There are four basic foods meat, egg, bread, vegetables. You’ll see these on your plate in the shape of sausage, bacon, black pudding (blood sausage), fried or scrambled egg, toast or fried bread, fried mushrooms and grilled tomatoes. Looking at these foods from a nutritionist’s perspective, are they a thumbs up or thumbs down?.
How sad that the memory of GeorgeFloyd has been lost in all of this,” Trump campaign senior advisor Lara Trump tweeted.But as the campaign has worked to hijack the phrase “woke” in an attempt to connect with voters, selling hats, shirts, and hoodies embroidered with the phrase groups like Black Lives Matter worked to popularize, some believe their response in times of racial violence has been anything but socially aware of racial injustice.”Like all Americans, the Trump campaign was shocked and horrified over George Floyd’s death. The campaign and our surrogates have been active in condemning both Floyd’s death and the violent outbursts that have followed it,” Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said, pointing out that “unlike Joe Biden, who has no actual responsibilities, our candidate is the President of the United States, who has responsibility for the Department of Justice. When the President addressed Floyd’s death and quickly thereafter announced the DOJ civil rights investigation, the campaign amplified that action.”The campaign said they issued a statement to reporters on Floyd’s death on Thursday and said “the country is still dealing with this tragedy, it is important for Americans to come together peacefully, call for clear eyed justice, and unite as one nation.”In contrast, it took moments for the re election campaign to launch an all out onslaught to attempt to smear former Vice President Joe Biden as a “racist” after his now infamous Breakfast Club interview, first posted online last Friday.”This is disgusting,” the Trump campaign tweeted less than an hour after the interview appeared on YouTube, along with a clip of Biden telling radio host Charlamagne Tha God that black voters “ain’t black” if they’re still deciding between voting for him or the president.
Three years after NFL team owners closed the doors of their franchises to Colin Kaepernick, the league’s former head of communications who was often in the center of the storm has asserted what many have long suspected: A kneeling Kaepernick was bounced from the NFL in 2017 because he was bad for business.That’s one of the massive takeaways from the column written by CNN political analyst Joe Lockhart, who was the NFL’s vice president of communications when Kaepernick ignited a social justice movement that rippled through teams and shook the league’s ownership ranks.In Lockhart’s own words from a column from early Saturday morning: “No teams wanted to sign a player even one as talented as Kaepernick whom they saw as controversial, and, therefore, bad for business.”That line bears repeating once, twice or a thousand times because it forever puts a spate of intellectually dishonest and long running canards to bed. So let’s stop and shout this for a moment, so everyone in the back can hear it:Colin Kaepernick was not bounced by NFL team owners because of his skill. He was not bounced because of salary demands.