As the Courier Journal reported:
Booker's participation in recent protests against police brutality and racism in his hometown of Louisville catapulted him into the national spotlight and led to a spike in interest and support for his candidacy among people within and outside of Kentucky.
DOD Statement attributable to Chief Pentagon Spokesman Jonathan Hoffman:
We are in the middle of a perfect storm of white supremacy, fascism, a police killing spree, an uprising against it, the Coronavirus pandemic, and a mad genius who will be willing to fake his own vaccine shot just to get re-elected in an election he has no intention of holding.
The right to love, the right to hate.
From the UK to the world.
Update: thanks to everyone for clarifying what the left actually thinks of the working class.
Today I am fifty and I honestly didn't think I was going to make it this far so I hope it's not unacceptably self-indulgent to post an essay.
“You never really know what's coming. A small wave, or maybe a big one. All you can do is hope that when it comes, you can surf over it, instead of drown in its monstrosity.”
~ Alysha Speer
No clickbait, no bullshit, just me presenting the result of countless hours of painstakingly researching, connecting dots, and critical thinking/deductive reasoning. Here is the summary of my findings.
Methodology : (For those who research)
To hear Barack Obama now making the claim that Bush was committed to the rule of law and human rights is just the latest betrayal of a Democratic Party that has systematically prevented a reckoning for the crimes of the 43rd president, a party that is clearly uninterested in truth or accountability, and is more than willing to rewrite history to advance its political goals.