Right-wing media is a farce. Limbaugh blusters about an anti-Iran protest crowd that was actually a Trayvon Martin protest crowd.
CNN broadcast horrific music while running a segment about a 203 year old black woman who still drives a car. How callous and frankly borderline racist>
103yo driver.. But the real news story is that *music* they played, umm.. Someone at CNN is in trouble!
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Liberals Unite is reporting on a U.S. News and World Report story about a GOP candidate for the 2016 nomination has been ordered to stand trial on abuse of power charges. Rick Perry again makes US History.
Dennis Rodman endorses Donald Trump for the GOP nomination in 2016. How about a Mediaite look at Rodman's past endorsements. Trump should be proud and happy about the endorsement.
Have you ever been in a state of partial or total intoxication and wondered to yourself, “Say, exactly which politicians has former NBA starDennis Rodman endorsed?” Well, wonder no longer.
In 2014, Rodman became the first person to ever say “I love Kim Jung-Un” without a Kalashnikov pointed at the back of their head.
“I am not going to sit there and go in and say ‘hey guy, you’re doing the wrong thing’,” he said of the North Korean dictator. “That’s not the right thing to do. He’s my friend first. He’s my friend. I don’t give a sh*t.”
“I tell the world: he’s my f***ing friend, I love him.”
2. Vladimir Putin
“You know, he’s actually cool,” Rodman also said in 2014 when he met the autocrat during a trip to Russia. “I’m not going to say – I’m not talking about politics, I ain’t about politics…this was my first time meeting him. He just walked in shook my hand and left with all his people. I just stayed there and had a good time at his restaurant.”
3. Donald Trump
It what is likely an embarrassment for the first two names on the list, today Rodman also endorsedDonald Trump.
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Your conservative social media at work. During a recent campaign speech Hillary Clinton forayed into perceptions of race. She frankly stated that there are "well meaning" white people who experience fear at the sight of a black man in a hoodie.
The Federalist posted 13 seconds of the speech for opportunity to disparage Clinton from a couple of perspectives.
While one perspective of "questioning" from the writer related to the flak a conservative would catch for posing such a comment is probably valid, additional concerns are typically conservative. A key factor related to the 13 seconds is no conservative would "go there." Why? Clinton used the words "well meaning." When it comes to social America there are few "well meaning" white conservatives when it comes to matters of race. Actually, for black conservatives, I do not find acceptance of racial/social America. They work far too hard for acceptance by the 92% whites who comprise their party. They will suppress their innate feelings of such issues or they factually clone their white counterpart to the extent, they literally share the bigotry and racism.
The classic example.
Newsone's Kristen West Savali