On a recent episode of First Take, Stephen A. Smith decided to speak on the behalf of all Black people. LeBron has been speaking very openly on his Barbershop show. LBJ has been criticized by some for cursing a lot and speaking on controversial issues.
So, Stephen A. Smith says "I am starting to get worried about Lebron James. "
Smith would go on to note that Lebron is saying whatever he wants to say. What really got to me though was Stephen A. Smith implies that Black men are not allowed to say whatever they want to say. He then makes it seem as if Lebron was in some kind of trouble and that some people are coming to bring Lebron down or in some way, he would be punished for speaking his mind.
Stephen A. Smith is putting energy out there is very dangerous and very slave like in mentality.
Why would you ever tell a Black man not to speak his mind when the rest of the world has that privilege. In a country that stresses freedom of speech, Black people have the right to that same privilege as any other race/nationality. Laura Ingram of FOX News once told Lebron to shut up and dribble. If I'm Lebron, Ingram's statement would only encourage me to speak out even more. So I don't understand Stephen A. Smith's reasoning on this one.
President Trump agreed to close his personal charity and donate it's assets.
This was an agreement made by Trump and New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood
who sued the charity, claiming it squandered funds on political and business purposes.
Trump's charity was set to dissolve back in 2016 before Underwood sued it.
“ It's a little more than a checkbook to serve Mr. Trump’s business and political interests.” Underwood Claimed.
According to Bloomberg.com, Underwood claims that Trump's children neglected their duties under the law.
“Our petition detailed a shocking pattern of illegality involving the Trump Foundation -- including unlawful coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing, and much more," Underwood said
So I was scrolling through youtube looking at some crazy QANON videos, mainly looking to see if some would admit they were wrong about the December 5th predictions. I could not find not one honest QANON supporter, in fact they only created more crazy theories.
I did find one nut-job, right-wing, prophet, who admitted that Trump did not lock up anyone on December 5th, as predicted, however, he changed the date to the 17th.
So instead of just admitting that he was dead wrong about the theory, he went full crazy and doubled down, making the same prediction, just moving it to another date.
So if this QANON, nut is correct, Trump will be locking up 60,000 government officials on the 17th of December.
We will see.
For years I have speculated about mental health and how Big Pharma has played a role in depression. There is too much money being made to suggest that Big Pharma would ever want actually help the masses. Just think about how much money is made every year on people battling depression, anxiety, etc.
This documentary goes into depth, exposing the Big Pharma trick bag.
In no way do I support The Proud Boys but damn, freedom of speech is under attack in America. I would never take away a person’s right to freedom of speech. Facebook has is making it their personal business to take away the freedom of speech. They already put a ban on the right-wing nutjob, “Alex Jones”. Now they are moving to ban The Proud Boys and this will likely continue to give the right the impression they are the only ones being attacked by mainstream media and social media.
This organization has ties to white supremacist groups and has recently been involved in a fight against liberals in Manhattan, NY.
The Proud Boys, founded by provocateur and Vice founder Gavin McInnes, mainly relies on Facebook as its primary recruitment tool.
“Our team continues to study trends in organized hate and hate speech and works with partners to better understand hate organizations as they evolve. We ban these organizations and individuals from our platforms and also remove all praise and support when we become aware of it. We will continue to review content, Pages, and people that violate our policies, take action against hate speech and hate organizations to help keep our community safe.”
Victor Jarome Morrow