*It has been an explosive week for the grassroots hashtag movement #ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery), an article came out on theintercept.com pushing back against the unfounded accusation that the people using their hash tag were Russian bots by Joy Ann Reid of MSNBC and Angela Rye of CNN.
Eurweb brought that to you first, now it appears the plot may have thickened. Are democratic donors targeting black dialogue to help Kamala Harris? In a tweet co-founder of #ADOS Attorney Antonio Moore said this earlier today:
@OfficialCBC #ADOS need you to protect the black vote and stand up for black political dialogue. We can’t confirm this post in a forums accuracy, but if true this is concerning. It also fits with attacks we have received on Russian bots without proof. @BreakingBrown @theintercept pic.twitter.com/gNPQyjzL1W
— Antonio Moore (@tonetalks) February 16, 2019
Moore continued by calling on people to reach out to there local Congress members, and Senators. Moore had this to say to Eurweb “Black America has been asleep politically for a generation, as we awaken the thought that we will demand policy like reparations, or access to the America our families built is a problem for the status quo. Black America is largely suffering economically across this nation, and the national dialogue is avoiding us. #ADOS wants to change that entirely and make our people’s concerns and needs the top priority.”
Stay tuned because this appears to be a needed dialogue that will take us into the 2020 election cycle.