more from Cynthia McKinney
Yesterday at 8:27am · Edited OK, so the same "news" outlets that are trying to convince us that Cliven Bundy is a racist are the same outfit that refuse to report on [...] and other racial epithets used by Hollywood execs to describe their own clients. Leonard Rowe had a hearing on Wednesday and the U.S. government refused to take the prosecutor's table and, instead, announced from the back of the room that they had no interest in prosecuting the case. So, if the U.S. government isn't prosecuting Leonard Rowe, please tell me who is?? Why is he still in prison? The judge announced from the bench that Georgia Federal Courts don't have jurisdiction over the matter. And the NY Judge Patterson said that he was not going to arrest or detain Mr. Rowe. Do the Hollywood execs have that much control over the administration of justice in this country? I'll give my take on the Cliven matter as soon as I've had a chance to read them--I was traveling yesterday and I've been buried in catch-up school work all day today. Meanwhile, how does President Emanuel sound to you? CNN wants you to be sure to consider Rahm for President while Chicago voters will be sure to send him back as Mayor after "Chicagoland" good press. Amazing, considering Rahm's brother is one of the head Hollywood execs that could call off the dogs and get Rowe out of prison, but instead is remaining silent; I'm just comparing American Blackout, the documentary about me, that won all kinds of awards, but went nowhere in Hollywood while Chicagoland goes up town and prime time on your dime!!! Things that make you go Hmmm.
Emails show Emanuel aides, producers coordinated CNN 'Chicagoland' scenes
If it seemed as though some scenes of CNN's documentary series "Chicagoland" were coordinated by Mayor Rahm Emanuel 's City Hall and the show's producers, that's because they were.