“Could this proposal weaken minority representation because the metro government will have a majority-white population?
Rice said that members of the new 33-person council will be able to create caucuses that advocate for specific minority groups. And since the leader of that chamber will be elected by other council members, it’s possible that an African-American could become its leader.”
This is what this is all about… this was the gameplan all along and black leaders did not see it coming. They squandered the good will of the community and political capital gained from the uprising. They stood by and allowed BLM, Deray and others to rape, rob and pillage our movement, depriving us of money and resources to fight back. They failed to support alternative black media/voices that have the ear of our young people and the streets and could mobilize those masses. They missed the boat on becoming major players in issues such as government surveillance and Democrat corruption exposed during the uprising…
While they were stunting, eyeballing their next seat and holding pep rallies on social media, the powers that be were pulling the rug from underneath them.
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