The federal government has sent generators, blankets, water, and other critical supplies to Texas, but local organizations on the ground need help. Here’s how you can pitch in. https://t.co/gp6PaGe87G
— President Biden (@POTUS) February 20, 2021
THREAD/ As Texans begin repairs on broken pipes and other damage from hard-hitting winter storms, these consumer tips can help you with the insurance claims process. #txlege #TexasFreeze #TexasBlackout pic.twitter.com/GUjZyCOyDV
— Texas Watch (@TexasWatch) February 20, 2021
One last update (I think!): We just hit $5 million raised for Texans across the state.
Thank you ALL for your collective action when people need it most.
Charity can’t replace policy, but solidarity is how we’ll face climate change and build a better world. ??????
Thank you ???? pic.twitter.com/RzdgXllXoS
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) February 22, 2021
"I think what you have is people who are in government who don't believe in government at a time that we all need government to work," Beto O'Rourke says about Sen. Cruz. "And in Ted Cruz, you have someone who actually tried to overthrow the govt."https://t.co/kI5Ir5qCzh
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 20, 2021
— Democratic Coalition (@TheDemCoalition) February 20, 2021
In the last 48 hours, Secretary Julián Castro's People First Future has raised more than $335,000 from more than 6,200 donors for Feeding Texas, the largest hunger relief organization in the state.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 21, 2021
How come the media isn't spinning it that way? How come "unity" can only mean "giving the GOP what it wants"?
— Elie Mystal (@ElieNYC) February 19, 2021
If you're a Republican who thinks that Democrats are only raising money for Texas to make Republicans look bad, I'd be happy to give you a list of people in need in blue states so you can own the libs with some donations of your own.
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) February 20, 2021
Hospital workers collected rainwater, people lined up at a running tap in a park, and university professors raised money so their students could afford meals. As their state collapsed in a winter storm, millions of Texas residents found ways to survive.
— The Associated Press (@AP) February 21, 2021