January 15th marks the 35th annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday as a national holiday (18 years for some states that held out for about 17 years, but anywho…) and we thought it would be appropriate to address a few things (and people) to hopefully get them right this year. Last week, this guy some people call “president” made a controversial (but not at all surprising for him) comment about Haiti and basically the entire continent of Africa when he asked “Why are we having all these people come from these shithole countries?” during a meeting on DACA. Apparently, when “this guy” grew frustrated with lawmakers during an Oval Office meeting as they discussed protecting immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and African countries as part of a bipartisan deal over the dreamers, he asked “Why do we need more Haitians?”, then suggested we should “Take them out.”  Knowing all of this is taking place concurrently with  Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations, we fully expect there to be a slew of phony well-wishers and unity speakers who on one hand “believe in MLK’s vision” but on the other hand and simultaneously refuse to publicly, firmly and finally reject this “president” and everything he stands for. So, we decided to speak our minds and try to warn the hypocrites before they hijack another MLK day with their phoniness – looking directly at you Steve Harvey, Chrisette Michelle, Ray Lewis, Ama…Omo..Omorisa..rosa…whatever the f*ck your real name is – and all the complicit politicians that will stand up on Monday, January 15th 2018 and state how much they admire Dr. King, but their actions during this administration’s run has shown otherwise.

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