Trump African Americans
No Kanye, 400 Years Of Slavery Wasn't "A Choice"
“When you hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years? That sounds like a choice. You was there for 400 years and it’s all of y’all. It’s like we’re mentally in prison. I like the word prison because slavery goes too direct to the idea of blacks. Slavery is to blacks as the ...read more
No Donald, Your Approval Ratings With Black Americans Hasn't "Doubled". It Has Halved.
For reasons best known to himself, Donald Trump decided to post an easily disprovable lie on Twitter today that his approval rating with black Americans has doubled: Of course it hasn't doubled -- to the contrary, Trump's approval rating among black Americans has more than ...read more
Yes, Ben Carson Just Referred to African Slaves as "Immigrants" Pursuing "Prosperity and Happiness in this Land"
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson has now solidified his standing as Black America's leading sellout with comments regarding slavery so incomprehensibly stupid and offensive it is a wonder he is aware of his own ethnicity. Speaking on Monday to department ...read more
MEMBERS ONLY: Donald Trump Knows Nothing (Black History Edition)
Throughout President Trump's campaign and especially during his transition and first several days in office, it ought to have been more than obvious that he knows absolutely nothing. Worse, he compensates for his staggering post-Bush level of intellectual laziness by bullshitting ...read more
This Photo of Donald Trump in a Black Church Wins the Internet
(image via the Guardian) Donald Trump visited the Great Faith Ministries, a black church on the west side of Detroit this weekend, and was caught in perhaps the funniest pose of his presidential election campaign. Leave aside the fact that the visit was about as genuine as his ...read more
Trump's Outreach to African-Americans Is Actually a Dog-Whistle to His White Nationalist Base
If Donald Trump is legitimately attempting to reach out to African-American voters, he's doing a horrible job of it, which comes as no surprise. At rallies in North Carolina and Michigan late last week, Trump outlined a series of talking points, recited from dreaded teleprompters ...read more