Jim Cavanaugh told Joy Reid that the recent spate of deaths by hangings in public plaaces "should be suspicious to not only Black citizens, but all Americans."
A Tennessee software executive is reportedly out of a job over images circulating on social media that suggest he wanted to see a pay-per-view lynching of former President Barack Obama.
Lee Merritt, Esq. and Joy Reid talk through the tragic events leading up to the killing Ahmaud Arbery, and the shameful negligence on the part of Georgia authorities to take any action against the killers until over two months later.
"The president is not hanging from a tree," challenged one reporter. The press pushed Hogan Gidley hard over Trump's awful tweet.
Trump finally compares himself to a victim of lynching. Kamala Harris smacks him back. Lindsay Graham rushes to soothe his whimpering president.
James Ragland, a father and journalist, said that he was stopped by a white man on horseback in Elysian Fields, Texas.
Passed with strong bipartisan support, the commission hopes to gather information and educate the public about lynchings of African-Americans that took place in Maryland between 1854 and 1933.
It turns out writing official editorial love notes to the KKK might get your newspaper censured and your awards revoked.
Cindy Hyde-Smith can try to run from her "hanging" remarks, but she cannot hide.
This is NOT an apology.
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