Russian operatives to get dirt on his opponent. Do you dare to pretend such open #collusion by a Dem wouldn't lead to immediate #impeachment? — Peter Daou (@peterdaou) August 5, 2018

On his birthday, here’s lots of Wendell Berry in ⁦@poetrymagazine⁩ — Don Share (@Don_Share) August 5, 2018

That if a US President won the election in cahoots with the KGB, the American people would rise up and toss the bum out! #DumbThingsIBelieved — Bryan Behar (@bryanbehar) August 5, 2018

Offers of help from Moscow during presidential elections: Kennedy in 1960: Declined. Humphrey in 1968: Declined. Reagan's opponents in 1984: Declined. Trump in 2016: Hell yeah, but let's just say it was about adoptions. — Casey Michel ?? (@cjcmichel) August 5, 2018

The LeBron James tweet is not minor. The President of the United States, a long-proven racist, used his platform to attack two black men last night, one of whom just started a school for at-risk kids. If you're not angry and ashamed for our country right now, we part company. — Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) August […]