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White Woman Calls Cops On Black Investor Because He Doesn’t Belong In ‘Her’ Neighborhood

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White Woman Calls Cops On Black Investor Because He Doesn’t Belong In ‘Her’ Neighborhood

Recently, we have seen numerous examples of black men and women having the cops called on them by bigoted white people just for being black. The latest example of this is investor Michael Hayes, who showed up at a house in Memphis, Tennessee to check out his potential new investment — a dilapidated home he wanted to fix up.

Hayes did nothing wrong and even had an investment contract in hand and put a sign in the yard indicating what he was doing — but that didn’t stop the nosy and racist-as-fuck white neighbor from deciding he didn’t belong there and telling him to get out of “her” neighborhood.

The woman asked Hayes what he was doing, so he showed her the investment contract as well as written permission from the current owner to be on the property — but that wasn’t good enough for the cracker next door, who called the police.

The cops who showed up were surprisingly cordial and didn’t even shoot him or beat him or anything. In fact, they told the neighbor to let him do his job. She agrees that he can do his job in the most “not-racist” way possible: “Hurry up, do it, and get out!”

The officers tell the woman that he can take all the time he needs and even stay to make sure he can do his job.

This is exactly how law enforcement should handle the situation when crazy white people call the police on a person for being too black, but as we have seen from recent events, too many cops immediately decide that black skin equals a problems — a potentially fatal error that has time and again led to black men, women, and children losing their lives or coming to harm.

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SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh said he would ‘put the nail’ in independent counsel ruling

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SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh said he would ‘put the nail’ in independent counsel ruling

In a 2016 video, Judge Kavanaugh argued that he would overturn Morrison v. Olson, a Supreme Court ruling that underpins the appointment of independent counsels. The ruling largely fell out of favor after Ken Starr’s turn in the Clinton era. As FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver points out, however, Kavanaugh volunteered the example by himself, revealing something about his views on Supreme Court precedent.

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Sarah Sanders: We’re working on “bold reforms” to stop Russian election interference

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Sarah Sanders: We’re working on “bold reforms” to stop Russian election interference

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the Trump administration is working on “bold reforms” to ensure Russian interference in US elections never happens again.

Sanders was asked if Trump sees Russian meddling in the 2016 election as “an attack on democracy.”

The President has faced continued furor over his remarks about election meddling made alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday in Helsinki.

Here’s what Sanders said today:

The President thinks that we have to focus on securing our election integrity and our election systems, which is why he has spent so much time with his administration making sure that this doesn’t happen again. Let’s not forget this didn’t happen under President Trump’s watch. This happened under the Obama administration. We’re taking steps, we’re making bold reforms to try to fix this and make sure it never happens again.

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Here’s what Sarah Sanders says Trump and Putin talked about in their private meeting

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Here’s what the White House says Trump and Putin talked about in their private meeting

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders listed a number of topics that were included in President Trump’s private one-on-one meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

Sanders listed Syrian humanitarian aid, Israeli security, North Korea, denuclearization, Ukraine and the occupation of Crimea, reducing Russian and US nuclear arsenals, and “your favorite topic” Russian interference in elections.

Sanders said the meeting reflected the “beginning of the dialogue with Russia and our administration and theirs and we’re going to continue working through those things.”

Sanders also said Putin’s proposal of having Russian prosecutors question US officials, including former US ambassador to Russia Mike McFaul, arose in Trump’s meeting, but she said no agreements were reached.

“He said it was an interesting idea. He didn’t commit to anything,” Sanders said. “We’ve committed to nothing.”

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