I had to record this... THIS ASSHAT. So he's said it many many times, but just happens to only make a mistake during the summit? BULLSHIT. He's acting tough now that he's back in America. And of course he tries to blame Obama for something, but nobody heard shit he and Putin talked about so that's all "allegedly" too. And since he said he's responsible for what happens here... What has he ever taken responsibility for? Racism? Lying repeatedly? Attacking Veterans? Groping women? Refusing housing to minorities? The rise in white people attacking minorities? Evading taxes?
WHEN HAVE YOU DONE ANYTHING RESPONSIBLE?! @realdonaldtrump@trump#impeachtrump#racist#moron#orangeidiot#traitor#traitortrump#treasonoustrump
#Racist , #homophobic and #misogynistic#tweets that #MilwaukeeBrewers reliever #JoshHader sent in 2011 and 2012 surfaced as he pitched in Tuesday night’s #AllStarGame at #NationalsPark, turning his appearance into an embarrassing stain for Hader and a public-relations nightmare for #MajorLeagueBaseball .
After Hader surrendered a three-run homer in the eighth inning, several Twitter users — starting, it seems, with an account named MLB Insider Dinger — found and retweeted messages Hader sent as a 17-year-old. The tweets included numerous uses of the n-word and an allusion to “white power” next to an emoji of a closed fist. One tweet read only, “I hate gay people.” Another referenced wanting women only for sex, cooking and cleaning. “It’s just something that happened,” Hader, a former All-Met from Old Mill who grew up in Anne Arundel County, said after the game. “I was 17 years old. As a child, I was immature. I obviously said some things that were inexcusable. That doesn’t reflect on who I am as a person today. That’s just what it is.” On Wednesday, Major League Baseball announced it would require Hader to complete sensitivity training and participate in the league’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, calling his past tweets “unacceptable.” Brewers General Manager #DavidStearn s called Hader’s tweets “inexcusable” in a statement and said the Brewers “do not believe that these posts are representative of his beliefs.” Neither the league nor the Brewers indicated Hader would
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A #blackman told his #story about an experience he described as #racialprofiling in a neighborhood where he was parked in his car.
#EzekielPhillips said if he weren’t #black, a #whitewoman would have never felt #threatened by his presence.
“You don’t have to call 911 on me. Talk to me. Ask me my name,” Phillips said.
The incident happened around 1 p.m. in May 30.
Phillips had just dropped someone off near 1470 Ramillo Avenue in #LongBeach and decided to take a 30-minute break before going to his #yoga class, which was around the corner.
He was listening to his #bikramyoga CD in when a woman walked up to his car.
“You’re not supposed to be here. This is a good neighborhood. At that moment I’m like, ‘wait hold up’. Have a good day ma’am. Namaste. And I rolled my window up,” he told FOX 11 reporter, Leah Uko.
The verbal exchange escalated from there.
“She took her phone out; started taking pictures, filming doing whatever she was doing. Hey I went to film school. I can take film as well. So I got out the car, I started filming her as soon as I start filming her, ‘what are you doing?’ Leave me alone! I’m feeling threatened. Help! Help!’ It was one of those.”
The woman called for #LongBeachpolice to come to her street.
In the 911 audio obtained by FOX 11, the woman is heard addressing the operator.
“I noticed him two houses up from my parents’ house and I’m like, you know and he’s waving to me. I don’t know who he is.“
She added, “I go ‘why are you sitting in your car in our neighborhood? And he goes ‘I’m resting’ and I’m like you weren’t two blocks back’’.”
As she walked to a neighbor’s house, Phillips followed her. “I can’t get away from him! Get away from me!” She yelled over the call.
Phillips said he was going to leave, but decided to stay.
“I thought about it. ‘If I leave, it’s looking like I’m guilty of whatever she’s talking about.”
We spoke with the neighbor whose house the woman went over to. He didn’t want to speak on camera, but said he only called 911 because the woman asked and was screaming for help.
Other neighbors, including Kelly Odom, agreed with Phillips that the woman’s actions were #racist.
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