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  1. I was up this morning watching the past 5 episodes.... these women are so SHADY! OMG! Mariah said Quad without make up and a weave was like Mr. Potato Head lmao and when she said Toya could take her scooter and ride to H&R Block!!!!! I am not here for Quad at all.... she is annoying as sh-t. She wants Mariah to be bothered so bad. That mess with keeping them from going into the party was childish and leaving money at the door so Ayden and Mariah could make it home. Really b-tch? That is so petty considering that you were living out of your car and the Huqs put you up in an apartment when you first got to Atlanta. Mariah did not make Simone's dad's death about herself. I too would have been shocked that she invited Quad along to share such a profound and deep moment with her but I did not even receive a phone call. Mariah goes way back with Simone and knows her family... Quad just got on the scene and was introduced to Simone via Mariah. It's hurtful. Lisa Nicole has such low self esteem. I believe that Darren is gay chile. All the extra sh-t about how he couldn't get off and how he missed his flight. He was laid up for three days with one of his hoes in LA. Tacky Toya.... this bitch is so uncouth and ignorant. Her husband is a weak ass man and I wasn't her for her going in on LN for being the spa with Simone. Simone asked her to be in there you buck toothed broad. Heavenly's storyline is dry.... she has not changed and I am confused on when this journey was supposed to have taken place? Jackie is f-cking stunning and her fashions have been ON POINT this season. Her face was beat for the gods in Hawaii. Her husband and his mole can go tf away. He is bitter and feels inadequate. Ain't nothing worse than a big ass insecure ass man.
  2. RHOA: Are they going on a trip this year? Were there any hints on social media that they were going out of the country?
  3. They can't talk about white privilege in a state that is land stolen from the Mexicans they hate so much? Oh.
  4. First of all it's not "Obamacare". That's the damn problem, people have politicized the AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, and have been hellbent on gutting it because of who backed it. It's funny because the AFFORDABLE CARE ACT is similar to a bill sponsored by a myriad of Republicans in 1993 (Health Equity and Access Reform Bill, also known as HEART). The GOP is trash. They are about to strip 20 million people of health care because of their intense hatred of President Obama. I am disgusted.
  5. Not happening. DAYS will end on NBC. Nobody wants it, it's an ancient property with no potential for substantial growth.
  6. I'm perched. Obama please save us!!!
  7. President Obama holding press conference tomorrow at 2:15pm EST
  8. Black women's rights are constantly under attack. They are not able to seek the shelter of patriarchy like black men or white supremacy like white women. They saw through Trump's BS because he was against their fundamental rights as human beings in all aspects. Black women tried to save the world from Trump but they couldn't do it alone. Black women vote at rates equal to or surpassing white voters, while black men and other minorities lag much farther behind. Just a little more voter participation from non-black women minorities and we would have had a President Rodham-Clinton I don't agree. She lost by slim margins in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. She should have been campaigning to black voters in Milwaukee, Philadelphia, and Detroit. She waited until the last minute to visit two of those states and never went to Wisconsin after the primaries. She didn't need the white working class to win and I am over the narrative that Democratic party is in some sort of crisis. She will have 3 million more votes than Trump when it's all over and the 2020 Dem candidate won't have nearly the same obstacles as Hillary (political baggage, unfavorability, voter fatigue, etc. )
  9. These folks out here losing their jobs over Trump. What a hateful loser.
  10. Hillary Clinton campaign joining recount effort.
  11. Hillary won Virginia, we don't need to worry about that state and have Trump turn it red lol
  12. I donated to the recount in the Rust Belt states. It probably won't change anything but f*** it! This is the future of the country we are talking about.
  13. Predictions do not make a site credible. Lord we really do live in a post-fact society. If a news source isn't stanning for your candidate it is a conspiracy or an outright lie.
  14. Hillary's tenacity is just so admirable. America really screwed themselves out of a great president.
  15. Myths Democrats Swallowed That Cost Them the Election Some of my favorite tidbits from the article: The first big criticism this year was that the DNC had sponsored “only” six debates between Clinton and Bernie Sanders in some sort of conspiracy to impede the Vermont senator. This rage was built on ignorance: The DNC at first announced it would sponsor six debates in 2016, just as it had in 2008 and 2004. (In 2012, Barack Obama was running for re-election. Plus, while the DNC announced it would sponsor six debates in 2008, only five took place.) Debates cost money, and the more spent on debates, the less available for the nominee in the general election. Plus, there is a reasonable belief among political experts that allowing the nominees to tear each other down over and over undermines their chances in the general election, which is exactly what happened with the Republicans in 2012. Still, in the face of rage by Sanders supporters, the number of DNC-sponsored debates went up to nine—more than have been held in almost 30 years. Plans for a 10th one, scheduled for May 24, were abandoned after it became mathematically impossible for Sanders to win the nomination. Almost every email that set off the “rigged” accusations was from May 2016. (One was in late April; I’ll address that below.) Even in the most ridiculous of dream worlds, Sanders could not have possibly won the nomination after May 3—at that point, he needed 984 more pledged delegates, but there were only 933 available in the remaining contests. And political pros could tell by the delegate math that the race was over on April 19, since a victory would require him to win almost every single delegate after that, something no rational person could believe. Sanders voters proclaimed that superdelegates, elected officials and party regulars who controlled thousands of votes, could flip their support and instead vote for the candidate with the fewest votes. In other words, they wanted the party to overthrow the will of the majority of voters. That Sanders fans were wishing for an establishment overthrow of the electorate more common in banana republics or dictatorships is obscene. (One side note: Sanders supporters also made a big deal out of the fact that many of the superdelegates had expressed support for Clinton early in the campaign. They did the same thing in 2008, then switched to Obama when he won the most pledged delegates. Same thing would have happened with Sanders if he had persuaded more people to vote for him.) According to a Western European intelligence source, Russian hackers, using a series of go-betweens, transmitted the DNC emails to WikiLeaks with the intent of having them released on the verge of the Democratic Convention in hopes of sowing chaos. And that’s what happened—just a couple of days before Democrats gathered in Philadelphia, the emails came out, and suddenly the media was loaded with stories about trauma in the party. Crews of Russian propagandists—working through an array of Twitter accounts and websites, started spreading the story that the DNC had stolen the election from Sanders. (An analysis provided to Newsweek by independent internet and computer specialists using a series of algorithms show that this kind of propaganda, using the same words, went from Russian disinformation sources to comment sections on more than 200 sites catering to liberals, conservatives, white supremacists, nutritionists and an amazing assortment of other interest groups.) She was playing the long game—attacking Sanders strongly enough to win, but gently enough to avoid alienating his supporters. Given her overwhelming support from communities of color—for example, about 70 percent of African-American voters cast their ballot for her—Clinton had a firewall that would be difficult for Sanders to breach. When Sanders promoted free college tuition—a primary part of his platform that attracted young people—that didn’t mean much for almost half of all Democrats, who don’t attend—or even plan to attend—plan to attend a secondary school. In fact, Sanders was basically telling the working poor and middle class who never planned to go beyond high school that college students—the people with even greater opportunities in life—were at the top of his priority list. I have seen the opposition book assembled by Republicans for Sanders, and it was brutal. The Republicans would have torn him apart. And while Sanders supporters might delude themselves into believing that they could have defended him against all of this, there is a name for politicians who play defense all the time: losers. Here are a few tastes of what was in store for Sanders, straight out of the Republican playbook: He thinks rape is A-OK. In 1972, when he was 31, Sanders wrote a fictitious essay in which he described a woman enjoying being raped by three men. Yes, there is an explanation for it—a long, complicated one, just like the one that would make clear why the Clinton emails story was nonsense. And we all know how well that worked out. Then there’s the fact that Sanders was on unemployment until his mid-30s, and that he stole electricity from a neighbor after failing to pay his bills, and that he co-sponsored a bill to ship Vermont’s nuclear waste to a poor Hispanic community in Texas, where it could be dumped. You can just see the words “environmental racist” on Republican billboards. And if you can’t, I already did. They were in the Republican opposition research book as a proposal on how to frame the nuclear waste issue. Also on the list: Sanders violated campaign finance laws, criticized Clinton for supporting the 1994 crime bill that he voted for, and he voted against the Amber Alert system. His pitch for universal health care would have been used against him too, since it was tried in his home state of Vermont and collapsed due to excessive costs. Worst of all, the Republicans also had video of Sanders at a 1985 rally thrown by the leftist Sandinista government in Nicaragua where half a million people chanted, “Here, there, everywhere/the Yankee will die,’’ while President Daniel Ortega condemned “state terrorism” by America. Sanders said, on camera, supporting the Sandinistas was “patriotic.” The Republicans had at least four other damning Sanders videos (I don’t know what they showed), and the opposition research folder was almost 2-feet thick. (The section calling him a communist with connections to Castro alone would have cost him Florida.) In other words, the belief that Sanders would have walked into the White House based on polls taken before anyone really attacked him is a delusion built on a scaffolding of political ignorance. The people who hate Trump but proclaimed they were #NeverHillary played themselves. They are not the same person, they are not friends, Hillary did not ask him to run so she could win easily, and Hillary would not have put someone from Breitbart as her chief strategist and have a bunch of Ku Klux Klan supporters as potential cabinet picks. But carry on with your conspiracy theories that Bernie was robbed because he won caucus states where 500 people voted in a high school gymnasium statewide.