Mandela Barnes was defeated by GOP Sen. Ron Johnson Tuesday night in Wisconsin, sending Johnson back to the Senate for his third term.
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor reacted to claims the Republican senator provided fake electors to overturn the 2020 election.
During a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson suggested gargling mouthwash as a viable treatment for COVID-19 saying, “Standard gargle, mouthwash, has been proven to kill the coronavirus.”
On Monday The Wall Street Journal published Johnson's op-ed titled, “I Will Not be Silenced by the Left,” where he held on for dear life to sentiments that rule out the harsh realities of systemic racism, especially in regards to Black communities and social justice issues.
There is an old saying: “What’s understood doesn’t have to be explained.” Apparently, police officers in Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri are lacking in the understanding department, so the United States Department of Justice had to explain to them that it’s inappropriate to where “I Am Darren Wilson” wristbands while policing protests in Ferguson. Darren […]
According to a new study released by the Public Religion Institute, 51 percent of White Americans agree that Black people as well as other minority groups are treated unfairly in the criminal justice system — up from 42 percent in 2013. I imagine this is the part where I’m supposed to say, “Congratulations, 51 percent of White […]
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