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Kevin Hart calls fellow comedians Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock to talk about what voting means to them. From “VOMO: Vote or Miss Out.” Watch the special on ABC, streaming, on demand, and Hulu
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Lol you ask are we stupid? No the community it self is retarded, thats why many of us leave and make political decisions that we see fit, white people are afraid they have realized its large variety of politically educated black men and women around their community
Tyrone lol i did not even read your comment i didnt see it because of that bot comment before you, thank you for speaking the truth, 2 thumbs up for hat comment it explains that there are many who have been paying attention, but the slave negros cant see it like that, they like to rely on white people, reason why other communities get things done from the politicians is because they have agendas and then they make demands, if they dont see any progress they vote you out, pay attention to the jewish community and see how they operate when it comes to politics, on tuesday the Governor of NY signed a bill to form an Asian hate crimes task force in the mean time negros in NY are being violated by the police, this is a damn shame niggas complaint but wont do anything about it and when someone speaks on it they want to take your head off, your comment is the truth, there cant be no better than that
Vote or missed, sounds like vote or die to me like puffy told every one back in 2008, those celebrities get paid to tell the people who to vote for, except they dont care to teach them about voting, i have yet to see them at those funerals or talking to those officials about the issues, its real sad they can run campaign to tell you who to vote for, but cannot put pressure on those officials to do something about the issues in the community, those negros dont even march, how dumb are the people in the community? I am far from a retard, i make up my own mind, no one is going to tell me who to vote for, no one is going to what im going through, i do my own research about the candidates before making decisions, all the dummies had the whole year to research, but than again they know how dumb you are.
When the last time the black community chose a candidate of their own for their own personal reasons? They either pick who the democratic party told them to, or who the media tells them to, or who their favorite celebrities tell them to, and after the election no one is no where to be found, where are your favorite celebrities then, how come they are not marching with you, the black community is the most uneducated community in America when it comes to politics, majority of them voted for obama because he was black, even today ask them a question about him, they barely know, then again Joe Biden told you that in his interview than apologize because you got your feelings hurt, let see how all will work for you in 2021
I know someone is paying these celeberties to tell us to vote. Question.....since we been voting, someone; please tell me what we've gotten from it? I see all other ethnic groups when they vote, the politician makes sure he keeps his promise to that group. But us, they tell us what we want to hear and once elected, they say "F" us and forget about us. Man what a scam, and we keep falling for it. Are we that stupid?
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