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"bruce carter" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"It was everybody before we start the twenty minute morning show let me tell you about anchor if you've never heard of anchor this is the easiest way to make a podcast so let me Blaine it's free there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or your computer anchors going to distribute your podcast you need to make a podcast and one place so listen download the free APP right now or go to anchor DOT FM to get started and now stand by for the twenty minute morning show from our studios in Charlotte North Carolina on today's episode the twenty minute morning show is now looking at money is to purpose it's the twenty minute morning show for Tuesday October twenty third why would one group of family members exclude the father of Tatyana Jefferson from the funeral arrangements for his daughter Bruce Carter the director of value of life and also the spokesperson for the Jefferson family we here tonight we never wanted to be here but for the last seven days since the death of a Tatyana Jefferson her father Mister Jefferson has done everything he could to participate in the homeboy of his daughter unfortunately this all win south when a gofundme page was discovered and Mister Jefferson sent out an email as in Mary the attorney to please now raise funds for my daughter because I have that covered instead of honoring the wishes of the Father aw they went to the attacker guest Mr Jeffords and blatantly disregarded who we was that he didn't exist.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You ever had a serious wound Ernie yes I have I didn't get a flesh eating virus though how did you get it and what did you do about it I got it through an accident and I cleaned it out and put a bandaid on it all right eyes it yourself I did not call her rise it no I think it's Carter raising his daughter right I believe it's named after that's right ninjitsu fighter Bruce Carter yeah I know no I I didn't Carter right I didn't take a branding iron and put it just grit my teeth no I did not all right what else you got training topic number three this is great Amazon customers can now buy a tiny house for less than twenty thousand dollars and get it shipped free doubt but you don't have any you don't have any hook ups or anything to it do you pry here's a you also did they did say were set it up okay you're going to get an ikea box of war at all man with an I. T. and structured booklet that never was going to say here I hop to it does anybody ever really get anything from my kia that you could put together that last longer than about three months before it falls apart I I've never owned anything that ever stayed together Cordy the retailer sells these and I've seen him in looks and they're pretty sweet what their tiny home yeah the tiny homes have grown in popularity recently already have one up in Vista Mesilla be better to do according to a survey by the national association of home builders fifty three percent of those polled said they would consider buying a tiny home how how many how many square feet yet and tiny home what qualifies like a hundred usually you know it's typically easy just under a thousand what yeah your math lab is a tiny home yeah it's three hundred twenty yes so what's I mean why would this be interesting your you got one I am you could actually saying I'm get another you can put another one on your land I could put most I could ease obvious you could put a neighborhood on your five acres actually there are some rules against that all I have the rules I have a very shaky or just a shady H. away that you don't pay for but there are rules all right so you can't put a bunch of tiny homes on there and created a neighborhood now and he has said and all the houses on my property have to be built there you cannot buy a like some pre fab thing down the road and just hold up there they they they don't trailer yeah yeah they don't trailer on okay all right okay so anyway if you want to buy a pre fab home twenty thousand by twenty K. you can also Carter as your wound harder raising it it's harder as it all right yeah what else go ahead that said they that's the call near for Sino they do it's a it's a military term during the time of it never to shoot me now this month is going to be a great time to keep your eyes to the sky or any brown why is that as a number of astronomical events are due to occur I thought it would be for the fireworks no Sir.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Except for the right place. Costume designer Ruthie Carter has had a pretty remarkable career in movies going all the way back to spike. Lee's third film in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight she's been nominated three times for the Academy Award. But it's her work on last year's film, Black Panther that really blew up. You saw people all over the country in homemade Black Panther costumes on Halloween now Ruth Carter is getting her do as one of the leading designers in Hollywood. And her work was shown at this year's fashion week in New York. So we're at spring studios for the Bruce Carter exhibit called next of kin next of kin features designs from and inspired by I'm gonna get you set school days. Do the right thing. Not the ex. Let's love got to do with it Salma Sharak and Black Panther. And that of course is only a fraction of their projects that Rhys Carter. In fact, she's so busy that when staff writer Doreen Saint Felix wanted to interview Carter he had to catch her at the star studded opening night party where the costume from one thousand nine hundred eight I'm gonna get you suck. It was on display. Were platform shoes with live goldfish swimming around in the soles. That the Gulf issues are necessary edition, of course. Hopefully, there won't be any snap was with the fish. I remember we had extra fish. So if something heaven. So let's go back to the eighties. You're a student at Hampton university. And you decide that you want to switch to theater arts. What inspired that I know that you weren't necessarily thinking that you wanted to work in costume design. When you first enrolled.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Traffic and weather together on the town's. I'm Debbie Lazaga. WTMJ pellet up you. I'd calm the WTMJ five forecast. Couple sprinkles out there for your morning commute. Otherwise, just lots of clouds today few and far between raindrops again, really minimal rain chances. Fifty two degrees here high tonight cloudy with a chance of sprinkles a low of forty three Saturday cloudy with a slight chance of light showers. A high fifty one Sunday cloudy with showers likely high fifty three Monday, Partly cloudy, fifty four Tuesday, partly cloudy, chance of showers and a high of fifty eight I'm meteorologist Brian is scared. The storm team forecast and WTMJ pressure is falling the Lake Michigan water temperature. Fifty one degrees medicine forty-two. Green Bay thirty eight Waukesha forty-three in Milwaukee. Forty-six WGM, Jay. Avery. Bruce Carter Diego. Eddie Fisher JIRA Harper sitting in the front row, your kids first grade class who was the weather channel's list of names for storms that will potentially be confronting this winter, they still keep doing this. I know there's a catch anywhere other than the Weather Channel now through the winter storms. So the cable outlets taken it upon itself to follow national forecasters who give names to hurricanes that's been going on forever. That makes sense. They started doing it in two thousand twelve for winter weather events putting monikers twenty four such occasions last season. Then there's a Green Bay TV station doing the same thing for local storms like when the trips and twenty inches parts of northeastern Wisconsin last April called that one Evelyn everybody else that they're called it. A less polite name. I'm sure. Came on the heels of Abigail Brooks clear, and Dan before that the Weather Channel defends the practice seeing that naming storms makes it easier to communicate which they say benefits, everyone the list excludes any credit lack or Pacific hurricane names for the next six years as well as any retired one. So they should put a lot of work into this to qualify. Storm has to affect the population of at least two million and covers some four hundred thousand square kilometers not.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Anyway so yeah he say was krudick by breitbart rally black voters before for then candidate donald trump or urged them to stay home if they didn't plan if they didn't plan on voting for the tv star turned politician and the interview a bloomberg bruce carter say he was brought on by the conservative news at the dumping the democratic party over his treatment of the vermont senator who was running for president at the time so basically ya'll didn't do bernie right i'm ago george trump card who created black men for bernie i remember talking about this on the show i remember like what is wrong with these magus year win back when was that there was like girl i guess right black man for bernie say that the breitbart staffer approached him under the guise of interviewing him before he knew it he was signed up for a ten week effort and they're getting black votes vote for trump or sit out the election altogether that's how much they hate it hillary clinton and i and i i don't give a it's because she's a woman of course of fucking a course lie is like i get that you know people going to say they had good reasons of the choices we had she was the best choice so once you say i could have found a way to pull the trigger for barack obama but not hillary clinton then you're saying i have put found a way to pull the trigger on barack obama's policies except this moment except for this woman then in that case i'm fine with letting overt racist just running the country that's fine that's absolutely fine.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Philadelphia theresa why support donald trump is because when i traveled to forty states in the primaries and i was chasing sylla's sanders and i'm new to politics and the reason why started supporting senator sanders goes i voting twice in my life and i'm forty six and both times with president obama activist bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign from michael riley so mike this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter yeah i mean i was a african american kind of businessman who gets very very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try and get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge of hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with the trump campaign in a series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but it but histoy is really one in which is as you pull back layers and layers it's tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first feigned interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Reason why support donald trump is because when i traveled to forty states in the primaries and i was chasing filling sanders and i'm new to politics and the reason why i started supporting senator sanders because i voted twice in my life and i'm forty six and both town with president obama that was activist bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign for michael riley so mike this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter was a african american businessman who gets very very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try and get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge of hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with trump campaign in series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but his story is really one in which as you pull back layers and layers tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first pain interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a twist because in their analysis it was great if you could get a block vote voter who would normally vote for a democrat to vote for trump but it was almost as good if you could just get them to stay home and not vote for hillary so this partly became a campaign of voter suppression to try and convince the black community in key cities like philadelphia or states like florida just not not to support hillary.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Time bannon was still at breitbart then steve bannon went to the trump campaign he became the ceo of the trump campaign and the breitbart reporter was in close contact with steve bannon and he put bruce carter and contact with steve bannon so there was a lot of efforts to get funding for bruce carter and it was pretty much done off the books this was not a run of the mill political campaign was not registered with the federal election commission the group did not re report spending to the to the fcc has required by election law so a lot of this was just essentially done off the books there were some there was a wealthy trump supporter who essentially bankrolled bruce carter and none of it was reported as campaign spending so it's there is a potential for potential there's the potential for federal election law violations this raises the question about whether any any of this is illegal because you know they're all all these rules surrounding coordination between the packs and candidates and you you would think that coordination between a a news outlet and a campaign would would run afoul of a federal election laws there is evidence that not all the rules were being followed that not all the is being dotted and t's crossed so yeah this is just one example of probably more in a very rough and tumble campaign and it looks like according to your reporting the verse carter got over one hundred thousand dollars for this effort just to confirm that that's right two hundred thousand dollars from from a financial supporter who in none of that none of that money was disclosed to the federal election commission did any of this work well that's the most interesting part about it is that yes there is abundant evidence that it did work bruce carter went along went around to the battleground states and as i mentioned earlier his method was primarily vote for trump he's a.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On bloomberg radio in the final days of the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign donald trump traveled to several battleground states for rallies singling out a specific group of voters and an event in tampa florida oh i love those signs of blacks for trump that seems to be that seems to be the big surprise so far this election blacks for trump thank you fellas that's so great but that big surprise as trump called it has a back story and a lot of it thanks to steve bannon for more on this we turn now to lauren editor she's a bloomberg news investigative reporters she joins us now by phone and lauren a terrific piece of investigative reporting tell us what you found yeah the the black vote during the two thousand sixteen election was one of the most critical votes if hillary were to turn out as many african americans obama did four years earlier trump's pathan victory would have become very difficult so there was an effort underway in order to get out the black vote and part of that was convincing black voters to vote for trump or if they couldn't vote for him stomach voting for him to not vote at all so they enlisted a man by the name of bruce carter who was a former bernie sanders activist to essentially become a very prominent pro trump supporter and he went on the road delivering that message just on its face that alone is fascinating that the that the effort was targeting a man who was a bernie sanders supporter i mean how how do they go about that so bruce carter had developed a very loyal following on the campaign trail amman bernie supporters he had a bus with bernie sanders photo on it a tour bus he went around to all the battleground states and touted bernie sanders so when the dnc emails leaked the wikileaks and it showed that there was a concerted effort to support hillary at the demise of bernie sanders there was a lot of angst within the bernie community and that was shared by bruce carter so around the time of the democratic convention breitbart reporter by the name of dust in stockton had known heard about bruce carter and he struck up a conversation with them and and it went from there so essentially bruce carter was recruited by by breitbart news to support donald trump.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And i'm new to politics and the reason why i started supporting senator sanders goes i voted twice in my life and i'm forty six and both time with president obama that was activist bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign from michael riley so mike this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter was a african american businessman who gets very very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try to get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with the trump campaign in a series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but his story is really one in which as you pull back layers and layers it tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first feigned interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a twist because in their analysis it was great if you could get a black voter who would normally vote for a democrat to vote for trump but it was almost as good if you could just get him to stay home and not vote for hillary so this partly became a campaign of voter suppression to try and convince the black community and key cities like philadelphia or states like florida just not not to support hillary.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To forty states in the primaries and i was chasing silla sanders and i'm new to politics and the reason why i started supporting senator sanders goes i voted twice in my life and i'm forty six and both of us with president obama activist bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign from michael riley so mike this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter african american of businessman who gets very very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try and get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge or hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with the trump campaign in a series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but it but his story is really wanted in which is as you pull back layers and layers it's it tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first feigned interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Trump campaign here's bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia donald trump is because when i traveled to forty states in the primaries and i was chasing sylla's sanders new to politics and the reason why i started supporting senator sanders goes iphone twice in my life and i'm forty six and both times was with president obama activist bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign from michael riley so mike this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter yeah i mean i african american businessman who gets very very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try and get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with the trump campaign in a series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but his story is really one in which as you pull back layers and layers tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first feigned interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a twist because in their analysis it was great.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And i was chasing the sanders and a new to politics and the reason why i started supporting senator sanders goes i voted twice in my life and i'm forty six and both times was with president obama activists bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign from michael riley so mike this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter was a african american businessman who gets very very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try and get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge of hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with the trump campaign in a series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but it but his story is really one in which as you pull back layers and layers it tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first feigned interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a twist because in their analysis it was great if you could get a block voter who would normally vote for a democrat to vote for trump but it was almost as good if you could just get them to stay home and not vote for hillary so this partly became a campaign of voter suppression to try and convince the black community and key cities like philadelphia or states like florida just not to support hillary.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the final days of the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign donald trump traveled to several battleground states for rallies singling out a specific group of voters and an event in tampa florida all i love their signs blacks for trump that seems to be that seems to be the big surprise so far of this election blacks for trump thank you fellas that's so great but that big surprise as trump called it has a back story and a lot of it thanks to steve bannon for more on this we turn now to lauren etter she's a bloomberg news investigative reporters she joins us now by phone and lauren a terrific piece of investigative reporting tell us what you found yeah the black vote during the two thousand sixteen election was one of the most critical votes it's hillary were to turn out as many african americans as obama did four years earlier trump's path to victory would have become very difficult so there was an effort underway in order to get out the black vote and part of that was convincing black voters vote for trump or if they couldn't vote for him stomach voting for him to not vote at all so they enlisted a man by the name of bruce carter who was a former bernie sanders activist to essentially become a very prominent pro trump supporter and he went on the road delivering that message on its face that alone is fascinating that.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Primaries and i was chasing the sanders and i'm new to politics and the reason why i started supporting senator sanders goes i voted twice in my life and i'm forty six and both town was with president obama activist bruce carter speaking last year in philadelphia and we got more on his role in the trump campaign from michael riley so mike at this week's magazine you have a fascinating look inside really two campaigns initially the bernie campaign and then the donald trump campaign tell us about bruce carter yeah i mean i was a african american businessman who gets very excited very early about bernie sanders and starts to do a lot of activists activism among the african american community to try and get them to come out to vote but as bernie's challenge hillary clinton fades he begins to to connect with the trump campaign in a series of sort of interesting ways and ends up going on the road and doing a lot of outreach for donald trump to the african american community now that wasn't an easy lift in two thousand sixteen but his story is really one in which as you pull back layers and layers tells an interesting tale about how the trump campaign worked he was basically as he describes it sort of recruited by breitbart reporter who at first feigned interested in interviewing him but then started talking to him about coming over to trump and and and how trump could really do a lot for urban communities he connects with steve bannon bannon who by this time is running trump's campaign coordinates with him on which states in which places to to really reach out to the african american community but there's a little bit of a twist because in their analysis it was great.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Clinton for example in philadelphia got thirty five thousand less votes than brock obama did now it's not all bruce carter there's a great number of different factors and yes those districts are far more african american and yes they might have been more motivated to go vote for an african american president who was historic and so and hillary clinton in new job of energizing people and all of that is true but even if he had a small effect it still matters and it's important trump didn't win the election by much and more important than any of that is the intent to deceive you write the intent is to see view is the worst part but like i think that the root of this issue was the fact that manipulation did happen through the dnc in order to favor hillary over bernie when those emails were leaked that led to a lot of anger a lot of frustration among sanders supporters and so sure you know you have people like this breitbart reporter trying to manipulate individuals and explore but their anger to their advantage but let's not lose sight of what the root of the issue was and it's something that you know unfortunately a lot of establishment democrats haven't learned any lessons from it and i'm worried that they're gonna make similar mistakes moving forward okay now with that said let me give you more details on what happened so stockton the breitbart reporter and carter's sketched out plans for him to travel to swing states carter created a website and launched a gofundme campaign that raised about seven thousand dollars on august twenty sixth of two thousand sixteen about ten weeks before the november twenty sixteen elections breitbart published stockton's exclusive about carter and also the work carter says he did and the funds so we'll get to that in just a second sorry there's some campaign finance laws involved here that could be problematic for carter but you know he was just convinced i'm going to go to these swing states i'm gonna talk to black communities in these swing states and let them know hey hillary clinton referred to you guys as super predators.

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"bruce carter" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"bruce carter" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Actor shing anna with you got to keep on rolling one of the best stories of the day right now bloomberg did it investigation and found that a reporter for breitbart had recruited a bernie sanders supporter a black man by the name of bruce carter in order to rally support among the black community for donald trump this is one of the most incredible stories and it gives you a sense of what went wrong with democrats in the past election and more importantly just how those on the right think and utilize the flaws of the democrats to their favor so this all started when dustin stockton who at the time was breitbart reporter reached out to bruce carter bruce carter was a huge bernie sanders supporter he was doing canvassing four bernie sanders throughout the country he was selling bernie sanders merchandise in order to help fund the trip throughout the country to do all of the support of work and then the whole thing with hillary clinton the dnc email sales all that stuff came out and carter became incredibly angry with the democratic party and so stockton took advantage of that and reach out to him and was like hey maybe you need to convince black voters throughout the country that voting for democrats does not serve their best interests maybe they need to either stay home during the election or vote for donald trump because you know he's thinking outside the box now carter said the following he would go around say if you can't stomach trump just don't vote for the other people and don't vote at all okay and then he recalls telling block voters that it's the message he says the trump campaign wanted him to deliver that's what they wanted that's what they got so there's a lot of interesting stuff here i saw black men for bernie in their bus and i think that they were super legit at that point i think i this hardened to see how easy was.

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