Lee Fang: Dark Money & Lobbyists Serving as Superdelegates Could Decide the 2016 Race

 

The influence of dark money in the presidential elections with Lee Fang, investigative journalist at The Intercept focusing on the intersection of money and politics. He has revealed that several of the Democrats’ superdelegates now work as lobbyists for banks, oil companies, foreign governments and payday lenders, among other special interests. In a close race, these superdelegates could determine the party’s nominee.

DARK VS. LIGHT/COLORISM IN BLACK AMERICA: (POEM )

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DARK AND LIGHT

WHY DO YOU THINK YOU ARE SO DIFFERENT THAN I

LESS DIFFERENT AND MORE THE SAME, TWO PEOPLE WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED THE SAME PAIN

NEVER FORGET THE FACT THAT WE’RE BOTH BLACK

ME DARK AND YOU’RE LIGHT

FATE HAS SERVED US THE EXACT PLIGHT, SO WHY DO WE FIGHT OVER SOMETHING THAT IS MOT RIGHT

WHEN WE BOTH WERE ONCE TERRORIZED BY THE SAME HOODED COWARDS, WHO DID THEIR WICKEDNESS IN THE SHADOWS LIKE ROACHES IN THE NIGHT!image

-LEON KWASI KUNTUO-ASARE
AMERICA: DIVIDED WE STAND? ! A. COLLECTION OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL POETRY
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