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SEE: Representative Hakeem Jeffries Quotes the Notorious B.I.G. During Senate Impeachment Trial

And I hollered…

Democratic impeachment manager, Hakeem Jeffries (NY) took a quote from Notorious B.I.G. as he reiterated in his closing arguments, the reason why the trial was taking place.

He answered a question posed by the president’s impeachment lawyer, Jay Sekulow,  who asked “why are here,” Jeffries answered by describing the actions of the president that are being called into question and ended with Biggie’s lyric, “If you don’t know, now you know.”

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Texas School Says Teen Can’t Walk For Graduation Unless He Cuts His Locs [[VIDEO]]

Deandre Arnold has been suspended from Barbers Hill ISD school and won’t be allowed to walk at graduation in three months unless he cuts his locs.

Barbers Hill School Superintendent Greg Poole said, There is no dress code policy that prohibits any cornrow or any other method of wearing of the hair, our policy limits the length. It’s been that way for 30 years.” (Source: HelloBeautiful)

Why is this still a thing… anywhere? ~Randi

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Bernice King Wants Current Pundits To Keep Her Father’s Name Out Of Their Conversations [[Video]]

The youngest daughter of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a chance to address comments made about her late father by political consultant and pundit Kellyanne Conway on Monday.

When asked about how the president was observing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Conway turned the question into an opportunity to talk about the impending impeachment hearings saying that she didn’t believe that it was King’s “vision to have Americans dragged through a process where the president is not going to be removed from office, is not being charged with bribery, extortion, high crimes or misdemeanors.”

In a conversation with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, Bernice King, The CEO of the King Center in Atlanta made her feelings known by saying Conway’s response was “embarrassing and incompetent.”

She blazed Conway on social media as well:

(Source: MSNBC & Huffington Post)

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