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Trump Bashes FBI and Doesn’t Impose Sanctions Against Russia—but He’s Racist, so Middle America Still Loves Him 

On Friday, just hours before he’s expected to release a reportedly doctored memo condemning FBI practices, President Donald Trump again attacked the leadership of the FBI and the Justice Department because they don’t serve Russian interests and therefore don’t suit the president.

Devin Nunes Is Trash, the Memo Is Garbage and the Entire Trump Administration Is Basura, Explained

“Memo-gate” might be one of dumbest scandals coming out of this administration, which, let’s face it, has never read on grade level. To my understanding, because I’ve refused to follow this closely, Republican House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, who has been trash since the investigation into Donald…

Trump Is Making the GOP Look Like Fake Russia Hawks

President Ronald Reagan may go down as the greatest Russia hawk in U.S. history. His tough stance against the Soviet Union’s expansionism and his efforts to support anti-Soviet movements in former communist-bloc states helped lead to the USSR’s fall in 1991. His “Tear down this wall” speech at the Brandenburg Gate in…

Russian Meddling Reveals Truths America Can’t Place at the Kremlin’s Feet

As special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and the Kremlin intensifies upon the one-year mark of Trump’s election victory, Americans are still reeling over the methods Moscow used to exploit their racial discord.

The Bolshevik Revolution Took Place 100 Years Ago. What Is Its Legacy With Black People?

One of the most powerful proclamations of the Bolshevik Revolution was that it would form a nation where everyone would be treated equally. The Kremlin was eager to exploit Western imperialism in Africa and the United States, where colonialism and Jim Crow were the rules of the land. The pledge was very appealing to…

Russian Artists Explore Soviet Union’s History With Black People 

Claude McKay was a young writer exploring the possibilities of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics when he addressed the 4th Congress of the Comintern in the Kremlin’s Throne Room in 1922. A key figure in the Harlem Renaissance, the Jamaican writer wondered if the USSR could offer him what the United States did…

Russia’s Recent Facebook Ads Prove the Kremlin Never Loved Black People

Thousands of Russian-bought Facebook ads that the social media company is preparing to deliver to Congress reveal a very sound knowledge of America’s racial discord. With some of the ads calling for protections of gun rights, warning of the so-called dangers of immigration and of promoting Black Lives Matter groups,…

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Trump Didn’t Want to Sign Russia Sanctions Bill, but Here’s Why He Had To 

In a move that would’ve made The Wire’s Stringer Bell proud, Congress effectively played the president and left him with no choice: Either sign the bill issuing sanctions against Russia, or look like you’re in bed with Russia. And get this: The bill even prevents the president from single-handedly easing the…