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Former Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has a new job after opting out of re-election last year.

The one-time vice presidential hopeful announced she is joining CNN as a political commentator.

"I am thrilled to officially announce that I have joined @CNN as a Political Commentator," Bottoms tweeted Monday morning. Bottoms added that she was turned down for the coveted VJ program at @CNN 30 years ago while studying journalism at Florida A&M University.

The position affords Bottoms the luxury of working from home while raising her minor children with her husband, Derek Bottoms.

Sources say Bottoms was bitterly disappointed that Pres. Joe Biden overlooked her for the vice president position after she campaigned so heavily for him.
 
READ ALSO: Atlanta activists travel to Biden's campaign stop to question Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms
 
The disappointment allegedly caused Bottoms to lose interest in a political office. But her new job allows the Democrat to remain on the sidelines as a political pundit.

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Friend of the blog Omar "Slim" White had something to say about America's election process, but his voice is being silenced online. The entrepreneur and Spiritual Teacher took to Instagram to let his followers know he is being "censored" for sharing his knowledge.

Slim and others fear "What the future may hold."

"I'm being censored right as well so share this, if you feel this message," he wrote.

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Conservative activist Bevelyn Beatty reacted to last night's first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

Bevelyn and her crew noticed the disparities when Wallace constantly interrupted Trump and allowed Biden to slide after he called Trump names such as "clown" and "fool".

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Bevelyn made national news when she was arrested earlier this year for defacing a Black Lives Matter mural in front of Trump Tower in New York City.

"How many of y'all wanted to jump through the TV and choke the mediator - or whatever he is?" she asked her audience on Tuesday night.

She agreed that Trump was "ganged on" by Wallace and Biden during the debate. "He was debating two people at one time, but he still held his ground," Beatty said.

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Bevelyn and her 2-woman crew regretted not praying for Trump prior to the start of the debate.

"You know what? I'm gonna encourage my fellow Christians... to start praying for our candidate [before the next debate]," she said. "Because the system is so rigged against this man and it's clear as day... Even Stevie Wonder can see this!"

Viewers were undecided over who won last night's debate. At least one person in CNN's focus group thought Biden won decisively.

Watch Bevelyn's review of the Trump-Biden debate below
 

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Tariq Nasheed sparked a lively debate on Twitter.com when he tweeted: "Instead of talking about our tangibles, this is what the white Democrats think will appeal to us."

The Twitter activist uploaded a PSA video created by director Angela Gomes and producer Paul Fox to register Black voters. Gomes and Fox are Caucasian. The video features talented Black pole dancers who quickly gain the attention of Black viewers.

The dancers urge Black people to "Get your booty to the poll." The video links to a website, www.getyourbootytothepoll.com.

Tariq believes the Democrats would never insult other races and nationalities by delivering their message with tits and azz. He claims Democrats have such low regard for Black people that they didn't think twice about creating this video.

Watch the video below.

Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama says Republicans are "literally gray and white," and Americans should "mix it up" and elect more blacks, gays and women to Congress.

Mrs. Obama made the statements during a guest appearance at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Tuesday.

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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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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 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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