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Biden Uses Juneteenth to Push His Federal Takeover of Elections and the Suburbs

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To destroy is the goal of the Democrats.

And you lefties, this includes your neighborhoods. Think about it for once in your life.

Also, Democrats think the voter rolls should never be purged (even though it is in federal law that they may be purged)

On Thursday, President Joe Biden signed a law proclaiming Juneteenth, June 19, a federal holiday, commemorating the freeing of the very last slaves in the United States in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865. Yet the president used Juneteenth as an excuse to push his radical agenda, including his federal takeover of elections and housing. He demonized Republican voter integrity laws and hailed a federal program that will pull zoning decisions away from city councils.
“The truth is, it’s simply not enough to just commemorate Juneteenth. After all, emancipation of enslaved black Americans didn’t mark the end of America’s work to deliver on the promise of equality,” Biden said. “To honor the true meaning of Juneteenth, we have to continue toward that promise. We’ve not gotten there yet.”
The president said his administration is “committed to doing just that. That’s why we’ve launched an aggressive effort to combat racial discrimination in housing.”
Combatting racial discrimination in housing is a noble goal, but Biden was referring to a revamped version of the Obama administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule (AFFH), a rule that started removing zoning from the purview of state and local governments. The Trump administration eliminated the rule, but the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Biden has already proposed two new rules. Part of Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan explicitly pushes for apartment buildings in neighborhoods that are currently restricted to single-family homes.
During the 2020 campaign, Biden promised to go much further than AFFH. He embraced Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) strategy for ending single-family zoning in the suburbs and creating “little downtowns” there. Biden justifies his assault on local zoning control by claiming that current zoning laws that favor single-family homes disproportionately hurt low-income people who can’t afford to move to the suburbs. Yet this policy would take away Americans’ abilities to shape their own neighborhoods.
Biden’s pledge to increase black homeownership may be noble, but Donald Trump was right to warn that Biden’s policies represent a threat to the suburbs.
In terms of pushing racial equity on Juneteenth, the president also touted his administration’s goal to give black entrepreneurs more access to capital (a noble goal but a policy that singles people out based on the color of their skin) and his desire to “give each and every child, three and four years of age, not daycare but school.” Yet without vital measures to improve schools like school choice, decreasing the age of first entry may not make much of a positive difference.
Biden also called for more funding for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) ... (NB Trump already did this)
Yet Biden saved his most controversial talking point for last.
He said America’s promise of racial equality is “not going to be fulfilled so long as the sacred right to vote remains under attack.”
“We see this assault from restrictive laws, threats of intimidation, voter purges, and more, an assault that offends our very democracy,” Biden insisted. “We can’t rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled for every one of us. … That, to me, is the meaning of Juneteenth.”
Biden’s remarks on the right to vote echoed his previous attack on Georgia’s election integrity law. He condemned the law as not just racist but “Jim Crow on Steroids.” Yet Georgia’s new law merely restored some election integrity protections that had been cast aside for the pandemic in 2020. The Washington Post gave Biden four Pinocchios for repeatedly claiming that the Georgia law “ends voting hours early.” In fact, the bill extended voting hours. The election laws in Biden’s home state of Delaware are far more restrictive.
Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah) eviscerated this line of attack in April.
“As someone who has actually experienced Jim Crow laws, I would like to set the record straight on the myths regarding the recently-passed Georgia state law, and why any comparison between this law and Jim Crow is absolutely outrageous,” Owens declared.
...


 

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To destroy is the goal of the Democrats.

And you lefties, this includes your neighborhoods. Think about it for once in your life.

Also, Democrats think the voter rolls should never be purged (even though it is in federal law that they may be purged)

On Thursday, President Joe Biden signed a law proclaiming Juneteenth, June 19, a federal holiday, commemorating the freeing of the very last slaves in the United States in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865. Yet the president used Juneteenth as an excuse to push his radical agenda, including his federal takeover of elections and housing. He demonized Republican voter integrity laws and hailed a federal program that will pull zoning decisions away from city councils.
“The truth is, it’s simply not enough to just commemorate Juneteenth. After all, emancipation of enslaved black Americans didn’t mark the end of America’s work to deliver on the promise of equality,” Biden said. “To honor the true meaning of Juneteenth, we have to continue toward that promise. We’ve not gotten there yet.”
The president said his administration is “committed to doing just that. That’s why we’ve launched an aggressive effort to combat racial discrimination in housing.”
Combatting racial discrimination in housing is a noble goal, but Biden was referring to a revamped version of the Obama administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule (AFFH), a rule that started removing zoning from the purview of state and local governments. The Trump administration eliminated the rule, but the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Biden has already proposed two new rules. Part of Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan explicitly pushes for apartment buildings in neighborhoods that are currently restricted to single-family homes.
During the 2020 campaign, Biden promised to go much further than AFFH. He embraced Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) strategy for ending single-family zoning in the suburbs and creating “little downtowns” there. Biden justifies his assault on local zoning control by claiming that current zoning laws that favor single-family homes disproportionately hurt low-income people who can’t afford to move to the suburbs. Yet this policy would take away Americans’ abilities to shape their own neighborhoods.
Biden’s pledge to increase black homeownership may be noble, but Donald Trump was right to warn that Biden’s policies represent a threat to the suburbs.
In terms of pushing racial equity on Juneteenth, the president also touted his administration’s goal to give black entrepreneurs more access to capital (a noble goal but a policy that singles people out based on the color of their skin) and his desire to “give each and every child, three and four years of age, not daycare but school.” Yet without vital measures to improve schools like school choice, decreasing the age of first entry may not make much of a positive difference.
Biden also called for more funding for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) ... (NB Trump already did this)
Yet Biden saved his most controversial talking point for last.
He said America’s promise of racial equality is “not going to be fulfilled so long as the sacred right to vote remains under attack.”
“We see this assault from restrictive laws, threats of intimidation, voter purges, and more, an assault that offends our very democracy,” Biden insisted. “We can’t rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled for every one of us. … That, to me, is the meaning of Juneteenth.”
Biden’s remarks on the right to vote echoed his previous attack on Georgia’s election integrity law. He condemned the law as not just racist but “Jim Crow on Steroids.” Yet Georgia’s new law merely restored some election integrity protections that had been cast aside for the pandemic in 2020. The Washington Post gave Biden four Pinocchios for repeatedly claiming that the Georgia law “ends voting hours early.” In fact, the bill extended voting hours. The election laws in Biden’s home state of Delaware are far more restrictive.
Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah) eviscerated this line of attack in April.
“As someone who has actually experienced Jim Crow laws, I would like to set the record straight on the myths regarding the recently-passed Georgia state law, and why any comparison between this law and Jim Crow is absolutely outrageous,” Owens declared.
...



Juneteenth is a very special day, and it should be recognized. It's the day Republicans freed our fellow Americans from Democrats who enslaved them the first time.

It needs to happen again, if you know what I mean.

Sadly, making this a federal holiday does not seem to be an initiative that unites people. I hope I am wrong about that.
 

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To destroy is the goal of the Democrats.

And you lefties, this includes your neighborhoods. Think about it for once in your life.

Also, Democrats think the voter rolls should never be purged (even though it is in federal law that they may be purged)

On Thursday, President Joe Biden signed a law proclaiming Juneteenth, June 19, a federal holiday, commemorating the freeing of the very last slaves in the United States in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865. Yet the president used Juneteenth as an excuse to push his radical agenda, including his federal takeover of elections and housing. He demonized Republican voter integrity laws and hailed a federal program that will pull zoning decisions away from city councils.
“The truth is, it’s simply not enough to just commemorate Juneteenth. After all, emancipation of enslaved black Americans didn’t mark the end of America’s work to deliver on the promise of equality,” Biden said. “To honor the true meaning of Juneteenth, we have to continue toward that promise. We’ve not gotten there yet.”
The president said his administration is “committed to doing just that. That’s why we’ve launched an aggressive effort to combat racial discrimination in housing.”
Combatting racial discrimination in housing is a noble goal, but Biden was referring to a revamped version of the Obama administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule (AFFH), a rule that started removing zoning from the purview of state and local governments. The Trump administration eliminated the rule, but the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Biden has already proposed two new rules. Part of Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan explicitly pushes for apartment buildings in neighborhoods that are currently restricted to single-family homes.
During the 2020 campaign, Biden promised to go much further than AFFH. He embraced Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) strategy for ending single-family zoning in the suburbs and creating “little downtowns” there. Biden justifies his assault on local zoning control by claiming that current zoning laws that favor single-family homes disproportionately hurt low-income people who can’t afford to move to the suburbs. Yet this policy would take away Americans’ abilities to shape their own neighborhoods.
Biden’s pledge to increase black homeownership may be noble, but Donald Trump was right to warn that Biden’s policies represent a threat to the suburbs.
In terms of pushing racial equity on Juneteenth, the president also touted his administration’s goal to give black entrepreneurs more access to capital (a noble goal but a policy that singles people out based on the color of their skin) and his desire to “give each and every child, three and four years of age, not daycare but school.” Yet without vital measures to improve schools like school choice, decreasing the age of first entry may not make much of a positive difference.
Biden also called for more funding for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) ... (NB Trump already did this)
Yet Biden saved his most controversial talking point for last.
He said America’s promise of racial equality is “not going to be fulfilled so long as the sacred right to vote remains under attack.”
“We see this assault from restrictive laws, threats of intimidation, voter purges, and more, an assault that offends our very democracy,” Biden insisted. “We can’t rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled for every one of us. … That, to me, is the meaning of Juneteenth.”
Biden’s remarks on the right to vote echoed his previous attack on Georgia’s election integrity law. He condemned the law as not just racist but “Jim Crow on Steroids.” Yet Georgia’s new law merely restored some election integrity protections that had been cast aside for the pandemic in 2020. The Washington Post gave Biden four Pinocchios for repeatedly claiming that the Georgia law “ends voting hours early.” In fact, the bill extended voting hours. The election laws in Biden’s home state of Delaware are far more restrictive.
Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah) eviscerated this line of attack in April.
“As someone who has actually experienced Jim Crow laws, I would like to set the record straight on the myths regarding the recently-passed Georgia state law, and why any comparison between this law and Jim Crow is absolutely outrageous,” Owens declared.
...



Juneteenth is a very special day, and it should be recognized. It's the day Republicans freed our fellow Americans from Democrats who enslaved them the first time.

It needs to happen again, if you know what I mean.

Sadly, making this a federal holiday does not seem to be an initiative that unites people. I hope I am wrong about that.
No, I don't know what you mean, could you s-p-e-l-l it out fer me?
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?


 

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To destroy is the goal of the Democrats.

And you lefties, this includes your neighborhoods. Think about it for once in your life.

Also, Democrats think the voter rolls should never be purged (even though it is in federal law that they may be purged)

On Thursday, President Joe Biden signed a law proclaiming Juneteenth, June 19, a federal holiday, commemorating the freeing of the very last slaves in the United States in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865. Yet the president used Juneteenth as an excuse to push his radical agenda, including his federal takeover of elections and housing. He demonized Republican voter integrity laws and hailed a federal program that will pull zoning decisions away from city councils.
“The truth is, it’s simply not enough to just commemorate Juneteenth. After all, emancipation of enslaved black Americans didn’t mark the end of America’s work to deliver on the promise of equality,” Biden said. “To honor the true meaning of Juneteenth, we have to continue toward that promise. We’ve not gotten there yet.”
The president said his administration is “committed to doing just that. That’s why we’ve launched an aggressive effort to combat racial discrimination in housing.”
Combatting racial discrimination in housing is a noble goal, but Biden was referring to a revamped version of the Obama administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule (AFFH), a rule that started removing zoning from the purview of state and local governments. The Trump administration eliminated the rule, but the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Biden has already proposed two new rules. Part of Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan explicitly pushes for apartment buildings in neighborhoods that are currently restricted to single-family homes.
During the 2020 campaign, Biden promised to go much further than AFFH. He embraced Sen. Cory Booker’s (D-N.J.) strategy for ending single-family zoning in the suburbs and creating “little downtowns” there. Biden justifies his assault on local zoning control by claiming that current zoning laws that favor single-family homes disproportionately hurt low-income people who can’t afford to move to the suburbs. Yet this policy would take away Americans’ abilities to shape their own neighborhoods.
Biden’s pledge to increase black homeownership may be noble, but Donald Trump was right to warn that Biden’s policies represent a threat to the suburbs.
In terms of pushing racial equity on Juneteenth, the president also touted his administration’s goal to give black entrepreneurs more access to capital (a noble goal but a policy that singles people out based on the color of their skin) and his desire to “give each and every child, three and four years of age, not daycare but school.” Yet without vital measures to improve schools like school choice, decreasing the age of first entry may not make much of a positive difference.
Biden also called for more funding for historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) ... (NB Trump already did this)
Yet Biden saved his most controversial talking point for last.
He said America’s promise of racial equality is “not going to be fulfilled so long as the sacred right to vote remains under attack.”
“We see this assault from restrictive laws, threats of intimidation, voter purges, and more, an assault that offends our very democracy,” Biden insisted. “We can’t rest until the promise of equality is fulfilled for every one of us. … That, to me, is the meaning of Juneteenth.”
Biden’s remarks on the right to vote echoed his previous attack on Georgia’s election integrity law. He condemned the law as not just racist but “Jim Crow on Steroids.” Yet Georgia’s new law merely restored some election integrity protections that had been cast aside for the pandemic in 2020. The Washington Post gave Biden four Pinocchios for repeatedly claiming that the Georgia law “ends voting hours early.” In fact, the bill extended voting hours. The election laws in Biden’s home state of Delaware are far more restrictive.
Rep. Burgess Owens (R-Utah) eviscerated this line of attack in April.
“As someone who has actually experienced Jim Crow laws, I would like to set the record straight on the myths regarding the recently-passed Georgia state law, and why any comparison between this law and Jim Crow is absolutely outrageous,” Owens declared.
...



Juneteenth is a very special day, and it should be recognized. It's the day Republicans freed our fellow Americans from Democrats who enslaved them the first time.

It needs to happen again, if you know what I mean.

Sadly, making this a federal holiday does not seem to be an initiative that unites people. I hope I am wrong about that.
No, I don't know what you mean, could you s-p-e-l-l it out fer me?
>> It needs to happen again, if you know what I mean.

> No, I don't know what you mean, could you s-p-e-l-l it out fer me?

Yes, sir...

Equity enslaves. Equality saves.
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?


Wow, you’re really confused about this aren’t you?! That’s just sad
 

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No matter how you slice it, this is grotesque patronization of Negroes.

Depending on your preferences, slavery either ended in January1863 with the signing of the Proclamation, or when the 13th Amendment was ratified. Juneteenth is nothing more than the day when some "enslaved persons" in Texas found out about the Emancipation Proclamation. No doubt it made them happy, but its relevance to anyone living today is non-existent.
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?


Wow, you’re really confused about this aren’t you?! That’s just sad
Joe Biden is the one who confused me.

He said slavery continues to take a toll on the US....

There is no one who is a slave right now.
There is no one who used to be a slave.
There are no parents who used to be slaves.
There are no grandparents who used to be slaves.

The truth is the only slaves in America right now are the illegals brought here by Cartels, facilitated by the Biden administration, as trafficked humans and children, part of the sex trafficking industry.

By signing into Existence a Holiday that celebrates the EBD of slavery, Ravine Joe is declaring slavery in Anerica is over - does not exist, was over LONG ago.

The only ones still plagued by slavery today are the ones who spend much time trying yo figure out how to make money from something that ended over 100 years ago, like demanding free money for nothing that affects them called 'reparations'.
 

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No matter how you slice it, this is grotesque patronization of Negroes.

Depending on your preferences, slavery either ended in January1863 with the signing of the Proclamation, or when the 13th Amendment was ratified. Juneteenth is nothing more than the day when some "enslaved persons" in Texas found out about the Emancipation Proclamation. No doubt it made them happy, but its relevance to anyone living today is non-existent.
Sounds like some Shitty Texas slave owners refused to accept they were on the wrong side of history. The right has been making the same mistake over and over and over again acting like they have lost something if a black man gets the same thing they have.
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?




Hmmm If Joe was concerned about the effects of slavery keeping Black people down, then he wouldn't be trying to raise capital gains taxes on all those black families who are trying to create generational wealth today.

He would also be trying to make sure Americans... including black Americans had affordable energy. He would be trying to make their lives easier, not harder!
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?



This ought to make it awkward in red states that refuse to teach critical race theory. Celebrating a holiday marking the end of something they refuse to teach about.
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?



This ought to make it awkward in red states that refuse to teach critical race theory. Celebrating a holiday marking the end of something they refuse to teach about.
Critical Race Throry is Marxist theology Sovialist Democrats snuck into school to indoctrinate our kids into hating their country and each other.

BTW, slavery ended over 100 years ago.

You don't know any slaves.
You don't know anyone whose parents or grandparents or great grandparents were slaves, so give that BS a rest.
 
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No matter how you slice it, this is grotesque patronization of Negroes.

Depending on your preferences, slavery either ended in January1863 with the signing of the Proclamation, or when the 13th Amendment was ratified. Juneteenth is nothing more than the day when some "enslaved persons" in Texas found out about the Emancipation Proclamation. No doubt it made them happy, but its relevance to anyone living today is non-existent.
Sounds like some Shitty Texas slave owners refused to accept they were on the wrong side of history. The right has been making the same mistake over and over and over again acting like they have lost something if a black man gets the same thing they have.
Those Democrats didn't want to give up their "property". Today if a Black person doesn't toe the Democratic party line you tards loose your shit.
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?



This ought to make it awkward in red states that refuse to teach critical race theory. Celebrating a holiday marking the end of something they refuse to teach about.
Critical Race Throry is Marxist theology Sovialist Democrats snuck into school to indoctrinate our kids into hating their country and each other.

BTW, slavery ended over 100 years ago.

You don't know any slaves.
You don't know anyone whose parents or grandparents or great grandparents were slaves, so hive that BS a rest.
Slavery never existed in the good old U.S of A children so don't believe what those mean old liberals tell you...(chuckle)
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?


Wow, you’re really confused about this aren’t you?! That’s just sad
Joe Biden is the one who confused me.

He said slavery continues to take a toll on the US....

There is no one who is a slave right now.
There is no one who used to be a slave.
There are no parents who used to be slaves.
There are no grandparents who used to be slaves.

The truth is the only slaves in America right now are the illegals brought here by Cartels, facilitated by the Biden administration, as trafficked humans and children, part of the sex trafficking industry.

By signing into Existence a Holiday that celebrates the EBD of slavery, Ravine Joe is declaring slavery in Anerica is over - does not exist, was over LONG ago.

The only ones still plagued by slavery today are the ones who spend much time trying yo figure out how to make money from something that ended over 100 years ago, like demanding free money for nothing that affects them called 'reparations'.
Well I’m sorry you’re so confused. It’s gonna be a long 3.5 years for you
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?



This ought to make it awkward in red states that refuse to teach critical race theory. Celebrating a holiday marking the end of something they refuse to teach about.
I don't know of any state where they don't teach the history of slavery. No one wants slavery to come back... it was an evil practice in the U.S. but its gone so give it a rest.
Teach little kids to move on together as friends and they will build a stronger future. Teach kids to hate or mistrust the ones sitting next to them because of their color and they will create a perfect hell for each other when they are older. Keep CRT out of schools and just give kids a chance to live.
And No... 8 year olds don't understand your nuances about CRT.... they will only learn how to put people in a box based on race,and then be bigots because thats how they were trained.
 

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...but just declared SLAVERY CONTINUES to take a toll in the US.....

So is slavery over in the US or not?

If NOT, did Biden just create a holiday celebrating on-going slavery?

Which is it, Joe?


Wow, you’re really confused about this aren’t you?! That’s just sad
Joe Biden is the one who confused me.

He said slavery continues to take a toll on the US....

There is no one who is a slave right now.
There is no one who used to be a slave.
There are no parents who used to be slaves.
There are no grandparents who used to be slaves.

The truth is the only slaves in America right now are the illegals brought here by Cartels, facilitated by the Biden administration, as trafficked humans and children, part of the sex trafficking industry.

By signing into Existence a Holiday that celebrates the EBD of slavery, Ravine Joe is declaring slavery in Anerica iss over - does not exist, was over LONG ago.

The only ones still plagued by slavery today are the ones who spend much time trying yo figure out how to make money from something that ended over 100 years ago, like demanding free money for nothing that affects them called 'reparations'.
Well I’m sorry you’re so confused. It’s gonna be a long 3.5 years for you
The blacks turned the King Day into a Party Day, what will they do with the Juneteenth Day?
 

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