#GirlIGuessImWithHer Hilariously Highlights How Salty Folks Are About Hillary Clinton
While President Obama, Elizabeth Warren and countless have endorsed Hillary Clinton to be the next President of the United States, not all Democrats are celebrating the presumptive nominee or feel that she best represents their politics and beliefs. Not to say they are considering voting for Trump, there is this sense of ambivalence about the former Secretary of State, the Huffington Post pointed out.
Enter #GirlIGuessImWithHer: A sarcastic twist of Clinton’s own motto #ImWithHer, that allows people to express their discontent.
Wow. It’s going to be a long election season.
Chicago Woman’s Video of Man Shouting Racial Slurs Goes Viral
A Black Chicago woman fell victim to a recent verbally violent interaction with a white man, but thankfully got it all on video.
Earlier this week, Netta Williams posted the entire attack on Facebook, which has gotten almost 15 thousand views and has been shared hundreds of times, DNA Info noted.
“Yes, we have made some progress, but I got this video against this guy, and [Donald] Trump is talking about building a wall. Let’s not rest on past laurels about progress and equality. We’ve come far, but we have so much further to go,” Williams told the site.
The man, how Williams believes was drunk, told her to “go back to Africa” after he was done accosting a group of Latinos who were walking down the same street.
“He was definitely drunk. He was upset. I put the camera on him, so I could say, ‘I see you, I’m not intimidated by you.’ He knew he was being recorded,” Williams said.
She added, “A woman was screaming at him, ‘I was born here,’ and before I started recording him, he was saying, ‘Get the Mexicans out of the country.'” She added, “I think he was just angry. First, he had tried to hit the girl, and then was chased by the guys.”
Sad. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell that it’s actually 2016.
#Amazing: Maya Rudolph’s Impression of Oprah Gives Us Life
Whether she is playing Beyoncé or Rachel Dolezal, Maya Rudolph always kills it, but her newest impression of Oprah Winfrey takes the cake. For her new NBC skit show Maya and Marty, the Saturday Night Live alum mocks the billionaire who currently stars in a series of new commercials for Weight Watchers. This one pokes fun at Oprah’s admitted love for bread.
“I got a confession, y’all,” Rudolph says. “I love bread! I have bread every day, and on Weight Watchers’ plan, it’s okay. Because I’m talking about bread, y’all!” But in typical Rudolph fashion, the comedy escalates with her having a bread bed, bread pillow, bread everything, Time points out.
Rudolph’s joke makes since, especially since Winfrey invested $43 million in the company, appears in their commercials and even serves on the company’s board of directors.