"The formula of soap operas makes it really hard for an African-American to get any traction. There’s always a family that’s central to the story on a soap opera, and if the show loves you, you will turn into the long-lost brother or you will get married, which is easy to do for a white character. But as an ethnic person, they bring you on to be smart. You get to be the lawyer or the doctor for the family. No one sees where you live, they never bring you home. There might be one episode in February where they talk about your family because it’s Black History Month. Your character might be on once every three weeks. You walk into a room and you say something really smart and noble, and then you walk out. And you only make money when they write for your character. You couldn’t win the game as a person of color, no matter how talented or beautiful you were."
Nothing will come of it, though. They'll "investigate," Trump's people will lie (and blame it on Hillary/Obama), they'll determine no further action need be taken, and we will have to draw a new line for Trump to cross (which he will - and in record time).
At this point, Trump could literally gun down someone in cold blood, and we STILL would have to question why he hasn't been forced out of the election.
It wouldn't be DAYS w/o bringing back someone from the dead. But, yes, I had wondered the same about Orpheus, too. (Also, how [!@#$%^&*] random is it to bring back Orpheus? Who's next? Kellam Chandler?)