When Kamala left the presidential election, KHive continued to sing her praises, champion her bills and legislation, and we watched as she calmly and coolly tore apart Brett Kavanaugh.
See, when someone casts a stone at KHive, our special KHive spy rings all chime at once, and we pounce on that person’s Twitter feed. Not to harass, oh no. We take screenshots.
And since Zach poo-pooed journalism as a whole, he was never bogged down by pesky ethics.
On August 28, 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till was kidnapped, tortured and beaten until he was unrecognizable. His captors gouged out one of Emmett’s eyes, shot him the head, tied his body to a 75-pound cotton gin fan Emmett had been forced to carry for miles, then threw his young body into the Tallahatchie River. EmmettContinue reading “White Women Use Their Tears To Kill, Harm, and Silence Black People”
KHive. The word brushes your cheek like a warm summer breeze, a kiss from your grandma, a soft willow branch dancing on the wind. KHive. A name clouded in mystery, then wrapped in a corn tortilla of riddles, and topped off with a spicy sauce of sass and sarcasm. Many have tried to join KHive,Continue reading “How To Become A Member Of KHive”
Last night, Malcolm Nance, a former CIA analyst with a blue checkmark and over 800,000 followers, demanded his fans harass a black woman on Twitter. And they did, in droves. This morning, that woman has been forced to lock down her Twitter account, many of her friends and followers have been targeted, and most ofContinue reading “Malcolm Nance Demanded His Followers Harass A Black Woman On Twitter”