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Keith Boykin
commentator. Previously on CNBC. New York Times bestselling author. Dartmouth. Harvard Law. Columbia IRAAS. Former White House aide.
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Keith Boykin 48m
House Committee Moves To Hold Former White House Official In Contempt: "I intend to consult with House Counsel and Committee Members about scheduling a vote on contempt." - House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings
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Marc Lamont Hill 7h
Safe to say he’s not a two stater, huh? Also, when young Netanyahu says “river to the sea,” which includes the Palestinian Territories and any future Palestinian state, is he calling for the violent destruction of Palestinians? Asking for a friend...
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Rashad Robinson 3h
Every single one of the 1.4+ million people who were re-enfranchised under Amendment 4 should be able to vote. This is a shameless attempt to undermine the will of 65% of Florida voters to preserve anti-Black voting restrictions.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law 16h
Republicans, your silence is deafening. Stand up for the rule of law.
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Keith Boykin 4h
I realize I may be the only person in the Democratic Party to say this, but I completely agree with Bernie Sanders here. Every American should have the right to vote. Full stop.
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Keith Boykin 4h
The White House has ordered former personnel security director Carl Kline not to comply with a subpoena for the investigation into allegations of inappropriate security clearances issued for some top White House staff, including Jared Kushner.
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Keith Boykin 4h
I’ve always imagined America would have evolved into a liberal socialist democracy if there were not so many black and brown people. That would make white people more likely to support welfare and redemptive criminal justice policy. America was built on welfare for white people.
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Keith Boykin 18h
"For years now I have heard the word 'Wait!' It rings in the ear of every Negro with piercing familiarity. This 'Wait' has almost always meant 'Never.' We must come to see, with one of our distinguished jurists, that 'justice too long delayed is justice denied.'" - Dr. King
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Keith Boykin 21h
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler subpoenas former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn.
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Keith Boykin 21h
Jamelle Bouie: “Either the president is above the law or he isn’t. Voters can’t determine this — elections aren’t actually the venue for adjudicating that kind of conflict. This is a job for our elected representatives in Congress.”
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Keith Boykin 22h
And tax cuts for the rich...
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Keith Boykin 22h
The Mueller Report has given Sarah Sanders a permanent place in American history for her shameless lying to the American people in defense of a shameless, lying president.
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Keith Boykin Apr 22
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Keith Boykin Apr 22
We got 999 problems but now Herman Cain ain’t one.
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Keith Boykin Apr 22
Trump sues Rep. Elijah Cummings to block a congressional subpoena of his financial records. This is not the way innocent people behave. Trump works for the American people, and Congress has the right to know if the president is engaged in corruption.
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Keith Boykin Apr 22
Nigel Shelby, a 15-year-old freshman at Huntsville High School in Alabama, took his own life after anti-gay bullying. To make a donation to Nigel's funeral: If you need help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.
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Keith Boykin Apr 22
1. Russia interfered in the election. 2. Russia wanted Trump to win. 3. Russia stole Clinton documents. 4. Trump encouraged Russian interference. 5. Trump officials met with Russians. 6. Trump officials lied about Russian contacts. 7. Trump tried to obstruct justice.
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Keith Boykin Apr 22
Not everybody needs to run for president.
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Keith Boykin Apr 21
Charles Blow on impeaching Trump: "I’m afraid of lawlessness and the horrible precedent it would set if Congress does nothing...I worry that inaction enshrines that idea that the American president is above America’s laws."
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