The C.O.W.S.: President Elect Donald J. Trump, Wednesday, November 9th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific


The Context of White Supremacy unpacks the historic election of Donald J. Trump. The upstart mogul and reality star again made buffoons of the pundits and prognosticators; polls repeatedly indicated that Hillary Clinton would easily become the first female president of the United States. They drastically underestimated appeals to White Power. Trojan Horse Publications author Pam joins us to analyze an unconventional election. A co-author of several constructive books detailing what Racism is and what black people can do to solve this problem, Pam is one of listeners’ favorites and always eager to honestly discuss strategies for helping black people. We’ll get her thoughts on the importance of author and counter-racist scientist Dr. Frances Cress Welsing correctly predicting a year ago that Trump would capture the presidency. Pam will share her observations on how black people have responded to Trump win and if she has heard black people being blamed for Hillary’s loss – a number of reports have stressed that Clinton earned fewer black votes than President Obama. We’ll also discuss the role of White Women. Much time was invested convincing voters that Trump was a misogynist who didn’t value women or deserve their vote. Apparently, White Women didn’t listen as more than 50% of White Women reportedly voted for Trump.


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Black Professor Accused of Being Racist for Government Shutdown Tweets | News | BET

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Professor Anthea Butler returned to Twitter Wednesday to respond to Conservatives accusing her of being racist. Butler had tweeted that racism against President Obama was a reason why the government was going to shut down on Tuesday.

“Please note that the last govt shut down was with the fake black president Clinton. Now they are have a real black president to mess with,” Butler, a University of Pennsylvania associate professor of religious studies, tweeted Monday. Later she wrote, “I’m going to bed. Sad thing is, when I wake up, these crazy republicans will still be frothing at the mouth while folks sign up 4Obamacare.”

As the message was shared throughout the social media site, many Conservative supporters responded to her tweet, labeling her as a racist for her remarks. Butler defended her comments Wednesday morning and began to remind her accusers why she is not the one to be mad at.

“If this situation doesn’t resolve in a couple of weeks, it won’t matter if I am a racist or not. Your money won’t be worth what it is today,” she wrote. “The ‘Amurica’ you love so much will take a financial hit. Terrorists will look at us and laugh because we are doing the work for them,” she continued.

In the meantime, the government is still closed for business for the third day. The president met with Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress on Wednesday to reach a deal, but both sides fail to agree on a budget. Meanwhile, 800,000 employees continue to take unpaid time off because of the shutdown.

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Professor Accused of Being Racist for Government Shutdown Tweets | News | BET.


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