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Immigrants, Racism and Pandemonium!! Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

cwyumnbveaaui_aDonald Trump’s election as US President is showing signs of and producing an outpouring of race and hate in America, which mirrors and reflect the language he’s spoken in the past 18 months.

Trump supporters are expressing their hatred in live time, twitter and on social media outlets, telling immigrants they think are illegals to “pack your bags” and “get the fuck out.”

And because Donald Trump has failed to denounce the Ku Klux Klan in late February, he claims to be “the least racist person you have ever met,” and “not having a racist bone in his body.” Despite his denouncement he’s given us alot of reason to believe otherwise. Especially since he’s won the praise of this country’s strongest white supremacist.

Since the Trump win, hate crimes, harassment and killings have been at an all-time high. Immigrants across the country and throughout different states, are scared to death of being targeted or deported.

This in the wake of an Ohio State University student who carried out a knife attack on campus Monday who said in a Facebook post how he was “sick and tired” of seeing fellow Muslims “killed and tortured,” according to federal law enforcement officials.

Americans fear the actions of this one man, who’s been elected to the highest office in the land. And since his win as the next US president, there’s been nothing but hatred, race relation matters and pandemonium.

Tune in tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio for my monologue on this topic.

I will be taking your calls in the studio on this subject at 1-917-889-7872, just press “1” to speak to the host.

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Petition to Give Clinton The Electoral College Vote Circulating!!

petition-550x491A petition gives new hope to Hillary Clinton supporters who believe they can convince electoral college members (faithless electors) to change their minds when they meet to confirm Donald Trump as president on December 19th.

The petition has received more than 2.5 million signatures so far.

Clinton’s supporters hope to convince the faithless electors to defy their party by switching their votes Clinton, since she received about 200k more votes than President-elect Donald Trump.

Clinton did receive the popular vote, however this in not necessarily an indication that the nation wants Hillary for president, although protest have erupted nation wide.

Because voter fraud is a real threat to Democracy, electoral votes ensures that both parties have a fair and balanced chance to win. That’s why 270 electoral votes are required to be elected president.

There are 200 electoral members, either way, Hilary has succeeded and Trump was elected president.

Conversations Of A Sistah, Tracy L. Bell, Tracy L. Bell - Blog Talk Radio

Post Election Conversations, tonight, on “Conversations Of A Sistah” as Donald Trump elected 45th President of the U.S.

president-elect-donald-trump-550x285A new day has dawned in America as Donald Trump, a non-politician, billionaire and real estate developer, was elected 45th president of these United States of America in a shocking upset and victory over former Secretary of State, Hilary Rodham Clinton.

Despite all of the star power that endorsed on Clinton’s behalf, Trump still won in major key states such as; Florida, Ohio, PA, Texas, Oklahoma and Georgia.

And although President Obama called Trump to congratulate him on his victory early this morning, Donald Trump has already promised to begin his term in office by gutting the executive orders that the Obama administration put in place. Obama’s legacy will be erased and repealed with a stroke of Trump’s pen on his first day in office.

Trump’s win sends a stark message to President Obama, that voters were unhappy with his presidency and the policies put in place.

Tune into “Conversations Of A Sistah” on Blog Talk Radio at 6:30 p.m. EST as we discuss “Post Election Conversations” with Dr. Malik Shabazz. Yes Family, this is his make-up session from last weeks show.

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Black churches push ‘souls to the polls,’ while Latino voter turnout surges

churches7n-1-webWhile Black clergy in New York, New Jersey and around the country used the last Sunday before Election Day to move “souls to the polls,” Hispanic groups and Hispanic voters are rocking the vote and mobilizing voter turnout ahead of tomorrow’s presidential election.

Early voting data suggest black voter turnout will not be as high in this election contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as it was four years ago, when the country voted to reelect President Obama, the nation’s first African-American President. The momentum is just not that strong, as Obama has stressed his own legacy is on the line  in his push for Hilary Clinton.

In the meantime, Hispanics and Latinos across the country are turning out in droves as a vengeance against Donald Trump, therefore they are resounding a message that  “It’s time to reject hatred, reject negativity, reject division with a resounding result on Tuesday.”


While the black vote appears to be on a downward swing this election, early tallies suggest a record turnout by Hispanics, who have voted at lower rates than whites and blacks in past elections. But not this year, Hispanics appear to be reacting to Trump’s staunch and anti-immigrant rhetoric.

Those Hispanic Clinton supporters stated: “It would not be a very bright future if Donald Trump was elected,” “I do not believe in the building of a wall between Mexico and the United States. . . . I believe in immigrants’ rights.”

Mayor de Blasio (pictured up top with his wife), stumped for Clinton at five predominantly black churches in Brooklyn yesterday, arguing turnout is crucial, even in a safely Democratic state like New York.

We have a leader poised to make that change if she has our support and if we give her a mandate — not just in the quote-unquote swing states, but here in New York as well,” he said at the Christian Cultural Center. “Anyone know anyone who may not vote? I’m asking you to change their minds.”

De Blasio said an overwhelming Clinton victory would help the nation “heal” from the havoc caused by Trump’s campaign.

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Black Church Burned in the Name of Trump

lead_960Hopewell Baptist church in Greenville, Mississippi was set on fire on Tuesday night and spray painted with the words “Vote Trump” on the side of it. No one was in the church at the time of the fire, and no one was injured.

Mayor of Mississippi Errick Simmons, said in an interview “This fire was “a direct assault on people’s right to free worship,” he said, and later added during a press conference, “I see this as an attack on the black church and the black community.”

This is a tense time in American politics. The burning of Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church is a sign of how bad things have gotten, and what may be still to come. “What we have to do is come together,” Simmons said. “The only thing that conquers hate is love.”

Black churches have long been burned in acts of intimidation and hatred; in the Jim Crow South, members of hate groups would leave flaming crosses on churchyard lawns. The bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, came at a time of extreme racial division in the United States; it was that crime, which killed four young black girls, that led to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.