On Monday (Nov 9), the new Vice-President-elect took to Twitter to share a special message for Black women, who once again saved the election with their overwhelming support at the polls, noting that the significant win "couldn't have happened" without Black women's diligence.
An NBA photographer deservingly got booted out of the bubble for being a head*ss and posting an offensive mean directed towards the future MVP (Madame Vice President), hopefully, Kamala Harris.
It's only been a day since Joe Biden announced Kamala Harris as his choice for vice president, and the racists are already hard at work trying to throw mud on her name.
Newsweek has come under fire for publishing an op-ed questioning whether Kamala Harris is eligible to serve as the vice president of the United States based on the circumstances surrounding her birth in California.
Truth be told she slayed as Kamala Harris in the few skits she made as the Democratic senator and now that Harris is going to be making the campaign rounds you can expect Rudolph to give everyone a weekly dose of Kamala comedy.
Myriad groups and prominent individuals were reacting favorably to Biden's historical decision to pick Harris as his running mate.
The only Black woman seeking the Democratic nomination for president will suspend her campaign, according to multiple reports. Kamala Harris, the senator from California, will reportedly withdraw her candidacy on Tuesday. https://twitter.com/IsaacDovere/status/1201923942589616128?s=20 “The California Democrat informed her senior staff of the decision Tuesday morning and is planning a public announcement later in the day,” CNN […]