Angela Rye

The news media’s race-baiting and false racist narrative has led to unintended consequences.

In the video below, CNN commentator Angela Rye was shouted down when she suggested removing statues of former presidents who were slave owners.

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Donald Trump smiling

Lefties on social media are in an uproar over President Donald Trump’s alleged dress code for White House staff.

According to a feminist writer at News18, Trump is flexing his misogyny muscles by “flaunting” his “brand of sexism in the White House”.

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Hillary Clinton Donald Trump

Disappointed Hillary Clinton supporters are heartened by the news that her popular vote lead over Donald Trump is 1 million and could go as high as 2.5 million.

Her supporters cling to hope that the Electoral College will elect CLinton president on Dec. 19.

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Waka Flocka, Tammy Rivera

Waka Flocka tweet

This is why Waka Flocka Flame is one of my favorite rappers. Unlike other rappers who toe the line, Waka is not afraid to speak his mind.

In a post on his Twitter page on Monday, Waka tweeted: “Can’t wait to see the day America gets a real black president because Obama don’t count!! !! !!”

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Hillary Clinton hangman

A California man was fired from his GOP position after he tweeted a meme expressing disapproval of Hillary clinton’s scandals.

Nathan Miller admitted he tweeted the image showing an executioner adjusting his noose on the gallows along with the phrase “I’m Ready for Hillary”.

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Meliss Harris-Perry and Beyonce

MSNBC political commentator Melissa Harris-Perry walked off her job last week after her popular political commentary show was pre-empted by breaking presidential news coverage.

On Saturday, Harris-Perry’s viewers learned that she really walked off the job because of a fight with her bosses over Beyonce’s new song, “Formation”.

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Gay marriage

A N. Carolina church made a bold statement in support of gay marriage by vowing to halt traditional weddings if gay marriage isn’t legalized by the Supreme Court.

The Green Street United Methodist Church released a statement on Monday asking pastors to stop performing weddings for heterosexuals until same sex weddings cane be performed in the church.

“At Green Street Church, we claim the committed same-sex relationships as no less sacred in their ministry to us and the community,” the statement reads.

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