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Don Lemon Tosses Trump Lawn Jockey Off CNN Network

Don Lemon just threw Trump Negro  off of CNN for lying about “fake news”. The subject was travel costs as related to the Chumph’s personal travel as “president”. Taxpayers are bearing unprecedented costs to protect his wife, living in New York, four children and their families, and the Chumph in the Whites Only House and the Mar-a-Motel-6 in Florida bursting the budget normally allocated for the protection of a real President and his family. Lemon’s parting words as he walked off set…”Don’t Come To This Network Again”

Lawn Jockey Football…Indeed.

 
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Posted by on February 20, 2017 in Black Conservatives, Chumph Butt Kicking

 

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Stacy Who? Gets Booted From Fox News

After dredging the sewers for Uncle Toms during the run up to the “election”, apparently Faux News has decided to do a Lawn Jockey reduction. First to be disappeared…Stacy Who? Dash. Employment opportunities are looking dimmer than midnight for the next 4 years.

Omarosa better look out too – because if she doesn’t get a job serving coffee in one of those short Maid’s outfits in the Whites Only House… She is next.

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Twitter lights up as Stacey Dash is cut from the Fox News lineup

Stacey Dash may continue speaking her mind on politics and the news of the day, but it won’t be for Fox News.

Fox News has decided not to renew Dash’s contract, The Hill reported on Saturday. The network, which recently announced the hire of former U.K. Independence Party head Nigel Farage (“Mr. Brexit,” to Donald Trump), also terminated the contracts of columnist George Will, who left the Republican Party in June, Republican strategist Ed Rollins, journalist Martin Kalb and columnist and radio commentator Cal Thomas.

Dash, the conservative-leaning actress and alumna of Paramus High School most widely known for her role in the 1995 film “Clueless” opposite Alicia Silverstone, joined Fox News as a contributor in 2014. During that time, Dash, who appeared on various Fox programs including “Outnumbered,” often drew the ire of social media. She was criticized for her controversial statements about the Oscars (she rejected a boycott of the ceremony due to lack of diversity in the nominees and later appeared in a Oscars bit as the new director of a minority outreach program, Black History Month (she doesn’t think it should exist) and BET (she doesn’t think it should exist, either).

In 2015, Fox suspended Dash after she used profanity in criticizing an address President Barack Obama delivered in the wake of the San Bernardino shooting. In 2016, Dash suggested that transgender people should go to the bathroom “in the bushes” rather than use bathrooms corresponding to their gender.

Dash’s memoir, “There Goes My Social Life: From Clueless to Conservative,” addressed the advent of her relationship with Fox, which arrived at a good time for her, after she endorsed Mitt Romney for president in 2012 with a highly scrutinized tweet. (Dash said she had voted for Obama in 2008.)

“On the day that I spent my very last dollar,” she wrote, “the Fox check came.”

 

 
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Posted by on January 23, 2017 in Black Conservatives

 

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The Chumph’s “Mediocre Negroes”

Things got a bit testy on CNN yesterday as Don Lemon asked for comment about Steve Harvey’s kissing the Chumph’s ring.

Wow! That was brutal.

CNN panel goes off the rails when Marc Lamont Hill slams Trump apologist as ‘mediocre Negro’

A CNN panel on Donald Trump’s meeting with comedian and television host Steve Harvey devolved into a shouting match after a panelist accused the president-elect of parading “mediocre Negroes” through his office.

Marc Lamont Hill, a CNN contributor and professor of African-American studies, wondered why Trump hadn’t invited any black policy makers or academics but instead had met with black celebrities and entertainers.

“To keep bringing comedians and actors and athletes to represent black interests is demeaning, it’s disrespectful and it’s condescending,” Hill said. “Bring some people up there with some expertise, Donald Trump. Don’t just bring up people to entertain.”

Bruce Levell, executive director of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump and former GOP chair for Georgia, sighed audibly and challenged Hill to explain what had transpired at the meeting between Harvey and the president-elect.

“I don’t see how anything I’ve said would prompt that question,” Hill said. “Unless Steve Harvey turned into a policy analyst in the behind-the-scenes meeting, it doesn’t matter whether I was there. My concern is the people he’s trumpeting up and putting in front of the cameras.”

Levell kept reminding Hill he hadn’t attended the Trump Tower meeting between the game show host and former reality TV star, and he claimed the transition team had been reaching out to a diverse coalition.

“It was a bunch of mediocre Negroes being dragged in front of TV as a photo op for Donald Trump’s exploitative campaign against black people,” Hill said. “And you are the prime example of that.”

 

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The Chumph and Steve Harvey – Two Sides of the Same Bad Penny?

Looks like old Steve has made hisself an “Uncle”, Tom that is – and slinks form to suffer the approbations…

Thinking on it…It certainly is true about the cheap suits.

Donald Trump and Steve Harvey: Two Peas in a Tacky, Misogynistic Pod

The president-elect and his latest ring-kisser are thrice-married TV hosts who share an affinity for backwards views on women and ill-fitting suits.

“They’re kind of beating me up on the internet right now for no reason, but that’s life, isn’t it?”

Steve Harvey, the stand-up comedian turned TV host, gave that statement to reporters following the intense backlash he received online for a series of racist jokes on his talk show targeting Asian men. Harvey has been at the center of two separate controversies this week: one stemming from the unfortunate segment, where he joked about Asian men’s supposed lack of desirability, and the other erupting after the Family Feud MC kissed the ring of President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower.

But Harvey is no stranger to controversy, and his shortcomings usually stem from his refusal to evolve past toxic beliefs regarding women and relationships. Harvey’s chauvinistic mindset represents that of an unfortunate cadre of American men—one that promotes female subservience, tasteless jokes about minority groups, and a willingness to meet a certified bigot halfway. It is the very essence of Donald Trump, a boorish, myopic man who wants to “make America great again” by returning it to the “good ol’ days” when “men were men” and you didn’t have to worry about “PC culture.”

In 2015, Harvey hosted a TV special called “What Men Really Think.” It featured 100 women earnestly asking for relationship advice while over 2,000 men in the audience loudly berated them, raining down boos and insulting the women’s looks. The comedian was forced to halt the proceedings for being “too rapey.” The Act Like a Lady author’s entire raison d’être concerns how women should make themselves more desirable to men, molding their looks and personalities to fit men’s needs. If that weren’t enough, he’s said that gay men are not “real men” and has taken it upon himself to refer to Caitlyn Jenner as a “he,” saying of her transition, “I have no concept of what that means.” Harvey’s transition from comedian to commentator has been marked by tons of these clumsy and contemptible moments that indicate he has serious issues with women and the LGBTQ community—issues he chalks up to good ol’ fashioned “values.

So when Steve Harvey walked into Trump Tower on Friday morning, what may have seemed like an odd pairing actually made more sense than most would like to admit. These two guys have similar histories, and because of that, Harvey believed they could work together.

“We’re going to team up and see if we can bring about some positive change in the inner cities which I felt was my only agenda and he agreed. And he wants to do something,” Harvey said. “He realizes he needs some allies in that department, he seemed really sincere about it.”

It’s been an ongoing theme since Trump won the 2016 presidential election: let’s work together. But that sense of collaborative recuperation appears wholly one-sided; there doesn’t seem to be very many members of the president-elect’s incoming cabinet—or high-profile supporters—who plan on walking back their rhetoric, let alone their troubling political records. But many people who were dismissing Trump a year ago are now eager to pretend that he plans to meet them halfway. Even Harvey dismissed Trump during campaign season.

“How do you let a dude who was on the cover of Playboy magazine and has been married 18 times be your president?” Harvey told The Daily Beast in February. “Now come on. Hell, then I qualify.”

But he also said this: “He’s very entertaining to me. I’ve got to tell you, I can’t take my eyes off of the man when he’s talking—mostly because I can’t believe he’s saying what he’s saying out loud.”

“But I like him, personally. I do! I think he’s exciting for politics,” he continued. “Politics haven’t been this exciting in a long time—or as confusing, ever, in the history of it. I think Donald Trump not being a politician is making a lot of people nervous who are politicians.”

After receiving scathing criticism on social media for his meeting with Donald “look at my African-American over here” Trump, Harvey explained how it happened.

“Our president [Obama] asked that all of us sit down and talk to one another in order to move our country forward,” Harvey wrote in a note shared on Twitter. “The transition teams on both sides asked me to meet and I’m glad I did.”

“Trump wants to help with the situations in the inner cities so he immediately got [HUD secretary nominee] Dr. Ben Carson on the phone to begin dialog in looking for programs and housing to help our inner cities and he’s very open to my mentoring efforts across the country.”

“I walked away feeling like I had just talked with a man who genuinely wants to make a difference in this area. I feel that something really great could come out of this. I would sit with him anytime.”

It’s a stretch to suggest that Trump meeting with Black entertainers will do much to heal any wounds suffered by Black Americans collectively, and it’s sad and disgusting that a growing number of Black entertainers seem willing to serve as these superficial signposts for an administration that has not presented itself as one that will work to prioritize the concerns of Black people. Trump just likes hanging out with famous folks.

It’s also especially frustrating because this door only swings one way. It seems highly unlikely that a Ted Nugent or Stacey Dash would’ve met with President Obama in an earnest attempt to “address issues” or “build bridges.”

Harvey’s fellow Kings of Comedy star, D.L. Hughley, took a much different path in addressing the incoming president. Hughley unleashed an angry harangue at the president-elect, citing his birtherism and history of discrimination as factors for why he will never respect Donald Trump.

“It amazes me that to convince Black people that Donald Trump cares about them, he takes pictures with celebrities,” Hughley said in a video posted on Instagram. “If Donald Trump cared about Black people, he would not have denigrated the President with those claims of ‘birtherism.’ He would not have stoked fears and racist fears, saying that this man is less than, or not one of us to become President.”

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Posted by on January 16, 2017 in Black Conservatives, The Clown Bus

 

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Rev Eddie Long…Dead.

Atlanta institution and controversial “Bishop” Eddie Long is dead at 63.

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Bishop Eddie Long, controversial and influential megachurch leader outside Atlanta, dies age 63

The influential and controversial megachurch leader Bishop Eddie Long has died at age 63, his New Birth Missionary Baptist Church said.

Long had been battling cancer for a long time, reports CBS Atlanta affiliate WGCL.

In a statement, the church said: “Bishop Long was known as one of the most influential faith leaders in the world. He stood strong as a Kingdom Builder, pioneering leader, and revolutionary mind changer. Long was a family man and spiritual leader who was well respected and loved for his passion to unapologetically and courageously preach the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

The bishop was well-regarded in Lithonia, just outside Atlanta in DeKalb County, home to one of the most affluent African-American communities in the U.S. Long has been the senior bishop of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church for nearly 30 years.

WGCL reports he grew the congregation from 300 when he started to more than 25,000 today. Along the way he built an international televangelist empire that included athletes, entertainers and politicians.

Long’s wife, Vanessa Long, filed for divorce in 2011 after a string of sexual infidelity allegations involving young men. She stayed legally married to Long, however, and released a statement marking his passing.

“I am confidant through my belief in God that my husband is now resting in a better place.  Although, his transition leaves a void for those of us who loved him dearly, we can celebrate and be happy for him, knowing he’s at peace,” Vanessa Long said.

Long, who has been an outspoken opponent of gay marriage, built his empire with charisma and a prosperity Gospel message that told followers God would reward the faithful with wealth. It was an idea he embodied, sporting jewels on stage, living in a mansion and driving a luxury car.

In 2011, Long settled a case involving allegations of sex between him and four teenage boys. The four young men accused him of using his power to influence them into sexual relationships with him.

Long’s first wife, Dabara S. Houston, claimed the pastor physically abused her when she was seven-and-a-half months pregnant with their only child.

Long has also been accused by former member of misusing and losing retirement funds.

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Posted by on January 15, 2017 in Black Conservatives, Giant Negros

 

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Tossing Uncle Ben Softballs

It would seem the Democrats aren’t really going to oppose the nomination of Uncle Ben Carson as head of HUD – despite obvious disqualifiers.

What they should be doing is nailing this spineless glob of jellyfish shit of to the wall on making real answers.

Elizabeth Warren’s questions are the only one’s which have come close so far.

 

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Letting You Mouth End Your Career – Kim Burrell

The rather cruel thing here is Gospel singer Kim Burrell was speaking to a congregation of folks who probably believe just as she does.Her is her rant about the KGBT community –

Now, Kim makes her living by singing Gospel music. A living which depends on people who can advance her career, and are willing to buy or sell her music. A lot of those folks are gay. Her tirade here was two days before she was scheduled to appear on the Ellen Degeneres Show, Ellen being one of the most prominent Lesbian performers and activists in the country.

So, Kim your hypocrisy is the excuse of religion in wanting LGBT people to all die, but its OK to try and make some money off that group of people and advance your career…before they do.

What I would call a “Career Limiting” performance. Obviously you missed the assembly station …Where God passed our brain cells.

And to be brutally honest – Kim didn’t do too well at the “Singing” station either.

Gospel singer canceled by Ellen after she was caught in homophobic rant now loses radio show

Kim Burrell’s career took another hit Wednesday after it was announced the gospel singer who was recorded in the midst of a homophobic rant is losing her radio program.

Texas Southern University canceled Burrell’s program, “Bridging the Gap,” which debuted on KTSU in June 2016.

“The Kim Burrell show is no longer airing as part of KTSU Radio programming,” Texas Southern University said in a statement.

A video of Burrell surfaced on New Years Eve featuring the singer—who’s performed with the likes of Pharrell and Frank Ocean—railing against “the perverted homosexual spirit” at the Love & Liberty Fellowship Church in Houston.

“That perverted homosexual spirit, and the spirit of delusion and confusion, it has deceived many men and women,” she said. “You as a man, you open your mouth and take a man’s penis in your face, you are perverted. You are a woman and will shake your face in another woman’s breast, you are perverted.”

Burrell was supposed to appear on Ellen Degeneres’s show Thursday, but the comedian—who was recently awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, in part, for her courage to come out in public almost 20 years ago—told fans the singer would not be attending. She was slated to perform “I See A Victory” with Pharrell.

Instead, Pharrell sat down with Degeneres solo and issues a powerful rebuke of Burrell’s remarks:

“There’s no space, there’s no room for any kind of prejudice in 2017 and moving on … We all have to get used to everyone’s differences and understand that this is a big, gigantic, beautiful, colorful world, and it only works with inclusion and empathy. It only works that way.

Whenever you hear some sort of hate speech and you feel like it doesn’t pertain to you because you may not have anything to do with that, all you got to do is put the word black in that sentence, or put gay in that sentence, or put transgender in that sentence, or put white in that sentence, and all of the sudden it starts to make sense to you.”

“I’m telling you, the world is a beautiful place but it does not work without empathy and inclusion. God is love. This Universe is love and that’s the only way it will function. And I get it that sometimes some of the divisive stuff works. We learned that lesson last year that divisiveness works. But you have to choose what side you’re on. I’m choosing empathy; I’m choosing inclusion; I’m choosing love for everybody just trying to lift everyone. Even when I disagree with someone, I’m wishing them the best and hoping for the best because we can’t win the other way.”

 

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