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Politics / Re: Racist democrat withdraws donation
« on: Yesterday at 11:24:26 AM »
You said  he had no problem with the governor’s blackface. Apparently, that is not true.

How is it clearly racist to withdraw a donation because the party allowed a person who has been accused of rape to speak.   :shrug:

How do you prove Fairfax’s race was the primary reason the donation was withdrawn.

Politics / Re: Racist democrat withdraws donation
« on: Yesterday at 10:08:28 AM »
April 1, 2019 at 11:54 AM EDT

After Va. scandals, Democratic donor says women and people of color should lead

CHARLOTTESVILLE — Hedge fund manager Michael Bills was the top individual donor to Gov. Ralph Northam’s election campaign, but he’s disappointed with the scandal-plagued Democrat and looking to back new candidates — young, progressive, maybe even a black woman for governor.


Once the photo emerged, showing one person in blackface and another wearing Ku Klux Klan garb, Bills put out a statement urging Northam to resign.

Politics / Re: democrats proudly campaigned on 'quid pro quo'
« on: February 16, 2020, 08:36:10 AM »
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected president dayum near 90 years ago. :lol:

Did  Roosevelt conditioned the delivery of military aid to foreign country on the foreign country’s president launching an investigation of a political rival. :shrug:

This is an apples to oranges comparison.

....and they called Obama the deporter in chief.  :no:

Your president, Donald John Trump, is so far behind Obama in deportations he probablu will never see the light of day.

Our former President Obama never had to send elite Border Patrol units into sanctuary cities to round up illegal immigrants who hadn’t committed any other crime.

ICE sets record for arrests of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record.

March 21, 2019

Federal immigration agents under President Donald Trump have set a new record for arrests of undocumented immigrants who don't have a criminal record, according to data released Thursday.

Trump administration cracks down on sanctuary communities
ICE sets record for arrests of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record

Federal immigration agents under President Donald Trump have set a new record for arrests of undocumented immigrants who don't have a criminal record, according to data released Thursday.

Under President Barack Obama, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents focused their efforts on arresting undocumented immigrants who had been convicted of crimes while living in the U.S. During Obama's final month in office, 82 percent of people arrested by ICE had a criminal record, meaning just 18 percent of all arrests were of people who were simply undocumented and had committed no other crimes.

....and they called Obama the deporter in chief.  :no:

I saw that Representative Gregory Meeks endorsed Bloomberg.

WASHINGTON — Rep. Gregory Meeks, the chairman of the Queens Democratic Party whose congressional district includes portions of southwest Nassau County, endorsed billionaire Mike Bloomberg’s presidential bid on Wednesday.

General Discussion Forum / Gayle King Accepts Snoop Dogg’s Apology
« on: February 15, 2020, 10:52:54 AM »
In a statement to the Associated Press, King said, “I accept the apology and understand the raw emotions caused by this tragic loss,” adding that she never intended to add to the pain that he was feeling.


Jabbar wrote:

When a man calls a woman a bitch because she does something he doesn’t like, he is nourishing the already rampant misogyny in society. But when a black man does it, he is perpetuating negative stereotypes about how black men perceive and treat women. That is harmful to the entire African American community.

Politics / Re: Widespread Non-Citizen Voting in Virginia
« on: February 15, 2020, 08:33:58 AM »
Article is from June 2017.

According to PILF data, since 1988 some 1,852 non-citizens succeeded in voting 7,474 times in Virginia.

That is about 400 votes per year for the entire State of Virginia. I divided 7,474 by 18 years


Conservative media are reporting on a study claiming that thousands of illegal votes have been cast in Virginia since 1988. However, the study's authors have reportedly used “unreliable methodology” before, its findings go against those of several other studies and experts on voter fraud, and a person inaccurately targeted in it has called it a “gross misrepresentation of the facts.” Additionally, the study was put out by groups known for spreading conspiracy theories and fables about voter fraud and intimidation and which have previously used dubious methodologies in their studies.



Illegal voting in Virginia? Yes. Massive? Doubtful.

In recent weeks, Capital News Service attempted to replicate the study’s methods and found that some noncitizens have indeed voted in Virginia, though not on a massive scale. Using the Freedom of Information Act, voter registration records and voter history data, CNS found that:

About 240 people who weren’t citizens had been registered to vote in 10 localities, mostly in Northern Virginia and the Richmond area.
28 of these noncitizens actually voted in an election before they were removed from the voter registration rolls.

They cast a total of more than 100 ballots

^^^^Yeah, but some folk would say Bloomberg is only apologizing because he knows he can’t win without the Black vote.

I’m going to vote for the Democratic nominee. However, at this time, I really ain’t feeling Bloomberg.

Embattled singer R. Kelly has been hit with new federal charges in Chicago adding allegations that he sexually abused another minor victim for four years starting in 1997.

A superseding indictment made public Friday alleged Kelly sexually abused a girl identified in the charges only as “Minor 6.”

The charges also seek for the first time forfeiture of all assets of Kelly’s production company, Bass Productions Ltd., as well as a company owned by his longtime business manager and co-defendant, Derrel McDavid.

Politics / Graham is Probing Origins of Russia Investigation
« on: February 14, 2020, 05:13:29 PM »
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is requesting interviews with a slew of current and former Justice Department and FBI officials as part of his panel's probe into the department's handling of the investigation into Russia's election interference and the Trump campaign.

Graham sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr on Friday asking that he make 17 officials, many of whom are identified only by title, available for interviews.

"As you are aware, the committee is continuing to investigate matters related to the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's handling of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, including the application for, and renewals of, a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act [FISA] warrant on Carter Page," Graham wrote in the letter, according to a copy obtained by CBS News

Graham notes in his letter that the committee will "additionally be directly contacting former Department officials to schedule transcribed interviews."

Graham has said he plans to call former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to testify as part of his investigation.

Graham, a top ally of Trump's, has vowed he will use his gavel to look into the origins of the Russia investigation and the decision to surveil Page, a former campaign aide.

"I'm going to get to the bottom of the FISA work process because it was an abuse of power of the Department of Justice, the FBI," Graham told CBS News on Sunday.

Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates swiped at President Trump in an opinion piece published Friday in The Washington Post, accusing him of using the Department of Justice (DOJ) as "his personal grudge squad" after the handling of Roger Stone's case.

"From virtually the moment he took office, President Trump has attempted to use the Justice Department as a cudgel against his enemies and as a shield for himself and his allies," Yates wrote. "The president has attempted to order up investigations of his perceived political enemies and enlist the department to protect his friends. With every blow, the wall of Justice independence has wobbled a bit more. This week, it teetered on the verge of collapse."

The op-ed comes after Trump asserted Friday that he has "the legal right" to insert himself into the Justice Department's handling of criminal cases. Those remarks came a day after Attorney General William Barr said in an ABC News interview that the president's tweets were making his job more difficult.


Hey fellows, hit the fast forward button. The Obama (aka Barry Soetoro era is over. I for one am glad. (The only reason he was above legitimate or real criticism by the main stream press was because he was black or at least half black going for all black.)

As far as I'm concern, this is a blatantly racist statement.  :-X

Please post Obama’s words that show he was meddling. The rest of your post is irrelevant to my inquiry.

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