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Lil Wayne WEEZY F
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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.
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You’re a fucking idiot, dude.

when black people become freedom thinkers white liberals lose their mind

“He assured me we will get it done”
My god how dumb are you

My god how dumb are you thinking someone whose been a major role

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BOOOOM!!! The American Experience in 2020. Here you have it!
For real and no cosplay. The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020. In 4 days.
As a person who really enjoyed Obama’s 8 years and thought, Hillary Clinton would become the first woman to lead the U.S.A., reading the latest news makes me wonder, – it ain’t be true.


Trump is winning the voter registration battle against Biden in key states
It may not be enough to erase the former VP’s polling lead but could boost the president if the race tightens.

David WassermanDavid Wasserman is House editor for The Cook Political Report and an NBC News contributor.
Oct. 1, 2020, 3:32 PM CEST / Updated Oct. 1, 2020, 8:06 PM CEST
In the last few weeks, Joe Biden has led President Donald Trump by a fairly consistent 8-point average in national polls and has maintained leads in more than enough battleground states to win the Electoral College, including Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — all states Trump won in 2016.

But there are signs Trump’s ground operation is paying off when it comes to registering new voters in key states, an advantage that could become important if the race tightens before Nov. 3.

The Trump campaign has boasted that it knocks on more than a million doors a week, a claim that’s impossible to independently verify. In sharp contrast, the Biden campaign had ditched a ground game for virtual outreach, citing Covid-19 concerns — even though academic research has routinely concluded door-to-door canvassing is the “most consistently effective and efficient method of voter mobilization.” Only just now has the Biden campaign decided to restart its in-person voter contacts in some battleground states.

As deadlines approach, new data from the past few months shows Republicans have swamped Democrats in adding new voters to the rolls, a dramatic GOP improvement over 2016, even if new registrations have lagged 2016 rates across the board. It’s a sign that in a pandemic, Democrats are struggling to seize traditional opportunities to pad their margins, such as the return of students to college campuses.

Of the six states Trump won by less than 5 points in 2016, four — Arizona, Florida, North Carolina and Pennsylvania — permit voters to register by party. In all four states, voter registration trends are more robust for the GOP than four years ago.

In Florida, Republicans added a net 195,652 registered voters between this March’s presidential primary and the end of August, while Democrats added 98,362 and other voters increased 69,848. During the same period in 2016, Republicans added a net 182,983 registrants, Democrats 163,571 and others 71,982. In 2016, Trump prevailed in Florida by just 112,911 votes.

Even in heavily blue Miami-Dade County, where Hillary Clinton beat Trump by 29 points in 2016, Republicans added a net 22,986 additional voter registrations between March and the end of August, compared to 11,142 for Democrats.

In Pennsylvania, Republicans added a net 135,619 voters between this June’s primary and the final week of September, while Democrats added 57,985 and other voters increased 49,995. Between the April 2016 primary and the November 2016 general election, Republicans added 175,016 registrants, Democrats added 155,269 and others 118,989. That fall, Trump won the state by just 44,292 votes.

The pro-GOP trend since 2016 is also apparent, if less dramatic, in Arizona and North Carolina, two Sun Belt states Democrats have high hopes of flipping blue.

In North Carolina, Republicans added a net 83,785 voters between this March’s presidential primary and the final week of September, while Democrats added 38,137 and other voters jumped 100,256. During the same period in 2016, Republicans added 54,157 registrants, Democrats added 38,931 and others 140,868. In 2016, Trump carried North Carolina by 173,315 votes.

In Arizona, Democrats out-registered Republicans 31,139 to 29,667 on a net basis between the March presidential primary and the August state primary, compared to Democrats topping Republicans 66,523 to 53,185 over the same period in 2016. This data doesn’t include new registrations from late August or September, and Arizona’s registration deadline is Oct. 5.
more at:
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/trump-s-winning-voter-registration-battle-against-biden-key-states-n1241674


The American Experience. California Palm Springs, Kaufmann House 1947
The American Experience. California Palm Springs, Kaufmann House 1947

BOOOOM!!! The American Experience.
MURAKAMI Takashi 村上隆, who has brain and is NOT dumb, posing with Kanye West, who officially endorsed Donald Trump, see the photographs. Here you have it!

Kanye West together with MURAKAMI Takashi and the President of the U.S.A. Donald Trump, 2018, pics creative common sense
Kanye West together with MURAKAMI Takashi and the President of the U.S.A. Donald Trump, 2018, pics creative common sense

BOOOOM!!! The American Experience.
Music – politics – culture. Who uses who for her/his purposes?

2020/10/2 David Zwirner Gallery: Artists for Biden
https://art-culture.world/articles/david-zwirner-gallery-artists-for-biden-アーティスツ・フォー・バイデン/

アーティスツ・フォー・バイデン Artists for Biden
アーティスツ・フォー・バイデン Artists for Biden

“Friend of mine bought a gun today. Like many people he’s concerned about the climate surrounding the election. He made his selection, bought the piece and left. Then realized it takes *hours* less time to buy a gun in Georgia than it does to vote there.”
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Madison County Moves 2,000 Black, Hispanic Voters To Crowded Precinct With Little Warning
ASHTON PITTMAN, OCTOBER 29, 2020
RIDGELAND, Miss.—Steve Cunningham had expected to cast his ballot for this year’s presidential election at the same Madison County, Miss., precinct where he has voted since at least 2008: the Ridgeland Recreation Center. 
Instead, the African American man is among about 2,550 mostly Black and Hispanic voters in southeast Ridgeland, a historic white-flight suburb outside just north of Jackson, who were quietly rezoned out of their racially mixed precinct this summer. They were placed, instead, into an already-majority non-white one.
Carol Mann, a Democratic candidate for District 1 election commissioner, told the Mississippi Free Press that the voters are being moved from a location “with adequate polling stations and adequate parking to an extremely cramped polling place” and that the change will cause “chaos and confusion.”
Though Cunningham received a letter in July informing him about the change, several residents in Madison County’s Supervisor District 1 told Mann and, later, the Mississippi Free Press, that they have not received notifications about the new location. They worry that the change is a racially motivated attempt to suppress the non-white votes.
Cunningham told the Mississippi Free Press on Wednesday that he believes “voter suppression” is the goal.
Non-white residents account for about 80%, or roughly 2,000, of the voters who have been moved from the Recreation Center to the apartments.
Packing Black, Hispanic Voters Into One Precinct
As recently as the March 2020 party primaries, the affected voters cast their ballots at the Ridgeland Recreation Center on Old Trace Park near the Ross Barnett Reservoir (named for the segregationist 1960s governor). Most voters in that precinct are white, but until the recent boundary change, it included a significant and growing non-white population that has helped make recent elections competitive for Democrats.
more at:
https://www.mississippifreepress.org/6492/madison-county-moves-2000-black-hispanic-voters-to-crowded-precinct-with-little-warning/

The name of this tune is Mississippi Goddam

And I mean every word of it

Alabama’s gotten me so upset
Tennessee made me lose my rest
And everybody knows about Mississippi, goddamn

Can’t you see it

Can’t you feel it

It’s all in the air

I can’t stand the pressure much longer

Somebody say a prayer

Alabama’s gotten me so upset
Tennessee made me lose my rest
And everybody knows about Mississippi, goddamn

Hound dogs on my trail
School children sitting in jail
Black cat cross my path
I think every day’s gonna be my last

Lord have mercy on this land of mine
We all gonna get it in due time
I don’t belong here

I don’t belong there
I’ve even stopped believing in prayer

Don’t tell me, I’ll tell you
Me and my people just about due
I’ve been there so I know
They keep on saying “Go slow!”

But that’s just the trouble

“do it slow”
Washing the windows

“do it slow”

Picking the cotton

“do it slow”
You’re just plain rotten

“do it slow”

You’re too damn lazy

“do it slow”

The thinking’s crazy

”do it slow”
Where am I going
What am I doing
I don’t know
I don’t know

Just try to do your very best
Stand up, be counted with all the rest
For everybody knows about Mississippi, goddamn

Picket lines, school boycotts
They try to say it’s a communist plot
All I want is equality

For my sister, my brother, my people, and me

Yes, you lied to me all these years
You told me to wash and clean my ears

And talk real fine just like a lady

And you’d stop calling me Sister Sadie

Oh but this whole country is full of lies
You’re all gonna die and die like flies
I don’t trust you any more
You keep on saying “Go slow!”
“Go slow!”

But that’s just the trouble
“do it slow”
Desegregation

“do it slow”
Mass participation

“do it slow”
Reunification
“do it slow”
Do things gradually
“do it slow”

But bring more tragedy
“do it slow”
Why don’t you see it

Why don’t you feel it

I don’t know

I don’t know

You don’t have to live next to me

Just give me my equality
Everybody knows about Mississippi

Everybody knows about Alabama
Everybody knows about Mississippi, goddamn



The imagination of America.
The Red, Green, Blue, Black, White, Yellow American Experience.
The American Experience. Right?
The projected imagination/delusion of the so-called “Greatest Nation on Earth”.
God bless America.
The questionable identity politics discourse in the U.S.A..
Everyone and every media tries to create the visualization of one’s own country / culture in the perfect way, to be reflected seriously. You tried it in vain to save your imagination.

Tokyo, 30th of October 2020
Mario A

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