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  1. This needs to stop 🛑 we are humans and Americans. No one is above the law and laws should never be used to exclude anyone

    1. You clearly do not understand Republican philosophy. Exclusion is a major cornerstone of it – something the courted when they courted the worst of the former Democrats in the 1960s and beyond. You see, to them, we are not “real” Americans. My trans niece, daughter (formerly son) to two retired Army Colonels is not a real American to them, and I would guess that since they support her fully, neither are they despite their decades of honorable service.

    2. @Pat Doyle read the actual bill. This is some of the most sick race bating and blacksploitation i have ever seen. Its all lies.

    1. @Fred Freddy Just don’t go rounding the turn, otherwise, we’ll be back in 2016-2020. 🤨

  2. So glad they’ve dropped the charges and shown some sanity. The arrest should not have happened, and she should not have been injured or charged! THAT was criminal!

    1. This is what minorities have been dealing with for hundreds of years. The conservative members of society do not want to lose their privileges, and what I have to say to that is, they must at all costs.

    1. You should be very proud to be Georgian, it seems to be in a state of change, Georgia voted for Biden and voted two talented lawmakers into the senate giving the dems the majority.

  3. Yeah, that’s pretty sad and despicable that Georgia’s Governor signed those hum voting laws under a painting of a plantation!

    1. Georgia Governor Kemp’s eighteenth-century ancestor James Habersham successfully lobbied to institute slavery in Georgia, becoming the colony’s governor and building a fortune from the family’s slave-worked rice plantations of Silk Hope, Forest Dean, and Beverley.

  4. My Irish heart is breaking for my abused brothers and sisters in the so called Land of the Free. The people of Ireland are with you. And if any of our diaspora are your enemies, then we will not allow their shame to go unpunished. They shall know of our disgust and they will be reviled. We stand with you and if necessary, beside you.
    Tiocfaidh ár lá.

    1. THANKYOU. Great grandfather from Edinburgh on my dad’s side and (O’Keefe) from my mom’s mother. Take care.

    2. @Blue Red I’m raising a glass to you and yours sir. Oops, I seemed to have raised another one. All the luck in the world to you!

    3. @Leslie Irving my headmaster was named Father O’Keefe and my mother hailed from Scotland too! I’m feeling fearful my homework’s not up to scratch. 😬

    4. @Farcical POTUS you guys are fun.
      Bartender (i hope she’s gorgeous lol) give these guys a round on me🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻🍻
      By the way, if the bartender is a guy don’t tease him lol

  5. How old is the representative? She looks like she is 12 years old. She is blessed to look so young. For her to be blessed, the governor is messing with the wrong person, she has great backing.

  6. Thank you Advisor Cedric Richmond! Keepin it real on the high road! “Because we care about the next generation.” Excellent

  7. This woman should have never been treated the way she had. Why did those officers immediately jump to arrest her? I never realized that knocking on a door while black was a crime!

    1. It looks like a lot of us white folk are getting a wake up call. We were lulled into a false sense of security, thinking that racism was dying in America because White supremacists and the KKK did not seem active, anymore. But the previous president and his administration gave them an environment where they could feel comfortable coming out in public. Suddenly, many of us then had to come to grips with the fact that racism in America is as big a problem now as it has ever been.

  8. Unbelievable! Thank you, Thank you,, we ALL Love you here.
    Looks like kkk is trying to make a come back.
    What a bunch of Jackasses….

  9. This just shows how bad it is these days in this country I’m ashamed to say that I’m a American citizen My admiration for this woman knows no boundaries This should not happen to anyone in this country….

  10. I hope that she sue everyone that was involved with her detention from, Brian Jim Crow 2.0 KKKemp and those cops…

  11. What we see in Georgia is the same as we see in Russia. They even arrest political opponents for no other reason than they’re political opponents.

    1. No they were arrested for the same reason folks were arrested at the Capitol on Jan 6th. … Because she refused to leave on her own peaceably. FACT!!!!

  12. As a non US observer for many many years, this young legislator is a credit to herself, her community and your country. You need people like her – you do not need those who seek to disenfranchise anybody from voting based on factors that are obviously racist in their motivation. Shame on them! Wake up USA and work for the enfranchisement of all with a Country-first centre of gravity. Naive I may be – but my gosh we have to put our faith in people like this young ambassador for a future worth living in.

  13. And, thank you, girlfriend, host of the show, for making this moment of her life become the potential future moment of all of our lives. thank you for leading us.

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