Rapper Lil Pump has endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection just days before Election Day. Lil Pump posted the following video to his Instagram Sunday, saying ” F— sleepy Joe.”
In an unbelievably dishonest and deceitful manner the party that promoted slavery, segregation, Black Codes, Jim Crow and racial terrorism get to wipe the slate clean by pretending that, with Nixon collusion, the Republicans stole all of their racists. This is a foolish notion. The less racist the South became, the more Republican it became.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden has a long history with segregationists in the United States Senate.
President Trump may have found himself an unpredictable ally in the rap community; Ice Cube. On Tuesday (Oct. 13), Katrina Pierson, a senior advisor for the Trump administration, announced that Ice Cube has been working with the President of the United States to develop his Platinum Plan for his presidential campaign.
Hunter Biden introduced his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, to a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm less than a year before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the company, according to emails obtained by The New York Post.
Comedian Chris Rock has said that the tenure of former US President Barack Obama was a “progress for White people” and not the Black population, per Fox News.
Seven people have died and at least 42 others wounded in Chicago gun violence this weekend, per the Chicago Sun-Times.
President Trump’s plan for Black America designates the KKK and Antifa as terrorist organizations and calls for making lynching a national hate crime, while pledging to increase access to capital in Black communities by nearly $500 billion, according to Fox News.
14 were shot, three fatally, Monday alone in Mayor Lightfoot’s Chicago. And Monday’s violence followed a weekend in which nearly 40 were shot, six fatally.
Kentucky lawyer and attorney general, Daniel Cameron. Cameron explained why Taylor’s death was not a murder, why the two officers who shot her were justified in using deadly force, why the law prevented him from deciding on his own whether the officers ought to be charged in her death.
He was calm, knowledgeable, in command of the truth— exactly what some Kentucky Democrats fear might make him a political force for years to come. This could possibly be the toughest moment yet in his political career.