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#WhyIDidntReport is Every Survivor's Take Back the Power Moment

Trump's tweet about Kavanaugh's accuser results in viral backlash. He and his cronies will never understand what they just started.

It was reported on Friday that White House officials were trying to keep President Trump distracted so that he would not respond regarding Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, and the process of which she wants to share her story, and make an impact in a very important historical government move. But, as we all could guess, Trump is incapable of controlling himself.

This time, it's a welcome invite for the backlash that has caught fire on Twitter.

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Old White Republican Bullies Attack Kavanaugh's Accuser and Anita Hill

"You're talking about history … I'd hate to have someone ask me what I did 35 years ago," said Senator Charles Grassley. Maybe somebody should.

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Senators Orrin Hatch and Charles Grassley, both now in their mid 80s, were there for the Clarence Thomas hearings, and they bullied Anita Hill. Forty-one Republicans and 11 Democrats voted to give Clarence Thomas a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court. Now, they're bullying Christine Blasey Ford.

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Homeland Security Office Supervisor Calls Black and Latino Workers 'Monkeys'

Another employee perpetuated a racist stereotype about Black people and fried chicken.

Racist behavior is commonplace and encouraged by management at a Department of Homeland Security investigative office in Virginia.

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White Man Calls Cops on Black Politician: 'They Are Waiting for Drugs at the Local Drug House'

Despite her experience, politician Sheila Stubbs exchanged numbers with the officer, offering to help the police with race relations in other neighborhoods.

Sheila Stubbs was canvassing a predominantly white neighborhood in her jurisdiction of Madison, Wisc., when the police showed up to question her. They asked how Stubbs knew what houses to approach, and for her materials, which she provided. Then police apologized, saying, "I'm sorry this happened to you."

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Sheriffs Left Two Mental Health Patients Chained in a Van to Drown in Hurricane Florence Flooding

The deputies tried to help the patients "for a long period of time," but finally took refuge on top of their vehicle as the waters climbed higher.

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Two female mental-health patients in South Carolina have drowned after the transport van, where they were being held flooded on Tuesday.

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Wale, a rapper and record producer, stated two members of an American Airlines crew told him "he didn't belong in first class" and, allegedly, threatened to call the police.

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School Superintendent on Texans' Deshaun Watson: 'You Can't Count on a Black Quarterback'

Lynn Redden makes a racist Facebook post then offers a canned apology.

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Onalaska School Superintendent, Lynn Redden, could be in hot water after making racist statements about a Black NFL player on Facebook.

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Coast Guard Removes Member for Flashing White Power Symbol on TV

During an update on storm efforts, the member made the "OK" symbol.

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During a colleague's on-camera interview, a member of the U.S. Coast Guard is said to have flashed a symbol associated with white power.

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