And Black women have to contend with the all-too familiar emptiness, that presents the chilly alienation that won’t be warmed up with the snug embrace of a future candidate, who will be outfitted with the unyielding devotion to the causes that are close to our hearts.
This part right here. I had to drink last night I was so shocked and upset by her announcement. I wasn’t a fan initially because of her record, but after I watched the entire field, I knew she was the only candidate in the field who intimidated White men, who had the wherewithal to clapback when it was time and she had the support of at least half the Black community.
I know this feeling. It’s all too familiar, the feeling when White people don’t support us.
White people are a real vacation, but they are going to learn in 2020. Black people’s worlds are not gonna revolve around or center White interests. We can almost guarantee a 2nd Trump term now. They’ve killed half the Black voting population’s enthusiasm and they’ve dismissed the party’s racism issues. Kamala was the best person for the job, and now we toast. I feel sorry for those foolish people. But I guess if they keep cheating to win on both sides of the aisle, we need to wake up and realize this game is rigged and we need to tapout of it.