"Back In Time" and ",Ia"
Two posts that our fans heavily engaged with this week. One drew our ire, the other one puzzled some of us for a minute or two, but it was great fun.
Our Facebook fans sometimes get excited about a specific post. In this case, there was an overwhelming amount of chatter (comments) about this particular post, which is about a Republican’s efforts to turn back time.
This Facebook post reached over 400 people. It was liked, commented on or shared by 113 people. View Facebook Post Here
Many of the fan’s comments were encouraged, up to 16 likes for one comment. We will share a few of the most popular comments.
Shel Montgomery: We watched folks in other states stand in line for hours and hours to vote; no thank you. (15 likes)
Sharon Herting: You’ve got to be kidding. (6 likes)
George Kishor Forson: Vote him out. (5 likes)
Beth Vogel: Ridiculous! You have to show ID to register and signatures are checked. Find something actually important to do. (6 likes)
Jan Reinhardtsen: A good plan all legislators supporting his plan should stand in the cold for 11 or 12 hours! (4 likes)
The Fun Post
Walks, observant friends, and camera phones are a great combination. A friend found this on her neighborhood walk. Hello, Madame Vice President.
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This Facebook post reached over 550 people. It was liked, commented on or shared by 68 people.
Kamala Harris - Three Views
Madame Vice President 1
Some Republicans appear to be having difficulty pronouncing Kamala Harris’s first name. Here is her response to them.
This was the most popular Facebook post of the week and reached 1,006 people as of 11/12/2020. It was liked, commented on or shared by 220 people; it left our usual orbit of people viewing our posts, and has found its way into the viral world for an additional 596 people.
Madame Vice President 2
Women have always been half the population, but it has taken this long to be elected to one of the highest offices. But now that we have begun, look out!
This is a popular piece on our public Facebook page that reached 373. It was liked, commented on or shared by 84 people.
Rosa, Ruby & Kamala
Not only is Kamala Harris the first woman in this important position, she also is the first mulit-racial woman, and identifies herself as black. We have come a long way, and may this be only a beginning. She has profoundly affected all the young women of the country in that they too can aspire to the highest positions in government and business.
“I am soo looking forward to the message that this sends not ONLY to girls, but also our boys. It is as much a powerful important message of inclusiveness and equality to all of the future leaders of our world”, commented Beth Croughwell, one of our public Facebook fans.
This Facebook post reached over 600 people. It was liked, commented on or shared by 90 people.