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Rosa Parks Didn’t Sit & Rep Maxine Waters Didn’t Yield!

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On May 8th, California congresswoman Rep Maxine Waters and Rep Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania had a rather uncomfortable exchange at a meeting of the House Committee on Financial Services.

Sparks flew, when Kelly addressed Waters in a way that devalued and diminished the importance of legislation put into place during Obamas administration, to protect consumers from racial discrimination by car loan providers.

Rep Kelly stated, “We are trying to make sure that we’re making America great every day and every way, the best way to do that is to stop talking about discrimination and start talking about the nation.” After his remarks he then yielded to the floor.

Visibly appalled and offended, Rep Waters immediately addressed Kelly asking him to not leave, stating: “Don’t tell me that we don’t understand,” she said. “That’s the attitude that’s been given towards women time and time again. Don’t you dare talk to me like that and think that somehow women don’t understand what goes on on the floors of automobile dealers.”

Chairman Tom McClintock attempted to redirect Waters remarks to him, however she asserted ,”I don’t appreciate that you did not interrupt him while he was making those outrageous remarks about him knowing more about discrimination than I know about discrimination. I resent that,” she said. “Having said that, I reserve the balance of my time and, no, I do not yield not one second to you.

“I do not yield not one second to you!

DROP THE MIC ON THEM REP WATERS!

My mother always told me, “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.”

Watch Full Exchange Below:

It takes great resolve and resiliency to be one of the only African Americans on Capitol Hill, fighting for the rights and equitable treatment of minorities and women.

How inappropriate is it, for a man that has the benefit of white privilege, to suggest a conversation about an issue that he has NEVER and will never be affected by, be halted? Discrimination or prejudicial treatment is not his problem or his concern. Hence the reason why legislation that protects marginalized and disenfranchised groups of people are needed.

However, if anyone is able to go toe to toe with the good ol’ boys, it’s Rep Maxine Waters. She is the voice for the voiceless. A modern day Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.

Thanks for not yielding Mrs. Waters, not even 1 sec.

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Trump hosts Clemson Tigers to the White House with “4 for 4” Meals

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As the Clemson Tigers football team headed to the White House they probably expected some fine dining after winning the NCAA championship but instead, they got value fries and burgers. President Trump welcomed the players in the East Wing with American Fast food from Burger King, McDonald’s & some pizza. Trump says he paid for all of the food and mentioned his government shutdown. The shutdown has left the majority of the residence staff being furloughed “Because of the shutdown, as you know, we have the great Clemson team with us, so we went out and ordered American fast food paid for by me,” he added while talking to the media.

To see value burgers on a silver plate inside the White House isn’t something you see every day or even hear about. The whole ordeal started a hashtag on Twitter calling it #WhiteHouseDinners. Check out some of the reactions below.

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#BoycottTrumpPrimeTime – Networks Push to Mute President Trump Ahead of Border Security Address

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President Trump is set to address the nation this evening in a last-ditch effort to plea for the border wall. Now, networks are planning to air a Democratic response.

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Since December 21st, the government has been unable to reach an agreement on the allocation of funds for the campaign-promised border wall. Demanding $5 billion, Trump blames Democrats for the lengthy shutdown. While House Republicans reluctantly passed a continuing resolution with the funds included, Democrats remain unconvinced the wall is necessary. The disagreement has caused an eighteen day partial shutdown where 800,000+ Americans have worked without pay.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for airtime to rebut Trump’s remarks. In a joint statement with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the duo had this to say on Monday:

“Now that the television networks have decided to air the President’s address, which if his past statements are any indication will be full of malice and misinformation, Democrats must immediately be given equal airtime.”

Major broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox have agreed to air the response.

Major Fallout

While hundreds of thousands of federal workers are on the verge of losing everything, Trump’s address is an unwarranted tantrum. News that the partial government shutdown could effect millions broke January 7th. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, responsible for SNAP operations, is one of the unfunded agencies during this time. Without an end to the shutdown in sight, SNAP and WIC beneficiaries are in for a difficult time. With $3 billion in emergency funds appropriated through Congress, the funds may extend into February, but will not cover the months expenses.

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Roger Stone Used InfoWars to Spread Fake News

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Republican Political strategist, Roger Stone, has admitted to spreading false information through the infamous right-wing propaganda site, InfoWars. Having falsified testimony regarding Wikileaks DNC email hack, many expect Mueller to further scrutinize Stone in his investigation.

DNC Hack

Roger Stone insists he had no idea WikiLeaks would be releasing emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee. Protesting his innocence of interference of the 2016 presidential election, Stone says he didn’t pass along information to Donald Trump. Now, Robert Mueller has been aggressively pursuing leads due to conflicting reports regarding Stone’s participation in the Russian plot.

Having boasted about meeting with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in secret, Stone is now changing his tune. Stone now insists he and Assange had no means of contact.

Former friend, Randy Credico, told the grand jury Stone had a back channel to WikiLeaks. Still, Stone protests his ignorance. Speaking with The Post, he said, “[Credico] was my principal source regarding the allegedly hacked emails published by WikiLeaks”. Credico has vehemently denied such accusations.

Defamation Reveal

Roger Stone has been engaged in a defamation suit and a recent revelation may cast doubt on future Mueller investigation testimony. While attempting to settle a lawsuit with Guo Wengui, an exiled Chinese businessman, Stone admitted he “failed to do proper research” before submitting an accusation. In addition, Stone claims Guo violated U.S. election law by donating money to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Stone also accused Guo of funding Stephen K. Bannon’s presidential run.

In his admission, Stone blamed the lies on Sam Nunberg, a former Trump aide. Stone says he “made the error of relying on the representations of Sam Nunberg” and apologized. If settled, Stone could be forced to pay $100 million in damages for the lies published on InfoWars.

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