All deleted tweets from politicians

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RT @calxandr: RT @calxandr: As embarrassing as it is damaging: twitter.com/globeandmail/s…

RT @dirtbagg: I illustrated the cover for Lisa Moore's new collection of short stories! Lisa is great. The last time I was in Newfoundland, she picked me up from the airport and immediately showed me the salt cod she happened to have in her trunk. houseofanansi.com/products/somet… https://t.co/jWLY51vM58

RT @francoislegault: Je suis tellement fier de la réponse de nos vedettes québécoises depuis hier. Ensemble, on propage l’info, pas le virus! Voici un message important de notre meilleur influenceur, le Dr Horacio Arruda. À partager sur tous les réseaux sociaux. https://t.co/AJ4Mn3tROS

RT @ayasofyamuze: #Goodmorning! We wish you a #GreatDay for this splendid shot of #HagiaSophia. It’s that time of the year again #MuseumWeek ... This year Museum Week is focused on society and tolerance, and today’s theme is #cityMW 📸 Alan Brutenic 👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/gKHLU8KDpv

RT @ONheritage: (3/3) However, compromises made with slaveholding members of the Legislative Assembly meant that full emancipation of enslaved people would not come until 1834. Find a plaque dedicated to Chloe Cooley & the Act on Niagara Parkway at Queenston Heights : bit.ly/3iOpIFt

RT @ONheritage: (2/3) Her screams of resistance and the violence of the incident were reported to Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe, who created the Act in response.

RT @calxandr: The challenge is not to 'manage expectations' but to end Taliban violence as enabled, funded & supported by Pakistan's military & intelligence establishment. twitter.com/saadmohseni/st…

RT @ONheritage: (1/3) Today is the anniversary of the passing of the Act to Limit Slavery in Upper Canada in 1793. What sparked its passing? Chloe Cooley, a Black woman enslaved by a Loyalist, was forcibly bound and sent across the Niagara River to be sold in New York in 1793. https://t.co/pq2K1ogQMg

RT @mariamamini: I found out I was a SuShi when the Iraq War started. My father is Sunni (a Sayyid) & my mother Shia. I jokingly call myself SuShi but I was raised as just Muslim. Sunni & Shia was rarely discussed in our Afghan-American home. It’s the sad month of Muharram.m.timesofindia.com/life-style/eve…

@BrettEHouse @quinngreg If if adjusted for worst-case under-reporting, per capita COVID deaths in Japan (& Germany, Nordics, Australia/NZ, Korea) are far, far lower. Canada made catastrophic decisions to keep the border open & reallocate resources away from LTC when we should have done the opposite.