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Donald Trump took to his Twitter account to tell everyone what is an acceptable way for African-Americans to protest and what is not. While facing a massive backlash over his comments on black football players taking a knee during the national anthem to silently protest against racial inequality and police brutality, the former reality show star tweeted that locking...
Our vain and shallow 'president' is now seeking some positive reinforcement regarding his choice of Melania as his third wife. The Trump Make America Great Again Committee has just sent out a three-question poll which actively solicits feedback on whether or not supporters have a favorable opinion of the First Lady and want to see her take a more active public...
At Sunday's Detroit Lions game, Rico Lavelle took a knee after singing the national anthem in solidarity with the players who are being blasted by Donald Trump for their silent form of protesting against racial inequality and police brutality. While at least 500 NFL players have made plans to take a knee today during the anthem, this is the only...
Noted activist Shaun King, who regularly breaks stories that white reporters won't touch, has confirmed this morning that more than 500 NFL players intend to demonstrate today during the playing of the national anthem, in response to Donald Trump's wild weekend of racism and hyperbole. Over 500 players have communicated to me that they intend on demonstrating today. — Shaun King...
Former NFL head coach Rex Ryan blasted Donald Trump during a segment on ESPN Sunday morning over the former reality show star's remarks about players taking a knee during the national anthem. Ryan, a Trump supporter, said he was "appalled" and "pissed off." However, when he introduced Trump at a rally in Buffalo during the 2016 election and endorsed...
President Dotard's demand that African-Americans should be forbidden from protesting in a silent manner has backfired. Multiple players on the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars took a knee during the national anthem Sunday at the first NFL game since the former reality show star's criticism of players protesting against racial inequality and police brutality. Trump has unified the country against...
In what has been a major toddler temper tantrum, President Donald Trump has managed to alienate players, team owners, and entire professional sports franchises with his racist bullshit. It started Friday during a stump speech in Alabama in support of Senate candidate Luther Strange. Speaking in what seemed like an off-message rant, Trump mentioned the National Football League (NFL)...
On CNN last night, Erin Burnett questioned former Defense Intelligence Agency director James Clapper about Russian interference in the election. She asked him about Trump's reaction to those intelligence briefings. "When we briefed him, if you're speak of the briefing on the 6th of January, he was very curious, complimentary and he did listen," Clapper said.….repubhubembed{display:none;}
Donald Trump's white supremacy was front and center again at a rally in the heart of Confederacy when he called black NFL players “sons of bitches” and demanded they be fired for kneeling during the national anthem. During the rally for U.S. Senate candidate Luther Strange in Alabama on Friday, Trump was referencing the practice of African-Americans kneeling peacefully during the...
Last night at a rally for Luther Strange, Trump's pick for US Senate from the state of Alabama, he went on a bizarre rant about the NFL and players who protest during the national anthem. Appealing to his racist base, Trump said that owners should fire any player who does so. Trump got so fired up, in fact, that he...
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