Wednesday, July 10, 2019

The #coloredrevolution Kicks Off With The NAACP 2020 Presidential Campaign In Detroit

The world is about to meet the Detroit NAACP.

This is going to be a hot mess, but, hey, what d I know?

I know everyone is going to have to #sayhisname.

I also know that Detroit wants to replenish TARP with their economic development reparations foreign fraud scheme.

I also know no one is going to speak about what happened in Detroit, or the 2016 election, or the 2014 election, or the 2012 election, or the 2010 election, or the Detroit Land Bank Authority, or SIGTARP, or the 2017 insurrection, or the Detroit Bankruptcy, or the Detroit Grand Bargain, or the *russian/israeli/ukrainian* invasion, or infant mortality, or child poverty, or foster care, or adoption, or the Michigan Children's Trust Fund, or the uranium trade, or human trafficking, or...

Oh, heck, just get ready for the #clownfest.

Viva la #coloredrevolution!



8 presidential hopefuls set to address NAACP convention in Detroit

NAACP President Derrick Johnson gives his remarks during the news conference.
"We have no problem with throwing
the race card as a legal defense."
Eight of the more than two dozen candidates competing for the Democratic 2020 presidential ticket are scheduled to visit Detroit this month to speak at the NAACP national convention.

Among the presidential candidates attending a July 24 event at the five-day convention at Cobo Center are U.S. Sens. Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar as well as former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro and former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke, according to the NAACP.

Former Vice President Joe Biden was confirmed Wednesday as an eighth attendee for the July 24 forum.

The NAACP release indicate other candidates could be added to the forum.

“The candidates listed as are the ones confirmed as of this morning but candidates are still being confirmed and more will be added to list,” spokesman Austyn Ross told The Detroit News on Wednesday.

The NAACP invites both Republican and Democratic nominees for president to speak at the July convention during each presidential election, NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson said in a statement. Recent Republican nominees who have addressed the Democratic-friendly NAACP convention have been President George W. Bush and Sen. John McCain.

“We remain committed to ensuring black voters are heard and counted throughout this next election cycle,” Johnson said in a statement. “This presidential forum allows us to hear from the candidates as well as bring their attention to our most pressing concerns as a community.”

People can suggest questions for the presidential candidate forum at

The candidates are set to return to Detroit a week after the convention for the second round of Democratic presidential debates July 30 and 31.

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