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It's fascinating to watch the ignorant hypocrisy of someone like Don Lemon. He is an "African" American; that's a "minority". He's a queer; that's a "minority". And he advocates vociferously that those minority groups should have a "loud and proud" voice in all the decision-making in this country. Yet he cannot see that his disdain for the Electoral College - because the "minority" of people can elect the president - is in STARK contrast to his views on blacks and queers having a "loud and proud" voice in decision-making.


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2020-53-Tu 02:53:01 pm

It's fascinating to watch the ignorant hypocrisy of someone like Don Lemon. He is an "African" American; that's a "minority". He's a queer; that's a minority. And he advocates vociferously that those minority groups should have a "loud and proud" voice in all the decision-making in this country. Yet he cannot see that his disdain for the Electoral College - because the "minority" of people can elect the president - is in STARK contrast to his views on blacks and queers have a "loud and proud" voice in decision-making.

2020-16-Tu 04:16:52 pm

It's fascinating to watch the ignorant hypocrisy of someone like Don Lemon. He is an "African" American; that's a "minority". He's a queer; that's a minority. And he advocates vociferously that those minority groups should have a "loud and proud" voice in all the decision-making in this country. Yet he cannot see that his disdain for the Electoral College - because the "minority" of people can elect the president - is in STARK contrast to his views on blacks and queers having a "loud and proud" voice in decision-making.

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