his tweets are just

anonymous asked:

Can you please delete the pictures that Jungkook tweeted today? They deleted them because it shows their location and don't want people to go there. You can post them again when they left LA or blur the background. Thank you

can you please put out a text post about why jungkook deleted the tweet ( because it showed their location ) and say not to follow them out there. i’m only sending this because you reposed the deleted photos.

wait did they delete that tweet lol you saw it pretty quick

how you caught that deleted tweet is beyond me

Hi everyone, I just wanted to say sorry for the uploaded tweet. We’re all pretty quick to update and the mod who did so was already online, saw it immediately and therefore posted it. She honestly did not realize it had been deleted because she went on to do a bunch more updates and didn’t notice. I wasn’t home at the time of this, but when I came home and went online later I realized what had happened and have since deleted the tweet. Again, I apologize.. and I really hope you can understand.
- Kristi



It seems like forever, but it was just one year ago that Donald Trump was elected president. So what have we learned about the presidency and who is running the country? 

1. The first big thing we’ve learned is that Trump is not really the president of the United States – because he’s not governing.

A president who’s governing doesn’t blast his Attorney General for doing his duty and recusing himself from an FBI investigation of the president.

A president who’s governing doesn’t leave the top echelons of departments and agencies empty for almost a year.

He doesn’t publicly tell his Secretary of State he’s wasting time trying to open relations with North Korea. Any president with the slightest interest in governing would already know and approve of what his Secretary of State was doing.

He doesn’t fire half his key White House staff in the first nine months, creating utter chaos.

A president who is governing works with his cabinet and staff to develop policy. He doesn’t just tweet new public policy out of the blue – for example, that transgender people can’t serve in the military. His Secretary of Defense is likely to have some thoughts on the matter – and if not consulted might decide to ignore the tweet.

He doesn’t just decide to withdraw from the Paris Accord without any reason or analysis.

A president who is governing works with Congress. He doesn’t just punt to Congress hard decisions – as he did with DACA, the Iran nuclear deal, insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act, and details of his tax plan.

He doesn’t tell a crowd of supporters that he’s ended the Clean Power Plan – “Did you see what I did to that? Boom, gone” – when any such repeal requires a legal process, and must then withstand court challenges.

Instead of governing, Donald Trump has been insulting, throwing tantrums, and getting even:

Equating white supremacists with people who protest against them. Questioning the patriotism of NFL players who are peacefully protesting police violence and racism.

Making nasty remarks about journalists, about his predecessor as president, his political opponent in the last election, national heroes like Congressman John Lewis and Senator John McCain, even the mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico.

Or he’s busy lying and then covering up the lies. Claiming he would have won the popular vote if millions hadn’t voted fraudulently for his opponent – without a shred of evidence to support his claim, and then setting up a fraudulent commission to find the evidence.

Or firing the head of the FBI who wouldn’t promise to be more loyal to him than to the American public.

A president’s job is to govern. Trump doesn’t know how to govern, or apparently doesn’t care. So, logically, he’s not President.

2. The second thing we’ve learned is that Trump’s influence is waning.  

Since he lost the popular vote, his approval ratings have dropped even further. One year in, Trump is the least popular president in history with only 37 percent of Americans behind him.

Most Republicans still approve of him, but that may not be for long.

He couldn’t get his pick elected to a Senate primary in Alabama, a state bulging with Trump voters.

Republican senators refused to go along with his repeal of the Affordable Care Act. And they’re taking increased interest in Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.

Business leaders deserted him over his remarks over Charlottesville. They vacated his business advisory councils.

NFL owners have turned on him over his remarks about players. Tom Brady, who once called Trump “a good friend,” now calls him “divisive” and “wrong.”

There’s no question he’s violated the Constitution. There are at least three grounds for impeachment – his violation of the emoluments clause of the Constitution by raking in money from foreign governments, his obstruction of justice by firing the head of the FBI, and his failure to faithfully execute the law by not implementing the Affordable Care Act. And a fourth if he or his aides colluded with Russia in the 2016 election.

But both houses of Congress would have to vote for his removal, which won’t happen unless Democrats win control in 2018 or Republicans in Congress decide Trump is a political liability.

3. The third big thing we’ve learned is where the governing of the country is actually occurring.

Much is being done by lobbyists for big business, who now swarm over the Trump administration like honey bees over a hedgerow of hollyhocks.

But the real leadership of America is coming from outside the Trump administration.

Leadership on the environment is now coming from California – whose rules every automaker and many other corporations have to meet in order to sell in a state that’s home to one out of eight Americans.

Leadership on civil rights is coming from the federal courts, which have struck down three different versions of Trump’s travel ban, told states their voter ID laws are unconstitutional, and pushed police departments to stop profiling and harassing minorities.

Leadership on the economy is coming from the Federal Reserve Board, whose decisions on interest rates are more important than ever now that the country lacks a fiscal policy guided by the White House.

Most of the rest of leadership in America is now coming from the grassroots – from people all over the country who are determined to reclaim our democracy and make the economy work for the many rather than the few.

They stopped Congress from repealing the Affordable Care Act.

They’re fighting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s plan to spend taxpayer money on for-profit schools and colleges that cheat their students.

They’re fighting EPA director Scott Pruitt’s crusade against climate science.

And Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s attempts to tear down the wall between church and state.

They’re fighting against the biggest tax cut for the wealthy in American history – that will be paid for by draconian cuts in services and dangerous levels of federal debt.

They’re fighting against the bigotry, racism, and xenophobia that Trump has unleashed.

And they’re fighting for a Congress that, starting with next year’s midterm elections, will reverse everything Trump is doing to America.

But their most important effort – your effort, our effort – is not just resisting Trump. It’s laying the groundwork for a new politics in America, a new era of decency and social justice, a reassertion of the common good.

Millions are already mobilizing and organizing. It’s the one good thing that’s happened since Election Day last year – the silver lining on the dark Trump cloud.

If you’re not yet part of it, join up.


Thanks to @trevorcolliins for bringing these Jeremy tweets to my attention and letting me add them on here. He was also responding to some of the negative comments on his original tweet 

*More Support*

Just an early compilation of some of the tweets from RT and RT-related people about the recent bullshit from Trump. 

From a trans person to anyone in the community who needs to see the support. 

The fight is not over. We are not stopping. We are still here. 

Please feel free to add on! If you’d like you can send them to me to add on as well!

(A bunch of others are also retweeting positive things so far)

(Someone addressed Barb using “transgendered” which is not the right term, and she apologized quickly and explained that she wasn’t aware but would learn from it)

B.A.P are people who don’t judge, don’t discriminate, don’t hate, doesn’t forget values and principles, never forgets morals, tries to actively spread happiness and love in the world, values their parents, values every human and the list could go on.

My point is if you believe in good then stan Bap. I might be biased but I have damn good reasons to be. *proud*

Oh my god i went to this guys house the other night for sex and afterwards i got hungry so i stole a cup of yogurt out of his fridge and his roommate just tweeted this 😂😂😂😂

I really can’t get over how messy Harry Styles is. Like. That fucking bitch is one breath away from dropping 5 copies of his album on random street corners and tweeting out their coordinates just to sit in a car down the street and laugh as people knife each other for a copy.

@thatsthat24, in MS Paint! It’s annoying working with no layers but in all honesty, as much time it takes, it really calms my anxiety/dark thoughts. So I decided hey, why not draw Thomas again? Since he always manages to make me smile with his videos and just by simply liking my tweets, I figure he’s always the best person to draw.

Plus, how can you not draw this adorable little bean?? Like what?? Haha

Hope you like it, Thomas!!

anonymous asked:

If harry doesn't tweet, he truly is restricted as well, everyone around him went extra so we knew he was happy about it and appreciative and its' important to him because of everyone tweeting about it, he did last year so I think theres' definitely something with him as well.

Everyone around him tweeted including his managers, stylist, mother, sister, band mates. If he could, he would. This was a fan voted award, and I don’t think for a second that he would completely ignore that. I too think he was not allowed to tweet about this and I really really wonder why.


Countdown to Hobi’s birthday: TODAY

Q: But Hoseok, what do you think is at the end of this beautiful moment?

Hobi: At the end of this beauty… Even if it’s ‘hwayangyeonhwa’… I don’t think it can last forever. There will be an end. I think this uncertainty, this future, has given me great fear. There always will be bigger obstacles and moments that won’t shine as much as it does now. But whenever I think about that, I think I can go through that. Just… When that moment comes that doesn’t shine like now, and gives me a lot of hardships and pain, I just want to find another 'hwayangyeonhwa’ in that moment. Thinking about that… I always overcame my fear. And not just me, but the team BTS is made of stuff that can overcome hard times. I’ve been with this team for 7 years, so I have a lot of love and faith in this team. Our team can overcome all those hard times and pain. BTS can do anything. I am really grateful that so many fans love us. It’s only been 3 years, but this is the team that can go for dozens of years. So to A.R.M.Y. who’s always by our side supporting us, I want to say “thank you” again.


I didn’t mess up, right?