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Candace Owens you are a sellout and a disgrace to black people you protect your white masters while you attack black victims.
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Candace Owens you are a sellout and a disgrace to black people you protect your white masters while you attack black victims.
Candace Owens you should be ashamed of yourself you are using the same tactics that lawyers use to get rapist and police off attack the victim.

A.B. Man III
06/07/2020
06/13/2020


Your victim-blaming attacks are shameful they remind one of how lawyers get rapist and police off by blaming the victims. Blaming the victims does not excuse or justify what was done to the victims no matter how you spin it. No one is judge and jury and no one has the right to take someone’s life for something they may or may not have done that is up to the courts not the police nor citizens. Police are not judge and jury and do not have a right to kill black people that is not their job, their job is to protect and serve. White people cannot take the law into their own hands and kill black people that is against the law. There are times that killing someone may be justified, to protect your life or the life of someone else, but killing unarmed people who do not pose a threat is murder plain and simple.

Police did arrested George Floyd 9 times, mostly on minor drug and theft charges. At least one of of crimes the police officer likely lied when he arrested George Floyd on a minor drug offense. George Floyd committed his last crime 13 years ago; he served his time in jail for what he did and was trying to turn his life around. George Floyd made some mistakes and he paid for it when he went to jail. Derek Chauvin had 18 complaints against him before he killed George Floyd. Derek Chauvin had twice the number of complaints against him as George Floyd had arrest. A police officers job is to protect and serve citizens not threaten them, not beat them and not kill them. If a police officer has more than five complaints against him or her that should be a warning sign that maybe they should not be a police officer. The fact is Derek Chauvin had 18 complaints against him it was only a matter of time before he harmed someone. Any police office with 18 complaints is a ticking time bomb Derek Chauvin should have been fired before he killed George Floyd. Most jobs you are fired after 3-5 complaints police officers are the only job you could have 18 complaints and still have a job. We should not have to fear police officers, police officers are supposed to protect and serve citizens not threaten, beat and kill them. How many times have police claimed in the police report one thing only for a video to come out that contradicts everything in the police report. You have to wonder how many police reports are lies to protect bad police officers. They like to say that only a small number of police officers are bad but when you talking about 800,000 police officers around the country that is a lot of bad police officers. The percentage of bad police officers is said to be around 3.5 percent out of 800,000 police officers that is 28,000 bad police officers. Personally, I believe the number to higher but that just me.

You called Ahmaud Arbery a trespasser, trespassing does not give anyone the right to take a life. No one should be killed simply for trespassing. What about the white people who also went into the building you did not call them out for trespassing and they were not killed or attacked for trespassing. The fact that George Floyd has been held up as a martyr may sicken you shows you are hard at work for your white masters, it is not about what he did in his life but how his life was ended. I am sure George Floyd would rather be alive than a martyr but he was not given that choice. It is not about whom Ahmaud Arbery or George Floyd was or what they may have done, it is about how and why another Black man was killed simply because of the color of his skin.

You are right you are not slave to Democratic Party but you are a slave to Republican Party. You do your masters in the Republican Party proud when you attack and blame the black victims for their own deaths. Maybe you believe what you say; maybe you are doing it for the money only you know your reasons. You trying to convince black people that Republican Party is better for them is far from true.

I for one understand what Biden meant about black people voting for Republicans. A black person voting for Republicans goes against ones self-interest. The Democratic Party is not the party that is suppressing black people’s right to vote that would be your party the Republican Party. The Democratic Party is not the party that is promoting racism and hate that would be your party the Republican Party. The Republican Party, your party is the party that is suppressing black people right to vote and destroying the social safety net that helps many black people.

Why would any black person be in a party that is trying to take away the right of black people to vote? Denying black people’s right to vote is voter fraud plain and simply. Black people have died for the right to vote and your party the Republican Party is trying to suppress that right. Why would any black person be in a party that is destroying the social safety net that helps many black people? Why would any black person be in a party that continually shows it is the party of racism and hate? Members of the Republican Party are constantly prompting racism and hate while defending people who are racist and promote hate. The Republican Party is the party of closet racist. I have lost count of the number of times that members of your party the Republican Party have been caught sharing racist information to one another. The bolder Republicans promote and protect racism and hate on public platforms while claiming not to be racist. You cannot claim you are not racist if you promote or defend prompting racism and hate. If you promote or defend prompting racism and hate, then you are a racist or a racist enabler.

A person who defends or promotes racism and hate is racist or a racist enabler. A person who defends the killing of unarmed black people is racist or a racist enabler. Black people expect some white people to promote racism and hate against black people that is a given in America. When Black people support racism and hate against black people it reminds one of Uncle Tom. I would call Candace Owens an Uncle Tom but that would be unfair to Uncle Tom as he may have done it to stay alive and not be beaten, he did not do it to make a buck. Intended or not people who promote or defend racism and hate against black people enable more racism and hate against black people. You may or may agree but this is my opinion of Candace Owens.

Louis Baudoin-Laarman, AFP USA

Facebook posts show a photo of an injured woman alongside the claim that she was kidnapped and beaten by George Floyd and several accomplices. This is false; the image shows an American student who posted online about being sexually assaulted in Spain. “Let’s make the real George Floyed famous,” one Facebook user wrote in a June 11, 2020 post featuring a photo of a young woman whose face is covered in bruises and blood. The post claims that the woman’s name is Aracely Henriquez, and that she was attacked by Floyd and five accomplices who were looking for drugs and money in her home.


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By Nehemiah D. Frank, founder and editor in chief

Will somebody somewhere loosen-up Candace Owens’ extensions so her scalp can breathe and brain can think clearly? Sister-girl has lost her entire mind. Recently, the seemingly confused talking right-wing conservative stuck her bobbling head out the window, fiddled her thumbs and tweeted her political objections to the Twitter universe. Owens horrifyingly downplayed the modern-day lynching and murder of unarmed jogger Ahmaud Arbery, sending Black America’s Ancestral Queen Mother, Ida B. Wells, into a full seizure in the grave. The last words Arbery heard were “f-cking n-gger“. What’s worse? Candace did it on Mother’s Day weekend; it would be the first Mother’s Day Wanda Cooper, mother of Ahuamd, would spend mourning the death of her late son who died at the hands of racists. Here’s what the racially confused talking head said on Twitter:

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Factcheck

In viral tweets Wednesday, political provocateurs Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk suggested that donations to the Black Lives Matter Foundation are being sent instead to ActBlue, a Democratic political committee: Daily Beast reporter Lachlan Markay pointed out that Owens’s tweets, and Kirk’s by extension, are inaccurate—while ActBlue is organized as a political committee, it acts as a nonprofit fundraising tool that serves as a conduit, rather than a collector, for donations. ActBlue’s website explains that the platform is available to “Democratic candidates and committees, progressive organizations, and nonprofits that share our values.” Such groups can incorporate an ActBlue contribution form into their websites for free—although there is a 3.95 percent processing fee on donations—allowing groups and candidates to raise funds without having to create and maintain their own secure method of receiving donations. While donations go to ActBlue initially, the group delivers the funds to the organization or candidate intended by the donor. It’s only possible for ActBlue to redirect funds if the recipient refuses a donation or doesn’t cash a check from ActBlue for 60 days. In such an instance, a donation is re-designated as a contribution to ActBlue (if earmarked for a campaign or committee), to support social welfare activities (if earmarked for social welfare organizations), or to ActBlue Charities (if earmarked for a charitable organization). In other words, even if Black Lives Matter were to refuse donations the funds would be given to another similar cause, not the Democratic Party or any political candidates. Donations can be made directly to ActBlue as well to support the organization.

Roland S. Martin

Candace Owens fresh from her release from Twitter jail posted:

"Ahmaud Arbery was caught on camera breaking into an unfinished property that was owned by Larry English.
His mother has confirmed it is him in the video.
Please stop with the “just a jogger” bullshit narrative.
Avid joggers don’t wear khaki shorts & stop to break into homes."

Social media was quick to respond to Owens' remarks and Black Conservatives joined in the condemnation of her remarks with a visceral backlash.

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