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17 марта, 02:33

Progressives Slam Tom Perez's New DNC Transition Team

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); WASHINGTON ― Several prominent progressive activists are blasting Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez for shunning leaders of the party’s populist wing for his transition advisory committee. The newly elected party leader named a large number of longtime party insiders to the committee, activists complained, and relatively few progressive leaders and supporters of Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison, who was runner-up in the DNC chair race. The activists say the committee appointments show Perez’s DNC is not serious about addressing concerns of the party’s populist wing. “After looking at that list, it has become abundantly clear that the controlling forces of the Democratic Party want to make the other half of the party suffer,” said Nomiki Konst, a convention delegate for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). “The DNC is not tone-deaf ― it is on a mission to crush the working side of our party,” added Konst, now an investigative reporter for the Young Turks who did not endorse a candidate in the DNC chair race.  Kait Sweeney, a spokeswoman for the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, which backed Ellison’s bid, said in a statement that “the initial names on the DNC Transition Advisory Committee include zero leaders of progressive grassroots groups that engage in electoral work and very few movement progressives.” She said the group would recommend names for the DNC to add to the committee. The DNC is not tone-deaf ― it is on a mission to crush the working side of our party. Nomiki Konst, former Bernie Sanders campaign surrogate The DNC’s 29-person transition advisory committee, which Perez announced Wednesday, will be co-chaired by Leah Daughtry, a veteran Democratic operative who was CEO of the 2016 Democratic National Convention, and Chris Lu, a former deputy labor secretary who ran the 2008 Obama-Biden transition team. Other members include former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, former Alaska Sen. Mark Begich, racial justice advocate DeRay McKesson and National Domestic Workers Alliances director Ai-Jen Poo. The group also includes defeated DNC chair candidates: South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Jehmu Greene, and Idaho Democratic Party Executive Director Sally Boynton Brown. (See the names of all 29 members here.) Just two people on the committee endorsed Ellison in the DNC chair race: Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) and Brian Weeks, the political director of AFSCME. Of the two, only Jayapal supported Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in the 2016 presidential primary. “The real absence of Bernie grassroots leadership is unsurprising to me,” Winnie Wong, a founder of the People for Bernie Sanders, said in an email. “What the DNC doesn’t know is that we are both resourceful and well resourced, so we’ll be doing the work: organizing, RECRUITING, knocking on doors, building up our giant email lists and generally running the internet in a way that the Ds could only dream about.” Perez spokeswoman Xochitl Hinojosa emphasized in a statement that “the transition advisory committee is just a start to the broader transition efforts.” “Over the weeks to come, Tom Perez and DNC leadership will continue meeting with key stakeholders in our big tent party, including progressive leaders, labor, and experts in various fields to discuss priorities for the DNC, grassroots organizing, reaching key voters who were left behind this last election, and raising the resources needed to succeed,” Hinojosa said. Perez selected committee members with input from other DNC officers, including Ellison, Hinojosa noted. Progressives’ public disagreement with Perez just weeks after the chair election suggests that the party divisions exposed by the contest remain at least partially unresolved. The normally sleepy contest to run the party’s main body became a brawl for control of the Democratic Party after the November election defeat left partisans scrambling for answers. Many progressive activists who blamed the Democratic establishment for falling out of touch with party’s populist, working-class roots rallied behind Ellison’s candidacy. Ellison had a virtual lock on prominent liberals and Sanders supporters, but he was also endorsed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and leading labor unions that backed Hillary Clinton. Many DNC members who voted for Perez said they liked his experience running large organizations, rather than any policy or ideological considerations. Perez earned stellar marks from progressives for his work in the Obama administration as head of the Department of Justice civil rights division and the Department of Labor. But some Ellison supporters could not shake the feeling that elements of the establishment had conspired to stifle the grassroots once again, arguing that the party had been uniting around Ellison until then-President Barack Obama encouraged Perez to run. Senior Obama aides phoned DNC members on the day of the election to lobby them to vote for Perez. Perez grasped the importance of reconciling with Ellison supporters immediately after he was elected chair by a close margin in late February, using his victory speech to appoint Ellison as his deputy. The gesture was welcomed by many Ellison supporters. Later, Perez drew further accolades from Ellison supporters for speaking at a White House rally against Trump’s travel ban. But some progressives remain unconvinced.  “You can’t just brand something unity and not have unity. It is unity in name only,” Konst said. That goes to the crux of my frustration with the DNC ― that traditionally they have ignored the grassroots members, which is half the membership. Yasmine Taeb, Virginia DNC member Yasmine Taeb, a Virginia Democratic national committeewoman who invited Perez to the White House rally, took issue with only four elected DNC members on the transition team: Rion Ramirez of Washington; Bel Leong-Hong of Maryland; Luis Heredia of Arizona; and Jenny Wilson of Utah.  “That goes to the crux of my frustration with the DNC ― that traditionally they have ignored the grassroots members, which is half the membership,” she said. Taeb also lamented that a committee so racially diverse did not include a Muslim or person of Middle Eastern heritage, when people from those groups “are under attack by this administration.” Konst singled out the transition committee co-chair Leah Daughtry as an example of the type of entrenched DNC official from whom the party needs to distance itself. As CEO of the Democratic National Convention, Daughtry oversaw the expulsion of restive Sanders supporters from the convention hall, according to Konst.  Even Perez’s selection of DeRay McKesson, a former Baltimore school district worker known for criminal justice reform work, has drawn criticism. Activists have derided McKesson’s ties to controversial causes and corporations, including his participation in a panel discussion sponsored by Wells Fargo. It’s solely a personal list for Tom’s advice so he obviously named people who he was close to. Larry Cohen, Our Revolution Some Ellison backers acknowledged Perez has discretion to name the committee picks and said there were more substantive fights for activists. “It’s solely a personal list for Tom’s advice so he obviously named people who he was close to,” said Larry Cohen, a DNC member from Washington, D.C., and chairman of Our Revolution, the successor organization to Sanders’ campaign. Nebraska Democratic Party chair Jane Kleeb, who serves on the Our Revolution board with Cohen, took a similar view. She added: “If I was in Perez’s shoes, I probably would have appointed a couple more obvious Bernie people just for the sake of keeping the peace.” Another major test of the party’s commitment to reform will be in the power it gives to the forthcoming Unity Reform Commission, according to Kleeb and Cohen. The 21-member panel ― the product of a last-minute compromise to mollify Sanders supporters prior to the Democratic National Convention ― is charged with studying ways to increase party accountability and reform the presidential nominating process through measures like abolishing the super-delegates.  Kleeb and Konst are among the seven commissioners appointed by Sanders, who also named Cohen a co-chair. Clinton gets to name nine members of the panel, plus a co-chair. Perez will name the remaining three. Aside from Clinton’s appointment of the commission chair, Jen O’Malley Dillon, neither Clinton nor Perez has announced their nominees.  “The unity reform commission is the statutory body of the party to look at structural reform. Having met with Tom about that, I’m confident that he fully supports his role,” Cohen said. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. 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02 марта, 20:08

Democratic Congressman Makes Vile Sexual Joke About Kellyanne Conway

WASHINGTON― Proving that vile sexism plagues both political parties, Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.) made the worst kind of joke about Kellyanne Conway Wednesday night, quipping that the top adviser to President Donald Trump “really looked kind of familiar there in that position” when she was kneeling on the Oval Office couch.  “You even mentioned Kellyanne and the picture on the sofa,” Richmond said at the Washington Press Club’s annual congressional dinner. “But I really just want to know what was going on there, because, I won’t tell anybody. And you can just explain to me that — that circumstance, because she really looked kind of familiar there in that position there. But don’t answer. And I don’t want you to refer back to the ‘90s.” The ‘90s reference harkened back to President Bill Clinton’s sexual antics on the Oval Office couch, which Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) had evoked moments earlier.  “Has anyone seen the controversy around Kellyanne Conway and the couch in the Oval Office? Come on people. You remember the ‘90s. That couch has had a whole lot of worse things,” Scott said.  Twitter erupted on Tuesday over a series of photographs of Conway sitting back on her legs on the Oval Office sofa, tapping on her phone, while Trump met with leaders of historically black colleges and universities. Some felt that Conway’s casual position was a sign of disrespect.  “Now, you can’t expect us to take this ‘meeting’ seriously when this is the setting,” tweeted DeRay Mckesson, a prominent activist in the Black Lives Matter movement.  Republicans quickly accused Conway’s liberal critics of having a double standard, since President Barack Obama has been criticized for propping his feet up on the desk in the Oval Office. And when Scott referenced Clinton’s infamous sofa moment at the congressional dinner, people laughed and applauded. But Richmond’s sexist joke went too far and did not amuse the crowd at all, according to the Washington Post. The congressman has not issued an apology, and his office did not respond to a request for comment.  The Louisiana lawmaker is, of course, not the first politician who has made a tasteless joke about a woman on her knees. Trump infamously told a female contestant on Celebrity Apprentice in 2013, “It must be a pretty picture, you dropping to your knees.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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25 февраля, 19:46

Obama Is Back From Vacation And Looking 💯

He’s back!  Former President Barack Obama has finally returned from his post-presidency vacation, where he got some much-deserved R&R in Palm Springs, California, and on Richard Branson’s private escape in the British Virgin Islands.  While Obama’s vacation style consisted of a backward hat and flip-flops, he looked seriously dapper in New York City on Friday in a black suit and a white collared shirt. No tie necessary.  Twitter took notice.  He's rested & has a glow about him. The man is back. pic.twitter.com/EGyrjSn8EY— deray mckesson (@deray) February 24, 2017 The former president enjoyed a night out with daughter Malia. The two dined at Emilio’s Ballato, a popular Italian restaurant in Little Italy. (And happily posed for photos.)  #aboutlastnight #epic #44 at Table #1 @emiliosballatonyc #littleitaly @nolita.newyork You know what's up! #president @barackobama & @obama.malia #italiansdoitbetter #usa @gennaro.pecchia @menwhodine @aosbysosa @chefangelososa @truecooks @zagat @thegordinier #emiliosballato #nyc #cheflife #menwhodine #teamnosleep #ftw A post shared by MenWhoDine (@menwhodine) on Feb 24, 2017 at 6:51am PST They also saw the Roundabout Theatre Co.’s production of Arthur Miller’s “The Price” at the American Airlines Theater, starring Mark Ruffalo, Jessica Hecht, Tony Shalhoub and Danny DeVito.  Some theater-goers didn’t even notice who was in the audience with them.   Barack Obama just arrived in row just behind me for Broadway show. Performance is revival of Arthur Miller's "The Price."— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) February 25, 2017 A woman sitting five seats from Obama just said she didn't realize it was him.— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) February 25, 2017 Welcome back, Sir!  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

31 января, 17:40

Cerner (CERN): What's in the Cards this Earnings Season?

Cerner Corporation (CERN), a leading global provider of healthcare information technology solutions ("HCIT"), is set to report fourth-quarter 2016 results, after the closing bell on Feb 9.

26 января, 14:30

McKesson (MCK) Beats on Earnings in Q3, Inks Buyout Deal

McKesson Corporation (MCK) reported third-quarter fiscal 2017 earnings of $3.03 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $2.95 but declining from the year-ago figure of $3.18.

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24 января, 16:06

Medical Product Stock Earnings on Jan 25: MCK, VAR & More

Let's take a look at the major Medical Product stocks slated to release their earnings results on Jan 25.

19 января, 20:07

Why Do Tom Price's Potential Conflicts of Interest Matter?

Investments in health-care companies by Trump’s nominee for health secretary raise both ethical and legal questions.

19 января, 18:17

McKesson (MCK) Q3 Earnings: Stock Likely to Disappoint?

McKesson Corporation (MCK), one of the largest healthcare services providers, is scheduled to report third-quarter fiscal 2017 results on Jan 25.

19 января, 18:13

How Big Data Will Change the World... and Save Your Life

Data is everything these days. There’s nothing more important to companies than gathering massive amounts of it. Here’s how big data is changing the world...

18 января, 23:31

Activists Launch Resistance Manual On Fighting Back During Trump Era

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Donald Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States in just 2 days, and many people are bracing for the restrictive policies he’s promised to introduce.  As such, members of Stay Woke and Campaign Zero, organizations committed to fighting racism, have created a Wiki-styled website to help Americans fight back. Activists including DeRay McKesson, Johnetta Elzie, Samuel Sinyangwe and Brittany Packnett have launched the Resistance Manual, an open-source platform which houses resources people can use to “resist the impact of a Trump presidency and to continue to make progress in our communities.” Today we launch The Resistance Manual, an open-source platform to compile information/resources to resist. https://t.co/Q2IDs04bnn— deray mckesson (@deray) January 17, 2017 The website, which launched on Tuesday, heralds intersectionality and equality among all races, genders, sexualities, physical abilities and more. Sinyangewe told Mediaite that the Resistance Manual aims to be “a collective resource for communities across the country to connect to the information and resources they need to resist the Trump/GOP agenda.”  Currently, the site includes information on Trump and the Republican party’s agenda on the Affordable Healthcare Act, immigration, policing, LGBTQ equality, voting rights and other areas in which people can educate themselves. The homepage also includes an essential readings section for political issues and resource links to crisis hotlines, tools of resistance, organizations and upcoming events. Sinyangewe said they hope more and more people will add more detailed and location-specific content to the site as it grows. “There are not enough full-time activists and advocacy organizations to handle the immense demand of the moment, so we have to figure out how to build the capacity to the millions of people who want to get involved to be as good as the professionals,” Sinyangwe told The Daily Dot. Packnett emphasized the importance of the Resistance Manual to Mediaite, especially in the age of a Trump presidency. “The Resistance Manual is rooted in the basic principle that the power belongs to the people,” she said. “We wanted to create a clear tool that people can use for targeted resistance for the next 4 years. Protecting progress and advancing justice for vulnerable communities is necessary. Therefore, so is resistance. This is one important tool to do it.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

18 января, 20:30

McKesson (MCK) to Pay $150 Million to Department of Justice

McKesson (MCK) has finalized to resolve U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and Department of Justice potential federal civil and administrative claims.

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17 января, 08:30

За здоровье купишь. США засыпят Украину лекарствами

Украина, как и многие другие государства бывшего СССР, — страна, на которую США стремится оказывать и оказывает влияние. Америка действует методом пряника: она и энергетику на Украине налаживает, и электронное правительство помогает создавать. Как говорится, самое главное — это здоровье, и, конечно, США занялись здоровьем украинцев.  Агентство США по международному развитию USAID разместило уведомление о конкурсе на поиск подрядчика, который поможет реформировать фармацевтическую систему Украины. Цель — "безопасные, доступные и эффективные лекарства для украинцев". С победителем конкурса американское агентство планирует заключить контракт на общую сумму $10–15 млн. Ориентировочный период исполнения — 2017–2022 годы.  Как сказано в уведомлении, сферы деятельности, где нужно навести порядок, это "укрепление управления фармацевтическим сектором", "оптимизация финансирования фармацевтического сектора", увеличение доступности медикаментов.  Но это ещё не всё. 29 декабря Исполнительный офис президента США заключил контракт с американской компанией McKesson Corporation (крупный дистрибьютор лекарств и оператор сети аптек) на поставку лекарств для Украины на сумму $16 тысяч (конкретные названия не уточняются).  Всего Исполнительный офис президента США заключил с McKesson Corporation 7 похожих контрактов. Общая сумма — $95 тысяч. Логично на таком фоне выглядит новость о том, что Украина упростила регистрацию иностранных лекарств (препараты из США и ЕС могут быть зарегистрированы за 17 дней).  По словам главы миссии USAID (агентство США по международному развитию) на Украине Сюзан Косински Фриц, Америка вложила в развитие украинского здравоохранения уже более $300 млн.  На что пошли эти деньги? К примеру, судя по информации с американских госзакупок, в феврале 2016 года $120 тысяч было выделено организации All-Ukranian network of people living with HIV / AIDS ("Всеукраинское объединение людей, живущих с ВИЧ/СПИД"). В описании гранта сказано, что на эти деньги должны проводиться тренинги для социальных работников. Среди задач — повысить знания по вопросам, связанным с ВИЧ, улучшить взаимодействие с органами власти по поводу проходящих реформ здравоохранения.   Как сказано на сайте организации, недавно она "подала иск, направленный на расширение доступа пациентов к важному препарату для лечения ВИЧ — "Тенофовира алафенамид фумарат". Не исключено, что бороться помогают тренинги на американские деньги. И всё же тяжелобольным украинцам родственники или волонтёры очень часто сейчас привозят лекарства из России. Благотворительный фонд "Таблеточки", который защищает интересы детей с онкологическими заболеваниями на Украине, ещё летом начал искать "постоянных волонтёров в Москве".  "Друзья, к сожалению, на Украине нет всех необходимых для лечения наших подопечных детей лекарств, — сказано на странице фонда в сети Facebook. — Мы часто привозим нужные препараты из других стран, в том числе из России". Директор благотворительного фонда "Пациенты Украины" Ольга Стефанишина также говорила о том, что людям приходится везти лекарства в том числе из России. По её словам, "очень многие пациенты... закупают сейчас, особенно с тяжёлыми заболеваниями, лекарства, которые производятся за границей, они их экспортируют в сумках, в чемоданах, из Польши, даже из России, потому что на Украине этих лекарств и аналогов нет".  — Взамен на свои вложения американцы планируют получить от страны буфер между Россией и Европой, — говорит обозреватель журнала "Международная жизнь", преподаватель МГИМО Сергей Филатов.  То есть, когда Россия и Европа будут о чём-то договариваться, Украина будет мешать. Один из последних примеров: Еврокомиссия приняла решение о предоставлении "Газпрому" дополнительных мощностей в трубопроводе OPAL, а Украина выступила резко против (правда, экономические причины тоже понятны).  Сергей Филатов назвал USAID "теневой разведорганизацией, которая будет тормозить проекты, выгодные России". При этом Россия, как рассказывал Лайф, будет помогать лекарствами Донбассу. Это делается по согласованию со Всемирной организацией здравоохранения (ВОЗ). Секретариат ВОЗ подготовил "проектное предложение" о том, какую помощь здравоохранению Донбасса могла бы оказать Россия. Об этом говорится в письме МИД, которое 15 ноября было направлено в Минздрав. Согласно проекту, Россия поставит в Донбасс "лекарственные препараты для обеспечения больных диабетом и онкологией, проведения хирургических операций, обеспечения работы медлабораторий, вакцинации детей и пр.". Как говорится в письме МИД, "проект с бюджетом 3,1 млн долларов США рассчитан на 18 месяцев". Ранее политолог Игорь Шатров говорил, что Россия, помогая слабым соседям, будет выглядеть сильной страной, способной эффективно решать серьёзные гуманитарные проблемы.  — Как правило, нагрузку по помощи беднейшим странам берут на себя страны-лидеры, большие державы, — сказал политолог. Читайте также:  США наращивают воздействие на постсоветское пространство: на очереди Молдова Армения, Киргизия, Таджикистан, Молдавия — следующие цели Госдепа США

05 января, 22:48

The Horrific Teen Beating In Chicago Has Nothing To Do With BLM

A disturbing video was broadcast on Facebook Wednesday showing black Chicago residents beating and teasing a mentally ill white teen. The suspects, two men and two women, have been taken into custody and will likely be punished for their horrific crimes. They also have no official affiliation to the Black Lives Matter movement and Chicago police said on Thursday that they have not made any connection to the racial justice group. But, like clockwork, many right-wing conservatives and BLM critics are unfairly laying blame on the organization and have wrongfully labeled the attack the #BLMKidnapping.  You are right. Stand up with me and demand justice in Chicago for the beating of a disabled trump supporter by BLM https://t.co/aP79pKnHA1— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) January 5, 2017 The #BLMKidnapping is a result of the terrorist group #BlackLivesMatter being enabled to act out. Whites need to stand up for themselves.— Hutch (@LawlessPirate) January 5, 2017 White special needs Americans are being kidnapped & tortured. Will Libs scale back their dangerous & hateful rhetoric now? #BLMKidnapping— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) January 5, 2017 The video is haunting and horrific. The suspects, who have not yet been identified, took the victim, who reportedly knew at least one of the suspects, into the city in a stolen van, according to Chicago Police Commander Kevin Duffin. They then yelled “fuck white people, boy” and “fuck Donald Trump” at the teen in between beatings. The video has since been taken down and the victim is currently recovering at a local hospital. It’s not clear if the victim was kidnapped or willingly went with the suspects. It is also not clear if the victim was a supporter of the president-elect. What is clear is that the attack had absolutely nothing to do with the Black Lives Matter movement. “This is hate. And hate doesn’t have a color,” former Chicago police officer Dimitri Roberts said Thursday, according to CNN.  “So for folks to talk about this is somehow connected to Black Lives Matter is absolutely the wrong way to look at this. ... And we cannot respond to hate with hate. It’s just going to perpetuate the cycle.” This message was reinforced by the network’s Chicago chapter on Wednesday who declared on Twitter that the attack has “nothing to do with BLM.” The group later published a more extensive statement on Facebook condemning the attack, denouncing violence and demanding a “restorative justice process” so there can be healing and justice in this case.  BLM has routinely been used as a scapegoat of racial violence against white people or police.  The movement was wrongly labeled at fault for the tragic death of five police officers in Dallas last July as well as during the Virginia shooting in 2015 where a black news reporter fatally shot two white colleagues, neither of which had anything to do with the organization. But that didn’t stop right-wing conservatives from spreading misconceptions of the movement. BLM critics wrongly believe that the organization encourages and endorses violence when the foundation of the movement is one built on love. It seeks equality and justice for black Americans through peaceful demonstrations and other powerful tactics that make clear that violence is in no way tolerated. And, quite frankly, reiterating the message and mission of the  BLM movement time and again is daunting, maddening and entirely exhausting.  When one black person, or a small group of black people, commits an act of racial hate, the entire Black Lives Matter movement is blamed. Will this ever end? Do black people constantly have to defend that BLM is not a movement that seeks violent retaliation against white America? Will BLM critics constantly seek to tarnish the movement’s name? Sadly, the answer to these is likely yes ― because this is America and racism lives on despite organized attempts to dismantle it.  It goes without saying that the actions being branded by the far-right as the "BLM Kidnapping" have nothing to do w/ the movement.— deray mckesson (@deray) January 5, 2017 PSA: stop calling it the BLM kidnapping. Stop doing racists' work for them.— jamilah (@JamilahLemieux) January 5, 2017 The kidnapping was horrific and I hope that man finds justice. It also had nothing to with black activism. But I know how y'all do.— Vann R. Newkirk II (@fivefifths) January 5, 2017 In the meantime, black social justice leaders and activists are left to defend BLM from damaging misconceptions, dangerous labels and disastrous smear campaigns from critics who fail to see that movement is truly about. In doing so, CNN panelist Angela Rye joined a segment on Thursday to discuss the attack and denounce any connection of the attack to the BLM movement.  “These folks are not trying to kill people, they’re trying to protect black lives,” she said. “It’s horrible to put that at the feet of Black Lives Matter.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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