Open Thread | The Media Doesn’t Think That We Don’t See Them Trying to ‘ Hillary’ MVP

We see them from a mile away. We see them trying to slander the Vice-President. Trying to ” Hillary” her, and that they are taken aback by people calling them on their garbage. Trying to gaslight us that we don’t see what is right in front of our faces.


I agree. If you want to work for MVP, be ready to suit up and go to WAR for her.

We are past the cookware and now on earbuds.

Kenny with the word.

Uh huh 😒

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12 Responses to Open Thread | The Media Doesn’t Think That We Don’t See Them Trying to ‘ Hillary’ MVP

  1. rikyrah says:

    Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) tweeted at 8:57 AM on Tue, Dec 07, 2021:
    -gas prices down
    -supply chain eases
    -Omicron looks less deadly

    this is problem w/ mindless Biden “crisis” coverage, the press just moves on when news improves

  2. rikyrah says:

    MVP’s bluetooth ‘ scandal’….
    another example of how the MSM ain’t shyt.

    We had a President of the United States who routinely went around making phone calls on UNSECURED PHONES


    I don’t remember them being hysterical about that.

    Yeah, got receipts for days on these clowns.

  3. rikyrah says:

    So…another benefit shown for vaccination…..

    delthia ricks 🔬 (@DelthiaRicks) tweeted at 1:50 AM on Tue, Dec 07, 2021:
    People who are vaccinated are contagious for a shorter period of time after SARSCoV2 exposure compared w/ people who are unvaccinated, according to a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine by a team from Yale, Harvard, Duke, Columbia & elsewhere

  4. rikyrah says:

    I agree.

    Laurie Garrett (@Laurie_Garrett) tweeted at 11:08 AM on Mon, Dec 06, 2021:
    This is from the President of #SouthAfrica 🇿🇦 arguing, I believe correctly, that his country has done everything properly, alerted the world to #OmicronVariant , & been penalized for doing so.
    @POTUS #JoeBiden should lift travel restrictions on African nations NOW.

  5. rikyrah says:

    Get your booster, people.

    Get that booster!

    Reuters (@Reuters) tweeted at 4:05 AM on Tue, Dec 07, 2021:
    A British study has found that switching up vaccines for the second dose can lead to a strong immune response, especially a shot of AstraZeneca or Pfizer-BioNTech followed by Moderna

  6. rikyrah says:

    All the while, their Orange Savior is fully vaccinated and boostered.

    Uh huh

    John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) tweeted at 8:15 AM on Mon, Dec 06, 2021:
    persuasion and mandates have gradually pushed up vaccinations among those initially hesistant, including Blacks and Hispanics

    they haven’t melted hard-core resistance among Republicans, who now make up 60% of unvaccinated Americans, according to @KFF

  7. rikyrah says:

    The New York Times (@nytimes) tweeted at 10:10 AM on Mon, Dec 06, 2021:
    New York City will implement a sweeping vaccine mandate for all private employers that will take effect Dec. 27, Mayor Bill de Blasio said, calling it the first mandate of its kind in the U.S.

  8. rikyrah says:

    Always doing the work

    Rep. Lauren Underwood (@RepUnderwood) tweeted at 7:25 AM on Tue, Dec 07, 2021:
    Today I’m joining the @VP and other maternal health champions at the @WhiteHouse to discuss the historic #Momnibus provisions in the #BuildBackBetter Act. We have a once-in-a-generation chance to pass the largest investment in history to save moms’ lives – the time to act is now.

  9. rikyrah says:

    I am tired of these voter suppressors in the press
    If you don’t have those who will try and both sides us out of democracy, then you have those who preach doom and gloom.
    Phuck all of them and call them out 😡

  10. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning Everyone 😊😊😊

  11. rikyrah says:

    Congratulations to them.

    Baseball Hall of Fame: Buck O’Neil, Minnie Miñoso and Gil Hodges among six voted in by eras committees
    Bud Fowler, Jim Kaat, and Tony Oliva were also voted in on Sunday
    By Mike Axisa

    The National Baseball Hall of Fame will induct at least six new members in 2022. Sunday evening the Hall of Fame’s Early Baseball Era Committee announced Negro League legends Bud Fowler and Buck O’Neil have been voted into Cooperstown. Also voted in were Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Miñoso, and Tony Oliva by the Golden Days Era Committee.

    Simply put, O’Neil is a Negro Leagues icon and one of the most important figures in baseball history. A fine player who went to three All-Star Games in 10 Negro League seasons, O’Neil founded the Negro League Baseball Hall of Fame in Kansas City following his playing days, and he was also the first Black coach in baseball history. O’Neil died at age 94 in 2006, and the Buck O’Neil Award is given annually to the “individual whose extraordinary efforts enhanced baseball’s positive impact on society, broadened the game’s appeal, and whose character, integrity and dignity are comparable to the qualities exhibited by O’Neil.”


    As with Hodges and O’Neil, Miñoso’s induction is long overdue. The Cuban Comet was one of the league’s first Latino players and All-Stars, and he is also considered the first Black Cuban player in the big leagues. He hit .299/.387/.461 with 2,110 hits, 195 home runs, and 216 steals in parts of 20 seasons, most with the White Sox. Miñoso, a 13-time All-Star, died at age 89 in 2015.


    Fowler is widely considered the first Black professional baseball player. He pitched and played the infield in the 1800s and later helped found the Page Fence Giants, one of the all-time great Black barnstorming teams. Fowler died at age 54 in 1913.

  12. rikyrah says:

    Reuters (@Reuters) tweeted at 8:20 PM on Mon, Dec 06, 2021:
    Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin will speak over video link on Tuesday about contentious issues including Russian threats to Ukraine and cyberattacks on U.S. companies

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