Yesha Callahan

These Black Women Got All the Way Turnt Up For Donald Trump & We’re Just Confused

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Donald Trump is feeling pretty damn good about himself. While many thought he would have fallen out of the group of top-tier Republican presidential candidates by now, he continues to lead the pack.

On Friday, Trump clocked his biggest lead yet when a new CNN/ORC poll said the real estate mogul had won over 36 percent of Republicans, 20 points higher than Ted Cruz, who leapfrogged Ben Carson to move into second place.

Ever the showman, Trump celebrated his dominance during a rally in Raleigh, North Carolina on Friday night.

Before abruptly ending his speech after being interrupted 10 times by protesters,Trump welcomed a pair of enthusiastic supporters to the stage.

YouTubers Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson of “The Viewers View” became a media sensation after their support of Donald Trump’s candidacy went viral. In addition to supporting Trump’s anti-immigrant view–the pair even went on CNN to blame undocumented immigrants for America’s mass shootings despite most shooters being white men–the pair believes he’s the best man for the job.

During the rally, Trump invited the women onstage to “do a little routine,” and Hardaway and Richardson did not disappoint. The women summoned all their stereotypical “sister girl” charm, complete with neck rolling and finger wagging, to tell the crowd they’re totally down for Trump.

All we can do is shake our heads.

Take a look.

https://youtu.be/j7r0K9QSRHg

  1. December 5, 2015 - Reply

    I believe these women and other “supposed” Black Trump backers, like Omarosa, are paid. If not paid, they are getting something from him. I’m not saying he doesn’t have Black supporters, but just like he used the pastors as a ploy to pimp our vote (nice try, but it didn’t work), he’s employed various Blacks like these women to do the same. Sometimes we work against our own good, and trust, if he become president, he’ll probably toss them away like yesterday’s garbage. Some Black people just won’t learn and have to be taught the hard way.

    • December 5, 2015 - Reply

      @Noirluv45

      There’s a 95% chance they are very well paid actors.

      • December 5, 2015 - Reply

        @Miss.

        Right! I never thought of that, Miss.

  2. December 5, 2015 - Reply

    What folly!

    • December 11, 2015 - Reply

      @Byfaith

      perfidy, indeed!

  3. December 5, 2015 - Reply

    This is sad. It is sad fro 2 beautiful women to act in this fashion. Also, the 2 women forget the code words that Trump used for them when he said to them: “do a little routine.” That phrase when that he wanted them to entertain him as tokens. I don’t believe in jingoistic nationalism as America is not God. Donald Trump was heckled because many people oppose his views adamantly. The vast majority of the mass shooters in the past 15 years in America are white men not undocumented workers. We have seen a rise in xenophobia, racism, and Islamophobia being orchestrated by extremists and white supremacists. Fascism didn’t end in 1945. 70 years have passed since the end of WWII. Many of our relatives fought in that war. Today, a fascist GOP candidate is running for President. We will oppose fascism today and forever.

    • December 6, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      The rhyming, the over the top gestures and vernacular. I hope he at least got them some Patti LaBelle pies…..

      • December 6, 2015 - Reply

        @i mean

        The only thing that I wish is for both of the Sisters to wake up. Patti LaBelle pies have massively grown in popularity. Trump thinks that he’s slick, but all of the people can’t be deceived all of the time.

    • December 7, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      It truly is sad.

  4. December 5, 2015 - Reply

    I disagree with Trump on certain points but this is a free country and I’m pretty sure they’re a lot of Black folks who agree with him and want him in the White House.

    If you don’t want him as the next POTUS you’ve got to cast your vote come election time. The way things are going though it looks like Donald Trump has a shot.

    • December 6, 2015 - Reply

      @Zorino

      You’re “sure” there are a lot of black folks that want The Dunce in the White House? How can you be “sure” about how Black folks think?

      • December 7, 2015 - Reply

        @mariah asphalt

        Because we aren’t a monolithic people…hell, who have thunk Ben Carson, Michael Steel, or Herman McCain would have the mindsets they do! Since people don’t care, don’t vote, or vote despite their interests. The point the @Zorino was pushing is to participate in the process

        • December 8, 2015 - Reply

          @KnottyNatural

          Thank you @knottynatural:disqus

      • December 7, 2015 - Reply

        @mariah asphalt

        I think some blacks want him to be the next potus.I think the main reason is because some blacks hate Latinos and Trump has promised to deport them and build a wall to keep them out.

      • December 8, 2015 - Reply

        @mariah asphalt

        Some agree with his foreign policy, immigration and his anti-Muslim views.

  5. December 5, 2015 - Reply

    To each his own, but do you see the look on contempt those White people in the back are giving her as she walks on stage.

    • December 6, 2015 - Reply

      @i mean

      Exactly

  6. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    That is too disgusting to watch.

  7. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    All we can do is shake our heads.

    You can do better actually. You can educate voters on the issues. Black bloggers are missing a golden opportunity to educate black voters on issues that effect black people.

    • December 6, 2015 - Reply

      @Objection

      Excellent point.

    • December 9, 2015 - Reply

      @Objection

      Message! (Aimed at you, Clutch)

  8. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    A complete Fuckery
    Staring: Two dumb black girls.
    Coming to theaters soon.

    • December 7, 2015 - Reply

      @jay@cha

      A black woman holding different political views than yourself makes her a “dumb black girl”? Way to condescend and infantilize.

      The sadly high number of black people who subscribe to group-think, and who shame, bully, and frighten other black people into either conforming to their views or staying quiet, are the dummies, the child-minded, the true minstrel show.

      • December 7, 2015 - Reply

        @Felina Femenina

        It has nothing to do with their political views. It has something more to do with how they promoted their view points. Their actions spoke louder than their words. And do not gernalize blacks into on big “group-think” mentality.

        This man publicly criticized all black people. So for them to speak on his behalf was dumb.

        • December 7, 2015 - Reply

          @jay@cha

          When did this man “publicly criticize all black people”? Provide a link, or direct quote that can be researched. I’ve been paying close attention to the race and all candidates of both parties.

          I generalized black people into a group-think mentality? My comment doesn’t even imply that I believe we all think alike. Creating a narrative about me, someone who disagreed with you, as being a black person who’s anti-black is not original, and is very convenient for you. If I’m black and just disagreed with you, that in and of itself makes it’s clear I don’t believe we all think the same.

          I saw this mother and daughter on CNN, and that’s how they normally speak and act. They use slang and are ‘sassy.’ I can’t relate, but that’s their culture and personality. They weren’t shucking and jiving for Trump. Many black celebs speak with the same slang – but less literate – and aren’t torn to pieces, so that’s why this is suspicious. It seems like an excuse to degrade black women (not that one is needed). Two people whose crime is holding an opinion being called “coon” and “dumb black girls,” humiliated and degraded. Today’s comments are unhealthy and sickening. Very sad.

          • December 11, 2015 - Reply

            @Felina Femenina

            Ok, here we go

            “Black guys counting my money! I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day.”

            “Laziness is a trait in blacks.”

            “I have a great relationship with the blacks. I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks.”

            “Our great African American President hasn’t exactly had a positive impact on the thugs who are so happily and openly destroying Baltimore.”

            “And, you know, I have a great relationship with African Americans, as you possibly have heard. I just have great respect for them and you know they like me.”

  9. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    Oh Lord! That just makes me cringe. Have they no shame? I was just shaking my head. It’s too shameful all that cooning.

  10. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    Coontastic.

  11. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    The way folks are running with the word coon and i see it hear…..u gotta ask yourself are u one too?

  12. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    I saw their 6 minute video on Youtube trashing everybody from Montel Williams to Rick Perry for speaking against Trump. It was a hot mess.

    • December 6, 2015 - Reply

      @bricktop_MelindaM

      Goodness.

      Thank you for the heads up Sister.

  13. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    He’s getting his money’s worth. He paid them for their “little routine”.

  14. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    Black folk are more and more getting fed up and disillusion with the democratic party y’all, we can mock them all we want but see some people wake up a little bit a head of the rest.

    • December 7, 2015 - Reply

      @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

      To be honest, neither party is our ally. I mock any Black person who cheers for a known racist who wouldn’t give these two women the time of day if they weren’t being his mouthpieces.

      • December 7, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        Preach Sister. I completely agree with you. Following a racist, sexist GOP candidate is the antithesis of advancing political independence.

        Have a Blessed Day Sister.

      • December 7, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        I feel you however I get somewhat upset when I see black people mocking and berating other black people when they talk to or support candidates from the republican party BUT SAY NOTHING WHEN BLACK PEOPLE SUPPORT AND TALK TO CANDIDATES FROM THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY who has done nothing but ignore, openly disrespect and sometimes berate us in the open over the last half of a century, “over the last 7 years the democratic party has told gays and white women come on up what do you want and risk everything to give them everything and more of what they ask for but told black men and BLACK WOMEN you go set in the corner and be quite and I will call you when I need you” see we can’t say that about republicans because since the early 60s black folks never listen to or voted for republican but over the last 50 years without doing any analytical and critical thought about what best for black folk we listen to and followed the the democratic party to a fault and look where we are at, look what it got us the bottom of ever positive category and the top of ever negative category. Right now I am never going to vote party, if I vote I will vote my conscience and no political party will ever be able to use racist to scare the hell out of me so I can vote for them while at the same time they are as racist.

        • December 7, 2015 - Reply

          @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

          Thank you. I fully agree. I refuse to have party loyalty, also. Democrats know they are guaranteed the black vote, so they take it for granted that we will continue to support them. They’ve put us to the back of the bus. All they do now is scare us into voting for them by telling us Republicans are worse, are racist. This is like an abusive relationship in which your partner ignores and neglects you and tells you that you’ll never find anyone else or anyone better who’ll put up with you. I am going to explore my options and listen closely to each candidate and see whose platform will serve my interests. Republicans and Independents won’t try to woo us if we’ve made it clear our hearts belong to Democrats unconditionally. We deserve to have candidates vying for and working hard for our vote like everyone else, and that won’t happen as long as we continue as we have been doing. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.

          • December 7, 2015 - Reply

            @Felina Femenina

            you are right and I am with you I owe no political party nothing, they must earn my votes cause I have no party loyalty and black folks would be wise to emotionally, mentally and physically divorce themselves from all political party and focus on promoting our cause and agendas!

  15. December 6, 2015 - Reply

    I am purposefully not watching this video.

  16. December 7, 2015 - Reply

    This comment section strikes a nerve. Some of us have been on the receiving end since childhood of these attacks by black people against black people who hold ideas that aren’t “black enough.” The joy certain black people take when their witch hunt uncovers a black person who is “not black enough” in thought or behavior, the excitement they feel when they surround and tear apart the person piece by piece, their palpable delight when they draw that first blood and taste black flesh…

    Ugh. This is primitive behavior and thinking, and I’m hurt and ashamed that certain black people continue it, to our detriment.

    What disgusts me is not the video of two humans who are black women simply displaying enthusiasm about a political candidate they agree with. (They aren’t shucking and jiving for the cameras; I saw them on CNN, and they’re mother and daughter, and that speech pattern and demeanor is who they are. That’s the personality and culture they identify with. I don’t relate, but I don’t see how it’s hurting anyone enough to provoke this level of outrage, especially when black celebs who use the same slang but are far less literate are worshiped by Clutchettes and never on the receiving end of this level of anger for their speech patterns. Hmm.)

    What disgusts me are the people going in on these black women like a pack of wolves, for the crime of having an opinion and expressing it publicly.

    I like speaking to people whose opinion is different from mine yet founded in sound logic, whether I agree with their conclusion or not. It’s especially interesting to me to listen to black women who have unique but thought-out perspectives. It’s interesting, challenging, and helps me learn and grow. Diversity of thought is healthy and necessary for growth as a group. White people never have verbal lynching sessions, calling each other “cracker” for simply holding a different view. SMH. That’s why white people still rule the world, and many of us are still at the bottom, running in place, pulling one another down like crabs in a barrel. Sick.

  17. December 7, 2015 - Reply

    they should be ashamed of themselves, this man doesn’t care for anyone but his own kind (white & wealthy), did they not see how his supporters tossed around, like a rag doll, a BLM protester at one of his events??

    • December 7, 2015 - Reply

      @BlackGlamour

      Preach Sister.

      Also, Trump said that a black man deserved to be assaulted when the black man was in a rally protesting. We have the right to dissent. I will never be shamed into not showing my views. We have the right to believe in universal health care. We have the right to believe in equality among genders. We have the right to reject xenophobia and misoygnoir. We have the right to believe that any human of any background have the right to have total human freedom. This is what black people bled and die for. Trump has never apologized for his misogynistic statements. Our views have nothing to do with promoting some rigid group think. It has to do with standing up for our views and never bow down to those who want to mock black social movements for progressive change. White racists disrespect black people and we call those white racists out. We believe in justice for black people. Trump also disrespected the innocent Central Park Five.

      • December 7, 2015 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        Tell it BROTHER MAN!!

        • December 7, 2015 - Reply

          @BlackGlamour

          Thank you Sister.

          I have to let the truth to be known. 🙂

          The fact is that we are never ashamed of our views. We are adamantly opposed to Islamophobia and reckless attitudes who love theocracy instead of justice. A male who refuses to apologize for disrespecting black protesters in universities, women, and other human beings have no respect from us.

        • December 7, 2015 - Reply

          @BlackGlamour

          Now, this fascist Trump calls for total shutdown of Muslims entering the U.S. He or Trump is a fascist. We are right all along about this male (not man).

  18. December 7, 2015 - Reply

    The white males in the back look highly disgusted by these black women’s very presence.

    • December 7, 2015 - Reply

      @Mrs.J

      You’re right.

  19. December 7, 2015 - Reply

    that was painful

  20. December 8, 2015 - Reply

    NO OFFENSE ..THEY ARE IN RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA…say what you want….i am from washington, dc..relocated to north carolina temporarily and the people here are different…no dc is not new york or chicago but we dont kiss no white mans a** either

  21. December 8, 2015 - Reply

    girl, if you don’t get cho-

  22. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    “Step” and her sister “Fetchit.”
    #coonery101

  23. December 10, 2015 - Reply

    I can’t even bring myself to watch this.

  24. December 11, 2015 - Reply

    “We’re just confused” We who? I’m not confused, perhaps THEY are confused.

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