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  • #TheBlackGuyDidIt is not just about #BarackObama being blamed, for everything going wrong. It& #039 ;s also about the crime statistics against #poc especially #Blackpeople who are singled out to be blamed for #crimes committed by other groups but mainly #Whitepeople against themselves and others i.e. murdering their children and spouses and conveniently blaming it, in the #randomBlackguy . This is about those skewed #crimestatistics coming back, to reinforce their fears, wash, rinse repeat.
  • #TheBlackGuyDidIt is not just about #BarackObama being blamed, for everything going wrong. It's also about the crime statistics against #poc especially #Blackpeople who are singled out to be blamed for #crimes committed by other groups but mainly #Whitepeople against themselves and others i.e. murdering their children and spouses and conveniently blaming it, in the #randomBlackguy. This is about those skewed #crimestatistics coming back, to reinforce their fears, wash, rinse repeat.
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  •  15  1 15 October, 2018
  • During the War of 1812 between the United States and England, British troops entered Washington, D.C. and burned the White House in retaliation for the American attack on the city of York in Ontario, Canada, in June 1812.
    When the British arrived at the White House, they found that President James Madison and his first lady Dolley had already fled to safety in Maryland. According to the White House Historical Society and Dolley’s personal letters, President James Madison had left the White House on August 22 to meet with his generals on the battlefield, just as British troops threatened to enter the capitol. Before leaving, he asked his wife Dolley if she had the “courage or firmness” to wait for his intended return the next day. He asked her to gather important state papers and be prepared to abandon the White House at any moment.
    The next day, Dolley and a few servants scanned the horizon with spyglasses waiting for either Madison or the British army to show up. As British troops gathered in the distance, Dolley decided to abandon the couple’s personal belongings and instead saved a full-length portrait of former president George Washington from desecration. Dolley wrote to her sister on the night of August 23 of the difficulty involved in saving the painting. Since the portrait was screwed to the wall, she ordered the frame to be broken and the canvas pulled out and rolled up. Two unidentified “gentlemen from New York” hustled it away for safe-keeping. With the task complete, Dolley wrote “and now, dear sister, I must leave this house, or the retreating army will make me a prisoner in it by filling up the road I am directed to take.” Dolley left the White House and found her husband at their predetermined meeting place in the middle of a thunderstorm.
    President Madison didn’t live in the White House for the rest of his term. It was not until 1817 that the newly elected president, James Monroe, moved back into the reconstructed building.
  • During the War of 1812 between the United States and England, British troops entered Washington, D.C. and burned the White House in retaliation for the American attack on the city of York in Ontario, Canada, in June 1812.
When the British arrived at the White House, they found that President James Madison and his first lady Dolley had already fled to safety in Maryland.  According to the White House Historical Society and Dolley’s personal letters, President James Madison had left the White House on August 22 to meet with his generals on the battlefield, just as British troops threatened to enter the capitol. Before leaving, he asked his wife Dolley if she had the “courage or firmness” to wait for his intended return the next day. He asked her to gather important state papers and be prepared to abandon the White House at any moment.
The next day, Dolley and a few servants scanned the horizon with spyglasses waiting for either Madison or the British army to show up. As British troops gathered in the distance, Dolley decided to abandon the couple’s personal belongings and instead saved a full-length portrait of former president George Washington from desecration. Dolley wrote to her sister on the night of August 23 of the difficulty involved in saving the painting. Since the portrait was screwed to the wall, she ordered the frame to be broken and the canvas pulled out and rolled up. Two unidentified “gentlemen from New York” hustled it away for safe-keeping. With the task complete, Dolley wrote “and now, dear sister, I must leave this house, or the retreating army will make me a prisoner in it by filling up the road I am directed to take.” Dolley left the White House and found her husband at their predetermined meeting place in the middle of a thunderstorm.
President Madison didn’t live in the White House for the rest of his term. It was not until 1817 that the newly elected president, James Monroe, moved back into the reconstructed building.
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  •  128  3 14 October, 2018
  • Kepada bendera merah putih, HORMAT GRAKKK!!
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  • alle tror THA D er keen på Ivanka, tro igjen
  • alle tror THA D er keen på Ivanka, tro igjen
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  • This is Dakota Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient who risked his life on behalf of his country. Dear 46 minus 1: Devin Nunes is a political hack; it’s a disgrace for you to say he deserves the Medal of Honor. #throwshadethenvote
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  • Seems so long ago but alas this picture was made only four years ago today. 😎 ThrowShadeThenVote
  • Seems so long ago but alas this picture was made only four years ago today. 😎 ThrowShadeThenVote
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  • Six years ago today. This doesn’t look like an “angry mob.” This looks like a group of people who will be voting next month and again in 2020. It’s time for all of us to do our civic duty on November 6, 2018, and November 3, 2020. 😎 #ThrowShadeThenVote
  • Six years ago today. This doesn’t look like an “angry mob.” This looks like a group of people who will be voting next month and again in 2020. It’s time for all of us to do our civic duty on November 6, 2018, and November 3, 2020. 😎 #ThrowShadeThenVote
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  • Definitely not waiting to get their checks. 😎 #ThrowShadeThenVote
  • Definitely not waiting to get their checks. 😎#ThrowShadeThenVote
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  • @kanyew.est Kanye West meets with president Donald trump and tells a crazy story! Must #watch
  • @kanyew.est Kanye West meets with president Donald trump and tells a crazy story! Must #watch
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