NEW YORK, NY – The night started with a party, the kind to which Black Lives Matter loves an invite. Scores of people joined in one of the happier-looking protest/celebration mashups of this vicious election season.
The scene was Washington Square Park in Manhattan, the day was Friday, three days after election day, and the party theme was “Donald Trump is Over.”
New Yorkers were out to party, declaring Joe Biden winner of the presidential election, despite serious questions regarding fraudulent activity. Turns out, it was just a typical night in the Big Apple.
One celebrant, for unknown reasons, decided to get naked and dance in the water fountain, then run around showing everyone what his mother gave him. All while shouting to anyone who would listen:
In online advertisements for the event, organizers announced:
“The people are calling it!”
In other words, they could not wait to see if the election was legally called in Biden’s favor to announce him as the winner over President Trump.
Those who attended the dance party then took to the streets before 10 p.m. According to the New York Post, the happy people walked through neighborhoods of the Lower East Side and Greenwich Village, “cursing the police, Donald Trump and Joe Biden along the way.”
One of the attendees, Gail Ressler, did not know of the event in advance, but was intrigued by the street-side noise and decided to join in.
“I could hear the noise outside, so I came outside. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be — maybe Philadelphia.”
Thankfully, the protests and parties did not result in any reported violence. Friday’s protests were unlike the ones on Nov. 4, when three women were arrested for allegedly kicking and punching police officers, and the one Nov. 5, in which a man allegedly strangled an officer with a chain.
On Nov. 7, when the media announced that they believed Biden had won the election, parties erupted to celebrate the president’s apparent defeat.
In Harlem, some residents were heard yelling:
“Fuck you Donald Trump.”
There were also several demonstrations that stopped traffic for a period of time on Broadway, with the crowds dancing and spraying champagne to celebrate Biden’s apparent victory.
Chase Rivera, who was seen excitedly riding a Citi Bike in the area, was stopped by reporters for The Guardian and asked his thoughts on the news of the election.
He explained to them:
“We were on our way to a dictatorship [with Trump] . . . This is the happiest I’ve seen people in 2020.”
However, like many people who make the claim that President Trump is a dictator, they cannot provide one single, solitary example as proof. In a dictatorship, the dictator kills those who oppose him, shuts down free speech, and imposes his rule through the military and the police.
The above is markedly different from what President Trump has done while he has been in office. Despite being under relentless attack from the mainstream media, celebrities, politicians and activists, the president has never had any opponent killed, to go to an extreme example. He fights his battles the civilized way, through the courts. Exactly the opposite of dictatorial behavior.
Rivera also said that he was happy Biden was elected because he feels that he will handle the pandemic better than the president has.
“Biden and Harris have already spoken on the coronavirus and we need to get to grips with it. Then I’m very excited for the Green New Deal, and that we will be part of the Paris climate accord again and take action on the climate crisis.”
Here again, Biden and Harris have offered nothing different from what the president has done, and is doing, to combat the virus. Except for one difference, the president is against shutting down the country over the virus, whereas Biden has spoken about instituting further lockdowns and mandatory use of face masks.
Biden also plans to repeal the ban on “majority Muslim nations,” among other things.
The mean-spirited celebrations were to be expected in New York City, which was solidly Biden territory, save for the Trump stronghold of Staten Island.
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November 4, 2020
NEW YORK, NY – Once again, an outspoken celebrity, who earns massive amounts of money and thinks he is entitled to tell people what to do, is denouncing anyone who did not vote for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
On Wednesday, Nov. 4th, Black Entertainment Television host Marc Lamont Hill appeared on “TMZ Live” and not only insulted everyone who voted for President Trump, but accused those who cast their vote for him of being racists, whether they realize it or not.
When discussing the election, outspoken Hill, who was clearly disappointed in the undecided outcome said:
“I believe that if you are a person who doesn’t identify as racist, but a person being a racist isn’t a deal breaker for you, in terms of voting, then you’re just a racist who hasn’t come to terms with it yet.”
That is a very bold, blanket statement coming from someone who has the platform to create unity, but instead is just further deepening the divide. Hill then goes on to say that President Trump stands next to white supremacists, white nationalists, and finds it hard to denounce folks like David Duke.
Law Enforcement Today has reported many times on the fact that President Trump is in fact NOT a white supremacist, and does in fact denounce white supremacy and white nationalists.
Hill then goes on to say that if people who voted for President Trump feel:
“ ‘Yeah but I really like my tax rate, yeah but that $1,200 check was really nice,’ if that is your response that racism just isn’t that big of a deal, I think you got some soul searching to do.”
As if calling everyone who voted for President Trump a racist isn’t enough, Hill then basically goes on to say that America should be ashamed, because the presidential race has not been decided yet. Americans should be ashamed that the race is even close, because, apparently according to him, Joe Biden should have won by a landslide, because you know, he is not the “racist” one.
“The other part of it that people are frustrated by, is that this is even a close race at all. We wanted this, at least I wanted this, to be in the morning a referendum on Trump, like that America squarely rejects Trump’s America.
“That we’re going to show through a good old-fashioned butt kicking that we don’t stand for the way he has talked about race, the way he has talked about women, the way he has handled Covid. And the fact that it’s a close race at all says everything you need to know about where we are as a country.”
Votes are still being counted, but Trump’s already approaching 67 million votes, and MLH says those numbers are alarming if you’re black.
With the presidency still up for grabs after Election Day, Hill tells us why the feeling this time around is even worse than 2016 and what he thinks the results say about our country, TMZ reported.
In the meantime, Rapper Lil Wayne recently announced his endorsement for President Trump’s reelection, touting the president’s plan to provide more financial support for black Americans. His announcement caused a social media buzz, with many leftists spewing racist hate at him.
Lil Wayne, whose real name is Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., posted a photo of himself with Trump, tweeting:
“Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done.”
In previous tweets, the rapper denounced the notion that America is a deeply racist country and that black Americans are held back.
In 2016, he was asked about Black Lives Matter and responded with:
“What is it? What do you mean?”
“That just sounds weird. I don’t know, that you put a name on it. It’s not a name. It’s not ‘whatever, whatever.’ It’s somebody got shot by police for a fucking reason.”
The rapper didn’t stop there:
“I am a young, black, rich n*gga, if that don’t let you know that America understand black (inaudible) matters these days, I don’t know what it is. Don’t come at me with that dumb shit. I don’t feel connected to a damn thing that ain’t got nothin’ to do with me.”
Trump’s Platinum Plan for black communities vows to “increase access to capital by almost $500 billion” and is made up of four core pillars. The pillars are opportunity, security, prosperity and fairness. Unsurprisingly, the leftists were less than pleased with Lil Wayne’s endorsement of Trump.
As predicted, the leftists spewed racist jibes, while conservatives defended the rapper for having his own opinion. However, Lil Wayne is not the only rapper to recently reveal himself to be a secret MAGA supporter.
Rapper Lil Pump also shared a “photoshopped” image of himself meeting the president followed by a video on his Instagram stories in which he announced he’ll be voting for Trump because of Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan.
Ice Cube, while he never verbally said he would be “voting” for Trump, recently received some backlash after he revealed that he has been working with the Trump administration to address issues of racial inequality.
Ice Cube defended his position on Twitter, saying he would “advise anyone on the planet who has the power to help black Americans close the enormous wealth gap.”
Lil Wayne and Ice Cube’s conversations with the Trump campaign come as the Democratic Party and presidential nominee Joe Biden grapple with criticism from progressives and conservatives that politicians on both sides have been taking black voters for granted for decades.
Rapper 50 Cent also announced that he would rather vote for Trump than let Biden raise his taxes. However, he seems to have walked back that initial endorsement after his ex-girlfriend Chelsea Handler publicly shamed him over his political stance and then offered to pay his taxes for him.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters that Lil Wayne and the Trump administration had been holding conversations for “quite some time.” She said:
“You’re seeing a number of people come in and support Trump because his accomplishments speak for themselves.”
Trump Campaign Communications Director Tim Murtaugh tweeted:
“This is a BIG deal.”
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