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Yo Mama like it from the back

Dayum, you done gone 'round the bend.


Fox News's Chris Wallace discredited President Trump's claims that mail-in voting is susceptible to fraud, arguing Friday "there really is no record of massive fraud or even serious fraud from mail-in voting."

"I've done some deep dive in it, there really is no record of massive fraud or even serious fraud from mail-in voting," Wallace, who anchors "Fox News Sunday," told "America's Newsroom" on Friday morning.

"It's being carried out in Republican states, it's being carried out in Democratic states, there's no indication that mail-in voting as opposed to in person voting tends to favor one party over another," Wallace said.

When anchor Ed Henry asked if it was possible that a ballot mailed in could be swapped with another by someone receiving the mailed-in ballot, as Trump has suggested, Wallace was skeptical.

"What he's saying is you can't trust the U.S. mail," Wallace replied. "I don't know, that strikes me as kind of a reach here, and the history is that mail-in ballots are honest, and there was very little indication of fraud."

Nope. I will put on my mask and make a quick dash to the liquor store and get some cognac. Will probably have a light barbecue in the back yard.

My chapter is throwing him a release party. ya'll wanna come? :popcorn:

I might. Lets see how this Corona is acting.

Demings' co-sponsorship of the "Blue Lives Matter" law will be problematic for quite a few blacks.

I think the effect would be minimal if any effect at all.

:clap: :clap:..........great news. I always thought 28 years was a tad excessive anyway. Perhaps now he can be reunited with his family.

And, Wildman, we need to go ahead and put it out there right now before Kwame’s haters jump in here with a glaring omission from your post.

Kwame is a FAMU THERE!!  :lol:

And he's an Alpha that pledged at Beta  Nu.   :lmao:

Politics / Re: Biden on "The Breakfast Show" didn't go well
« on: May 22, 2020, 12:47:55 PM »
So, what needs to happen now is for Joe to be assigned a sort of “black babysitter” who will advise him to exercise caution and discretion when addressing a black audience. I think Joe has fallen into that white liberal trap of thinking he KNOWS black people. And, therefore, can make the kinds of “cute” comments he uttered on The Breakfast Club.

News flash, Joe: Being the loyal VP to the first black president does NOT confer on you “honorary black” status.

I couldn't agree with you more. Maybe Karine Jean-Pierre can keep him corralled.  :no:

Biden serving as Obama's Vice-President trumps( :)) all that other stuff in the minds of mainstream Black America.

According to a Quinnipiac poll released on May 20, 81 percent of black voters back Biden, while just 3 percent support President Trump, in the 2020 election. Biden drew on widespread support among African Americans to beat Senator Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) in the Democratic primary. The former vice president received the endorsement of House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D., S.C.), the highest-ranking African American member of Congress.

(WWJ) Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick will be released from federal prison, according to unconfirmed reports — most likely due to the pandemic.

According to a Friday news release from the Ebony Foundation, Kilpatrick has been granted early release after serving only seven years of his lengthy sentence.

Kilpatrick was sentenced to 28 years behind bars, convicted in 2013 on 24 felony counts of public corruption for a criminal racket involving extortion, bribery, conspiracy and fraud. Prosecutors said he used his positions as a state representative and then mayor to enrich himself and his friends.

He was not expected to be paroled until 2037.

After a fellow inmate of Kilpatrick's died of COVID-19 at the federal prison in Oakdale, Louisiana, Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon was among those who said letting the ex-mayor out should be looked at, as prisons have shown to be breeding grounds for the virus.

Politics / Re: Biden on "The Breakfast Show" didn't go well
« on: May 22, 2020, 11:41:33 AM »
Joe definitely should not have said that.  :no: However, I don't think he's going to lose many Black votes for saying it.

Damn Joe! You gotta have more control than that.


Politics / Trump says US won't close over second COVID-19 wave
« on: May 21, 2020, 08:01:31 PM »
President Trump said Thursday the United States would not shut down in the case of a second coronavirus wave.

"People say that's a very distinct possibility. It's standard. And we're going to put out the fires. We're not going to close the country. We're going to put out the fires," Trump told reporters during a tour of a Ford manufacturing plant in Ypsilanti, Mich., when asked if he was concerned about a second wave of COVID-19.

Trump expressed confidence in the country's ability to contain future outbreaks, referring to them as "embers."

"Whether it's an ember or a flame, we're going to put it out. But we're not closing our country," the president continued.

All 50 states have announced plans to begin loosening restrictions meant to curb the spread of the coronavirus, opening their economies at varying speeds so that Americans can begin to return to normal life.

States like Texas, North Carolina and Arizona have reported rising numbers of coronavirus cases as they've embarked on reopening plans.

Pandemic Politics: Maskless Trump Visits Michigan Ford Plant

YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Pandemic politics shadowed President Donald Trump's trip to Michigan on Thursday to highlight lifesaving medical devices, with the president and officials from the electoral battleground state clashing over federal aid, mail-in ballots and face masks.

Trump visited Ypsilanti, outside Detroit, to tour a Ford Motor Co. factory that had been repurposed to manufacture ventilators, the medical breathing machines governors begged for during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

But his arrival came amid a long-running feud with the state's Democratic governor and a day after the president threatened to withhold federal funds over the state's expanded vote-by-mail effort. And, again, the president did not wear a face covering despite a warning from the state's top law enforcement officer that a refusal to do so might lead to a ban on Trump''s return.

2004 presidential campaign
Jean-Pierre was the southeast regional political director for John Edwards' presidential campaign.[1]

2008 presidential campaign
She was the southeast regional political director for Obama for America campaign.[1] During the first Obama term, Jean-Pierre served as the regional political director for the White House Office of Political Affairs.[5][6]

2012 presidential campaign
In 2011, Jean-Pierre served as National Deputy Battleground States Director for President Obama's 2012 re-election campaign.[6] She led the delegate selection and ballot access process, while managing the political engagement in key states.[1] She provided resources to help states determine "the best way for them to get the word out for the campaign."[5]

2020 presidential campaign

Jean-Pierre currently serves as a senior advisor to Former Vice President Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign.

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