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Desperately Seeking South Carolina: Sanders and Clinton Go After Black Vote

Both Democratic candidates seeking the presidential nomination were desperately fighting for the black vote on Wednesday, ahead of the upcoming South Carolina primary. Bernie Sanders is attempting to continue the momentum from his massive victory in New Hampshire, while Hillary Clinton is hoping that the South Carolina primary on February 27th becomes a firewall that helps shut down Bernie Sanders.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) meets with Reverend Al Sharpton at Sylvia's Restaurant on February 10, 2016 in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. The meeting comes after a strong victory for Senator Sanders in the New Hampshire primary.

Black Lives Matter Wants to Push Socialist Sanders Even Farther Left

As Bernie Sanders attempts to gain the black vote in his quest for the Democratic presidential nomination, he is encountering resistance from some radical black activists for his recent statements opposing reparations for slavery and his vote as a congressman to extradite Black Lives Matter hero, the convicted terrorist murder Assata Shakur.

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Rob Lowe Hit by Hollywood Hypocrisy After Cam Newton Tweet

Rob Lowe became a trending topic and the subject of vile and racist smears on Twitter overnight after the actor made one tweet critical of Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton’s petulant post game performance at a press conference. It’s the latest example of how the media’s Thought Police hypocritically punish errant liberals when they stray from the leftist narrative.

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Black Lives Matter Activist DeRay McKesson Running for Mayor of Baltimore

Prominent Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson announced he is running for mayor of the city of Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore native son McKesson plans to fight the political establishment and shake up the system by running as a Democrat, taking on about a dozen other candidates in the city’s April 26 primary.