By: Danielle Butler In response to mounting criticism over being seen at a Dallas Cowboys game sitting alongside former President George W. Bush, daytime talk show juggernaut Ellen DeGeneres defended her friendship with Bush in a 4 minute monologue on her show directed at the wave of disapproval expressed on Twitter. Staring earnestly into the camera, DeGeneres asserted “Here’s the thing. I’m friends with George Bush” she said, “In fact I’m friends with a lot of people who don’t share the same beliefs that I have.” After citing an example of her being able to befriend people who wear fur, . . .
The recent debacle in regards to the Amber Guyger case teaches many lessons that must be consistently pounded into the heads of those who claim to work for a better world. For those who are for whatever reason unaware of who Amber Guyger is, she is the white former police officer who was found guilty this week of murdering Botham Jean, her Black neighbor, in Dallas, Texas. Guyger illegally entered Jean’s apartment, falsely claiming it as her own, and then proceeded to gun the man down in cold blood and then deny him adequate first aid in line with her . . .