Nyota Uhura

Morning fam, Much ado about St. Louis’ new voting system, the ability to vote for more than one candidate in the mayoral primary today, the latest attempt to legislatively manipulate the vote by the Democrat party to circumvent the will of voters to achieve a likeable outcome.

Morning fam,
Much ado about St. Louis’ new voting system, the ability to vote for more than one candidate in the mayoral primary today, the latest attempt to legislatively manipulate the vote by the Democrat party to circumvent the will of voters to achieve a likeable outcome.

Its wild how Democrats can change the rules at their whim, go around state legislatures, collude with left leaning media to control the flow of information… even ‘fortify’ a whole general election and nobody says a thing. Nothing to see here despite evidence new machines flipping votes like we just saw here last week and entire servers crashing like we saw several times in the GA recount. Despite statistical anomalies and improbabilities. And despite the absentee ballot hustle being exposed that resulted in no change, no pretense of reform and no accountability.

Not that any of this matters. It should, but it doesn’t. No one is offering tangibles, a black agenda or supports the reparations movement beyond rhetoric, if even that.

No one is addressing how black wealth will be reduced to a medium income of zero by 2053, possibly sooner due to covid. There is no talk about a state or local stimulus despite the Gov sitting on covid funds.

No talk about holding Cure Violence or Better Family Life accountable for millions squandered for cure violence that could have gone to support the real grassroots, those actually doing the work, many on their own dime.

The black misleadership class is taking a pay out of the white establishment/faux white progressives playbook: play on emotions, bamboozle negros to vote against their interests and in exchange for nothing in return.

The ability to vote for more than one candidate that doesn’t have a black agenda during the primary isn’t change.

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