May 21, 2020 8:15 AM HomeMorning ReadsMorning Reads – Thursday, May 21, 2020 Morning Reads – Thursday, May 21, 2020 By Jessica Szilagyi Morning Reads 4 Comments Good morning. Did you know that it was on this day 201 years ago that the first bicycle was seen in the United States? Now you do, so here’s some news: Peaches. Another lawsuit over social media blocks – this time, a Georgia lawmaker.Because the ‘regular’ scooters have been such a raging success.Georgia Congressional delegation asks for federal help on Arbery case.City of Savannah thinks Ethics ordinance will resolve issues.Another poll.The state plans to unravel the makeshift hospital at the GWCC.Everyone is JUST learning that we had a dispute over a Supreme Court seat.Covid-19 and Georgia farm workers…on top of everything else. Jimmy Carter. Group used cell data to track people at anti-lockdown rallies.Government told you not to do something, then gov’t messed up, and you’ll pay the price.The trickle of cities planning to file bankruptcy continues. States that do ‘vote by mail’ may be short on federal funds.Illinois lawmaker removed because he wouldn’t wear a mask. Sweet Tea. The upside is that people are more willing (and able) to do things for themselves.What a miserable way to do the park.Could this BE anymore exciting? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author Jessica Szilagyi 4 Comments xdog Trump and Kobach and the other voting fraud alarmists never seem to have problems with major mail-in groups like military voters or 65+ voters. Yours are tainted, mine are pure must be true for voters as well as motives. May 21, 2020 10:46 AM Log in to Reply Dave Bearse Remember when Trump highlighted absentee ballot fraud when Georgia sent absentee ballot applications to all voters like Michigan has done? Neither do I. Remember it when Republicans complain Dems are politicizing COVID-19. May 22, 2020 10:20 AM Log in to Reply Mr. Bear The makeshift hospital at the World Congress Center treated a total of seventeen patients. I’m sure that it is just a matter of time before the self-appointed experts will be harping on the fact that taxpayer dollars were wasted. Of course, they say so from the cozy confines of their ivory towers after the storm has blown past us. Everybody looks smart in hindsight, but coming into the height of the health crisis, we had no idea just how bad things were going to be. I’m thankful that we had the resources at hand to be prepared in this way. Even if we didn’t use it. May 21, 2020 2:26 PM Log in to Reply bethebalance Well, I’m still in a wait-and-see mode. But even if it was just an exercise in preparedness, it was worth it. The actual equipment also won’t be wasted. May 21, 2020 3:09 PM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.