Open Thread | Back to Immigration and This Administration😠😠😠

This is recurring subject here at 3CHICS.

We told you when he was running what he was planning to do with regards to immigration.

We told you that the ‘ it’s only about CRIMINAL ILLEGALS’ was absolute and utter bullshyt, because we knew who his ‘ advisers’ were on the topic of immigration, and their long history of racist policy papers that they had put forth.
So, when Dolt45 gets into office, and we start seeing all these nightmare stories…

Stories about following the undocumented into court and picking them up.

Stories about raiding places of worship as soon as services were finished.

Stories about people who would go in for their regular check-in with ICE AND NEVER COME HOME.

Stories about people who might have had a skirmish with the law – A DECADE OR TWO AGO, never been in any serious trouble didn’t do anything violent, BEING PICKED UP BY ICE.

Stories about the border patrol GETTING ON GREYHOUND BUSES AND HARRASSING PEOPLE about their ‘ papers’.

Stories about same sex couples being told that the children that they have adopted won’t be granted citizenship.

Stories about this country reneging the promise of a pathway to citizenship for those who choose TO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE AND SERVE IN THE MILITARY.

Stories about them attempting to kick out sick immigrants with a 30 day notice.

We have had ALL of this.

So, this story didn’t surprise me in the least.

From The American Prospect:
The New War on Naturalized Citizens
The Trump administration is seeking to denaturalize and deport longtime U.S. citizens, seizing on tiny mistakes in the process and putting the status of every naturalized citizen at potential risk.

OCTOBER 15, 2019

Any day now, a federal judge in Florida will decide whether Parvez Manzoor Khan can remain a U.S. citizen.

Khan, a 62-year-old truck driver from Branford, Florida, is one of the first people brought to trial under Operation Janus and Operation Second Look, the Trump administration’s mass denaturalization campaign. If the judge rules against him, Khan will likely be deported away from his U.S. citizen wife and son, and barred forever from living in the United States—his only home for the last 27 years. The ruling will further destabilize the status of America’s 20 million naturalized citizens, each of whom is at risk for being investigated and then targeted over flaws in their naturalization process.

The denaturalization campaign that led to Khan’s trial can be traced back to the Obama administration. In 2016, the government announced that it had failed to digitize 315,000 fingerprint records, and as a result had granted citizenship to 858 individuals without realizing they had been ordered deported under another identity. But the Obama administration pursued denaturalization cautiously, recognizing that some cases were simply a matter of a misspelled name or misdirected paperwork, and others involved long-standing members of the community who posed no risk to national security.

In exercising restraint, the Obama administration was following a half-century tradition in which both Republican and Democratic administrations avoided denaturalization in all but the most extreme cases. Between 1990 and 2016, the government denaturalized an average of only 11 people a year, some years none. Most were serious war criminals who had lied about their human-rights offenses to gain American citizenship.

Once President Trump took office, however, the gloves came off. The government recently announced it will be investigating 700,000 naturalized citizens, and it is sparing no expense. To staff the effort, the government has opened a new office in Los Angeles and is in the process of hiring 300 special agents and 212 support personnel to investigate denaturalization as well as immigration benefits fraud, at a cost of $207.6 million.


By statute, citizenship obtained through naturalization can be revoked not only for fraud, but also in cases in which the individual, or even the government, makes an inadvertent error in the naturalization process. There is no statute of limitations in civil denaturalization cases, meaning that the government can take away citizenship decades after a person thought himself to be permanently an American. Nor does it matter if, like Khan, the individual has built an exemplary life in the United States, or that deportation would cause great hardship to U.S. citizen family members.

But these facts should matter to the government when choosing whom to target for denaturalization. Under a Department of Justice policy in place for many decades, denaturalization proceedings should not be brought against those who have been citizens for decades, have close ties to U.S. citizens, and have no criminal record—that is, men and women like Parvez Khan.

The government has provided no reason for abandoning that policy now. Timothy Belsan is chief of the National Security and Affirmative Litigation Unit at the Office of Immigration Litigation for the U.S. Department of Justice and one of the lawyers prosecuting Khan. But he refused to answer when asked why the government targeted Khan for denaturalization, referring the question to a government spokeswoman who then failed to respond to an emailed inquiry.


Take, for example, Baljinder Singh, an immigrant from India who is also among the first targets of Operation Janus . Singh has lived in the United States for 26 years, 12 of those as a U.S. citizen. Like Khan, he married an American, has no criminal record, and followed all the required legal steps to gain his citizenship. But after the government scoured its newly digitized fingerprint records, it discovered that a few months after Singh arrived in the United States as a teenager he was ordered deported under the name Davinder Singh—a misspelling of his first name that was more likely a typo or an interpreter’s error than an effort to commit fraud. As with Khan, the government’s own records suggest Singh never knew about the proceedings against him under a different name, and so never had a chance to clear up what may have been nothing more than a clerical error. Nonetheless, Singh was denaturalized last year.

As Singh’s and Khan’s cases show, all naturalized citizens are now at risk for having their status questioned, regardless of how long they have been citizens or how minuscule the error in the naturalization process. As in the past, the government appears to be using this broad power over naturalized citizens to target those it disfavors. Can it be coincidence that the first three civil cases filed under Operation Janus are all against people of color, and all from countries with a significant Muslim population—a group that President Trump has long disparaged?

I don’t mean to be a smartass..But, I check the approval ratings of Latinos for Dolt45. He gets close to 30% approval. I’m gonna be blunt…do they think that they are ‘special’? I got news for them – for those who are recent citizens…who’ll be the first ones to step up and talk about ‘ coming to this country THE RIGHT WAY’….they’d take away your citizenship without blinking, Dear. You better wake up.

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147 Responses to Open Thread | Back to Immigration and This Administration😠😠😠

  1. rikyrah says:


    D’Ag due (@ag_due) Tweeted:
    Hi ho the quid pro quo
    The assholes said, “Pelosi’s gotta go!”
    She took her time so she could get it right
    And that made the blue checks extremely uptight
    And now we see what we always knew
    She’s the fucking boss, and who the fuck are you

  2. rikyrah says:

    They weren’t just trying to make Zelensky commit to investigating Joe Biden. They were trying to make him do it in an interview on CNN.

    — Michelle Goldberg (@michelleinbklyn) October 22, 2019

  3. Astros chocolate chip cookie cake 😋

    • rikyrah says:

      Mr. Taylor:
      1. Is Career State Department
      2. Is 72

      He was on the job because he wanted to be. He had long since maxxed out, pension-wise.
      And, he’s NOT about to go to jail for these clowns.

  4. rikyrah says:

    State Department Ukraine envoy Bill Taylor’s testimony, courtesy of Politico reporter Andrew Desiderio’s Twitter feed:

    Bill Taylor gave a very lengthy opening statement behind closed doors, per multiple lawmakers.

    New: Per source in the room, Bill Taylor’s opening statement was 15 pages long and prompted “a lot of sighs and gasps.”

    MORE >> Another source says the sighs & gasps were in reaction to Taylor describing “how pervasive the efforts were to tie an investigation of Burisma and 2016 election ‘interference’ to a White House meeting and aid being released.”

  5. rikyrah says:

    See…she couldn’t just stay in her Cooning Lane.
    Phuck this trick.

    ‘Using African kids as a backdrop to complain about your over-privileged life is offensive’: Conservative commentator Candace Owens lashes out at Royal couple’s recent documentary

    Candace Owens took to social media on Monday to criticize Meghan Markle
    The conservative commentator lashed out at the couple over their recent comments following their royal tour of Southern Africa
    The royal couple spoke of the pressure they’ve faced from Britain’s tabloid press
    Owens accused them of using their Africa tour as a backdrop to complain about their privileged life
    She went on to claim it was ‘disgusting’ Prince Harry was invoking his mother’s death to demand the media stop criticizing his wife

    PUBLISHED: 10:16 EDT, 22 October 2019 | UPDATED: 10:31 EDT, 22 October 2019

  6. rikyrah says:


    🌈FruitKace💅🏽 (@FruitKace) Tweeted:
    The fact that Julian Castro might have to drop out if he doesn’t meet Oct 31st goal whilst others like Gabbard/Y*ng/Williamson etc are still in makes me super sick to stomach.

  7. rikyrah says:

    Jon Zal (@OfficialJonZal) Tweeted:
    Dear Press,

    If you fucking idiots didn’t learn from your “But her emails” bullshit & are actually going to push this Hunter Biden narrative, every single time you (stupidly) mention his name, you goddamn well better ask about Eric, Don Jr. & Jarvanka.

    Every. Single. Time.

  8. rikyrah says:

    Klobuchar takes in $2 million building on strong debate showing

    Senator Amy Klobuchar, 2020 Democratic candidate for president, talks with Rachel Maddow about signs her campaign is building a new head of steam since the fourth Democratic debate, including taking in $2 million in donations in just the past week.

    Klobuchar touts advantages of public option built on ACA

    Senator Amy Klobuchar, 2020 Democratic candidate for president, talks with Rachel Maddow about her support for a public option health care plan, and the level of respect among her Democratic colleagues as they debate their respective ideas.

  9. rikyrah says:

    New bragging points for several 2020 Democrats since last debate

    Rachel Maddow looks at a huge New York City rally for Bernie Sanders, good new Iowa polling news for Pete Buttigieg, and a knock-out head-to-head Minnesota poll for Amy Klobuchar over Donald Trump among the latest developments in the Democratic 2020 primary race.

  10. rikyrah says:

    Amene (@Ange_Amene) Tweeted:
    Vote Blue No Matter Who is a form of Russian disinformation aimed to suppress votes.

  11. rikyrah says:

    Uh huh
    Uh huh😒😒🤨🤨

    Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) Tweeted:
    Lynching is trending so here are some facts: From 1882-1968, 4,743 lynchings occurred in the U.S., according to the NAACP. Of these people that were lynched 3,446 were black.

    Also facts: President Trump deeply wants to change the subject away from the G7, Ukraine and Syria.

  12. rikyrah says:

    State Dept witnesses make case clear in Trump impeachment inquiry

    Rep. Jim Himes, member of the House Intelligence Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about the strength of the evidence and testimony in the Trump impeachment inquiry as committees are set to hear from Ambassador Bill Taylor tomorrow.

  13. rikyrah says:


    Corey Bu-Shea (@coreybking) Tweeted:
    Oh and white folks…nobody is kissing your asses…you gave us Trump, and it’s your duty and obligation to fix it…this bullshit about I won’t vote for Kamala if you piss me off, insult my choice, don’t kiss my ass, let me lead, etc, is falling on deaf ears🙄🙄🙄🙄

  14. rikyrah says:

    An Antic Disposition 🍩 (@pavanvan) Tweeted:
    I am not a “centrist.” I am center-LEFT. These lunatics will smear everyone who isn’t a literal Stalinist as a “centrist.” Fuck that.

  15. rikyrah says:

    Yes,I noticed 😒🤨

    The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) Tweeted:
    “A lynching”

    Ever notice how white men who swear racism doesn’t exist invoke the historic treatment of Black Americans as shorthand for grave injustice?

  16. rikyrah says:

    Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) Tweeted:
    Two weeks ago, a Fox News poll found that 51% of Americans think Trump should be impeached and removed from office.

    Today, a new CNN poll found similar results: Half of Americans think Trump should be impeached and removed from office.

  17. rikyrah says:


    Marcus H. Johnson (@marcushjohnson) Tweeted:
    Haven’t seen much coverage of the southern states lately. Wild how the region with the most primary delegates consistently gets shafted and overlooked. Coincidentally, it is the region with the most Black people in it 🤔

  18. rikyrah says:

    Trump wields DOJ as Russia, media reprise 2016 roles for 2020

    Rachel Maddow looks at the curiously quiet treatment of the end of the Hillary Clinton e-mail story that shaped the 2016 election and notes that the media seems no better prepared for Russia’s continued online campaigns to help Donald Trump, but for the 2020 election Donald Trump has the power and authority of Attorney General Bill Barr and the DOJ at his disposal.

  19. rikyrah says:

    Which is why we pushed back on the ‘Kamala is a cop’ bullshyt 😠😠

    Ian Sams (@IanSams) Tweeted:
    Russia is interfering in 2020 and they’re dividing on race.

    “Among the accounts focused on black activism, there was a moderate amount of content opposing Kamala Harris. Harris’ record as a California DA was mentioned as a reason to oppose her candidacy”

  20. rikyrah says:


    The Associated Press (@AP) Tweeted:
    Justin Trudeau’s Liberals will keep their hold on Canada’s government, overcoming a challenge from the rival Conservatives in national elections, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation says.


  22. rikyrah says:

    Black Twitter Demands Answers After Rolling Stone’s Colonized List of the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time Resurfaces

    Jay Connor
    An hour ago

    I’m completely aware that opinions are subjective, but on Monday, Rolling Stone upset the entire balance of the universe all over again when its 2008 list of the “100 Greatest Singers of All Time” resurfaced to torment us all.

    And no, “torment” is not hyperbole—because we live in a world in which Patti Labelle, the same woman who literally kicks her shoes off to deliver searing renditions of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” or “You Are My Friend,” is somehow only the 95th greatest singer to have ever lived.

    Oh, and it gets worse: while luminaries such as Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, and Marvin Gaye received their just due among the Top 10, Mariah Carey—who in a past life casually disrespected the 7th octave by doing shit like this—came in at 79, Luther Vandross and his velvet tenor was 54, and Whitney fucking Houston was 34.

    And just who among these legendary voices does Rolling Stone claim is superior? Those would be artists like Neil Young, Iggy Pop, and Bob Dylan—all noteworthy songwriters in their own right, but better singers? Are you high?

    And you wonder why we have high blood pressure.

  23. rikyrah says:


    Yerevan Saeed (@YerevanSaeed) Tweeted:
    I have gone over 6000 comments made by Kurds in Kurdistan Region on facebook reacting to U.S pullout to Kurdistan Region. I regret to report that all of them are anti-American.

    Just unthinkable what Trump did to Kurdish-American friendship by his impulsive and reckless decision.

    • Liza says:

      CNN’s Special Report last night was about the Kurds and the fight against ISIS. About 11K Kurds died defeating ISIS.

  24. Daughter says Carson had been to sleep and when he woke up his shirt was damp from sweating and she asked him…”Carson, are you alright “?

    Carson said: “I’m fine Mama“

    This little baby. You don’t know what he’s going to say. He talks now! 😘

  25. rikyrah says:

    What lie told 🤨🤨

    Ebony Noor, I Made Minny Jackson’s Pie (@DarlingEbony) Tweeted:
    @Ange_Amene Warren was perfectly fine being a Republican thru ALL of their very blatant racism of from ’64 until ’95. This includes Kevin Phillips, Lee Atwater, Reagan, H.W. Bush, Jesse Helms, Strom Thrumond, Willie Horton Ads. But financial issues affecting white ppl? Switch party.

  26. rikyrah says:

    Trump calls the Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution “phony.”
    “You people with this phony Emoluments Clause.”— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 21, 2019

  27. rikyrah says:

    From Air Jordan to Grandpa Mike: NBA legend, 56, opens up on his newborn grandson, paying college athletes, becoming a billionaire philanthropist, and an upcoming documentary on his 1998 Bulls that he fears is ‘too raw’
    In an interview with NBC’s Today, Michael Jordan discussed his latest philanthropic efforts, paying college athletes, and his newborn grandson
    His grandchild, Rakeem, is the son of Jordan’s daughter Jasmine and Rakeem Christmas, a former NBA player who now plays professionally overseas
    Jordan recently spent $7 million on a pair of health clinics in his native North Carolina with the aim of helping low-income families attain upward mobility
    Although he was famously apolitical as a player, Jordan said he supports athletes becoming activists – particularly if they are connected to the issues
    Due to ongoing litigation over improper use of his name and likeness in China, Jordan declined to speak about the NBA’s ongoing rift with Xi Jinping’s regime
    Jordan’s 1998 Bulls are the subject of an upcoming ESPN documentary, which has left him apprehensive because he feels the new footage may be ‘too raw’
    NBC estimates the 56-year-old Charlotte Hornets owner is worth $1.9 billion

    PUBLISHED: 10:09 EDT, 21 October 2019 | UPDATED: 10:25 EDT, 21 October 2019

  28. rikyrah says:

    The Crown series three trailer is accidentally released early by Netflix in epic blunder… and it teases Monarch’s darkest time on the throne yet

    Netflix Japan accidentally released The Crown series three trailer on Sunday
    The Crown series three is set to return on November 17
    Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies replace Claire Foy and Matt Smith as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip
    Her Majesty will face her darkest time on the throne yet during the 1970s
    The trailer shows her questioning her role as Monarch as she battles the miners’ strike, national security and family conflict ahead of her 1977 Silver Jubilee

    PUBLISHED: 07:02 EDT, 21 October 2019 | UPDATED: 09:05 EDT, 21 October 2019

  29. rikyrah says:

    Steve Harvey’s 22-year-old daughter Lori is arrested for ‘hit and run’ after crashing her Mercedes jeep into another car ‘while texting and driving’ on her way home from Nobu dinner
    Lori, 22, smashed her car into another vehicle at around 9.40pm in Beverly Hills
    She had been at dinner with a friend in Malibu earlier in the evening
    Sources say she was not drunk but was ‘texting and driving’ at the time
    The other driver pulled her from her SUV which had flipped upon impact
    Lori then reportedly tried to walk away from the scene and was arrested
    She was not taken into custody and instead was free to leave after being arrested for misdemeanor hit and run and delaying a police investigation
    She is one of Harvey’s seven children

    PUBLISHED: 10:32 EDT, 21 October 2019 | UPDATED: 11:10 EDT, 21 October 2019

  30. rikyrah says:

    Abandoning summit scheme, Trump presents himself as a victim
    10/21/19 08:00 AM—UPDATED 10/21/19 08:59 AM
    By Steve Benen

    Four days ago, the White House announced that one of Donald Trump’s struggling business would host next year’s G7 summit, creating a legal and political mess. The Constitution prevents U.S. officials from receiving foreign payments, but under this scheme, world leaders who wished to participate in a key international gathering would have no choice but to spend foreign funds at the American president’s golf club in Doral, Florida.

    Two days later, Trump announced via Twitter that he’d abandoned the plan.

    “I thought I was doing something very good for our Country by using Trump National Doral, in Miami, for hosting the G-7 Leaders. It is big, grand, on hundreds of acres, next to MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, has tremendous ballrooms & meeting rooms, and each delegation would have its own 50 to 70 unit building. Would set up better than other alternatives.

    “I announced that I would be willing to do it at NO PROFIT or, if legally permissible, at ZERO COST to the USA. But, as usual, the Hostile Media & their Democrat Partners went CRAZY!

    “Therefore, based on both Media & Democrat Crazed and Irrational Hostility, we will no longer consider Trump National Doral, Miami, as the Host Site for the G-7 in 2020. We will begin the search for another site, including the possibility of Camp David, immediately. Thank you!”

    There are, not surprisingly, all kinds of problems with the presidential message. Note, for example, that by Trump’s version of events, he was personally involved in the alleged corruption. He also used a series of first-person pronouns that suggested the president sees little difference between himself and his private-sector enterprise.

  31. rikyrah says:


    Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) Tweeted:
    Every defense of Trump comes down to a) “He literally can’t control himself!” And b) “He’s utterly incapable of modeling the inner states of other human beings!”

    But it’s always done with this hostile, put-upon edge. As in: get over it.

  32. rikyrah says:

    Neptune (@coldlawgic) Tweeted:
    Hillary never even mentioned Tulsi’s name whereas Tulsi smeared Hillary all over her timeline and then on FOX News. And Democratic politicians are defending Tulsi?

    Trash bins all of you

  33. rikyrah says:

    Monjula Ray mezcal catmom (@queerBengali) Tweeted:
    The more tulsi responds to Hillary the more absolutely unhinged she seems.

    Maybe some you can bait so easily should not be given any power.

    Hillary didn’t even mention her by name and we’ve had a week of absolute trump style meltdowns from Tulsi.

  34. rikyrah says:

    Kim Wexler’s Ponytail (@MadisonKittay) Tweeted:
    White liberals: GOP Sen. Mitt Romney — resistance hero!

    White liberals: Federalist Society lawyer George Conway — resistance hero!

    White Liberals: Sarah Palin superfan Bill Kristol — resistance hero!

    White liberals: UGH, why is Hillary Clinton talking she needs to shut up.

  35. rikyrah says:

    Bernie’s 3rd house 💄🥀 (@OjPats4) Tweeted:
    What in Liz Warren’s past suggests that she has the political skill to get M4A passed in both Houses?

    I just want to know.

  36. rikyrah says:

    chris evans (@notcapnamerica) Tweeted:
    There are states in this country where you must renew your license in person and retake driving test at age 75.

    We are looking at three frontrunners for President who are all 70+

    • majiir says:

      I know this is true. When I-75 was built in Middle GA, it split our neighborhood into two parts. Things were never the same. Neighbors whose homes we’d been able to walk to now required we use a detour. Cars also had to detour around the interstate highway. The areas most affected by I-75’s construction were black neighborhoods.

  37. rikyrah says:

    Already in a ditch, Mick Mulvaney finds a shovel, digs deeper
    10/21/19 08:40 AM—UPDATED 10/21/19 08:52 AM
    By Steve Benen

    On Thursday afternoon, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney appeared before reporters and acknowledged, among other things, the existence of a quid pro quo with Ukraine. The man in charge of running Donald Trump’s West Wing offered what was effectively a very public confession: the U.S. administration withheld vital military aid to a vulnerable ally, he explained, using it as leverage to convince a foreign country to participate in a political scheme for Donald Trump.

    “Get over it,” the South Carolina Republican declared after acknowledging White House wrongdoing.

    A day later, a GOP congressional leadership aide told Politico, “Mulvaney needs to learn when to stop talking.” That was a sensible observation, which the acting chief of staff ignored.

    Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney insisted Sunday that he did not say that President Donald Trump held up military aid for Ukraine for political purposes — despite acknowledging the issue at the heart of House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry during a televised press conference.

    “I’m flinching because that’s what people are saying that I said, but I didn’t say that,” Mulvaney told “Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace of the comments he made – and then walked back in a contradictory statement – Thursday.

    I’m not sure why Mulvaney thought it’d be a good idea to sit down with Fox News’ Chris Wallace, but whatever his reasoning, the president’s chief of staff was mistaken. Mulvaney was reduced to repeatedly complaining about being quoted accurately.

  38. rikyrah says:

    Tulsi Gabbard’s “crisis” consultant worked for lawyer who offered Trump Jr. Russian dirt on Hillary Clinton.

    Late last week, Hawaii Congresswoman and candidate running in the Democratic primary Tulsi Gabbard’s meltdown at Hillary Clinton hinting that “a Democratic primary candidate” was being groomed by the GOP and promoted by Russian trolls and propaganda outlets that one would think she doth protest too much. I observed at the time of the initial Gabbard meltdown that the legitimate winner of the 2016 presidential election no longer has any fucks left to give and all the truth in the world to tell as her spokesperson lit up Gabbard’s dumpster fire, saying “if the nesting doll fits.”

    I also observed at the time that Hillary Clinton was not revealing some great secret as the public record contained a wealth of evidence supporting her charge. Among these:

    Tulsi Gabbard’s budding friendship with Putin’s puppet Syrian dictator Bashaar Al-Assad – which started with Gabbard taking a secret trip with a terrorist organization to meet her new bestie,

    Russian bot and propaganda outlets that invaded our 2016 elections now giving their unequivocal and full backing to Gabbard, and

    Gabbard returning the favor by insisting that American presence to protect Syrian Kurds who were the frontlines to beating ISIS was a “regime change war” and essentially backing Trump’s move to allow a Turkish invasion in the region.

    Since the initial fireworks on Friday, though, the body of evidence continues to grow that Tulsi Gabbard is in fact deeply connected to Putin and the Russians, and Gabbard herself is creating much of that evidence on the public record.

    Gabbard’s “crisis communications” consultant also worked (works?) for Russian lawyer who offered Trump Jr. dirt on Hillary Clinton.

  39. rikyrah says:

    Brian Tyler Cohen (@briantylercohen) Tweeted:
    BIG NEWS: Federal judge BLOCKS Republican effort to undermine Amendment 4/voting rights restoration in Florida. Those with felony convictions *cannot* be blocked from registering to vote if they can’t afford to repay their financial obligations.

    Big win for voting rights.

  40. rikyrah says:

    Pop_off_Petty🎃 (@Drea_got_time) Tweeted:
    Some one ask Jilly Stein what happened to that “recount” money

  41. rikyrah says:

    See, the announcement that Fahrenthold and the Miami Herald were going to team up and get the weeds and details of how this contract was awarded was out there, too. They were not going to let this drop because they are not part of the access seekers of the WHPC. And, since none of it was on the up and up, they were gonna find shyt full of lies that could get people with charges against them.😒😒

    Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) Tweeted:
    BREAKING: Doral won’t host the G-7 after all.
    @realdonaldtrump — who two days ago awarded a massive summit to himself— now says he is taking it back from himself. Story coming…

  42. rikyrah says:

    I’m not your tap dancing negro (@PantherFist13) Tweeted:
    I think it’s important to repeat that Hilary WAS NOT warning black people about Trump, she was warning white folks. We had known FOR YEARS who Trump is, so we aren’t surprised at any of this. She is TRYING to warn y’all again. Will you listen this time, or let racism win again?💯

  43. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😄 😄😄

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