Hardaway and Richardson appeared on The Hard Line on Newsmax TV earlier this week after they produced another pro-Trump video. Host Ed Berliner asked the duo how they fell out of line with the traditional black female supporters of the Democratic Party and Hardaway said, “Well, listen, we have our own minds and we can no longer be spoon-fed. We can pick up our own forks and eat for ourselves. We have our own minds to think for ourselves. Stop believing everything those Democrats tell you.

If our man Donald Trump gets this, we going Republican, baby!

They called Trump a “breath of fresh air” during the interview.

“It’s like now we have a leader. We have someone that can lead us, secure that border, bring jobs back to America so people can not only survive, but they can also thrive in this country.”


  1. Mike says:

    No disagreements from me.

    I think these two should be host the next debate, hell they could host on Fox News as well.

  2. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

    So….seems both parties have idiots attracted to Trump. Same qualifications……….same reasoning as such.

    One difference at least is the idiots on the Left aren’t in charge of the party. We have other idiots for that job.

    Ha, ha………………….

  3. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

    BTW….. I do believe Trump did mean bloody nose (and ears).

    Its a very specific animus towards women to go after the menstrual cycle.

    Whole lot of mind readers out there……..puking vomit that is eagerly passed on by our Media and consumed by the viewers.

    ………………….same as it always was………..

    • Hmeyers says:

      I think Trump is handing all of this exactly right, even to the extent he is being unfairly accused.

      The questions were loaded up attacks and he is right to be outraged.

      He is also exposing the Republican establishment in the process and handling them very well.

      Most surprising was how well he handled the cheap-shot questions. It was very impressive.

      • MikeN says:

        If you are whining about Megan Kelly, then the problem is with you.

        I didn’t think they were unreasonable questions at all, though they could have done a bit better at getting at disagreements. It isn’t the job of the press to promote the candidates, even if that’s what the liberals think.

        • Hmeyers says:

          The question wasn’t unreasonable.

          A candidate needs to be able to handle any question coming their way.

          I think the forum for the question was unreasonable.

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

            Do I have this correctly? Trump was asked questions that weren’t unreasonable but he was treated unfairly?

            So….either you forgot to acknowledge your initial misstatement OR you think Trump, or maybe all Republican candidates, should only be asked questions designed to fit their known stump speeches?

            Given you are a smart man, I think its the former. Given this is the Republican Primary Season……you might be off your nut.

            always hard to tell.

          • MikeN says:

            Having reading comprehension problems again, are we?

        • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

          Say wha???? You got Republican Candidates at a Fox News Forum being asked questions by Fox Spews Bobbleheads that are IN THE BIDNESS of promoting their conservative candidates of choice.

          And this is liberal driven how?

          • Hmeyers says:

            Trump is like Ross Perot except he’s running an insurgent campaign inside a political party.

            I don’t believe Fox News is really “independent” and unbiased.

            I think Fox News is joined at the hip with the Washington political establishment.

            I don’t think it was an accident that Trump got loaded attack question.

            Or do you suddenly believe that Fox News doesn’t have an agenda?

            The establishment Republicans despise Trump and want him to go away.

          • Hmeyers says:

            If Fox News doesn’t have an agenda, then why did Trump immediately get singled out for the unwillingness to vow off a 3rd party run?

            At the beginning of the debate.

            If you count that, there were at least 3 attacks on Trump on Thursday by the news organization.

          • Hmeyers says:

            Trump isn’t bought for and paid for by the megacorps and lobbyists.

            They are PETRIFIED of this guy because he cannot be bought off.

            If he happens to ultimately win the Republican nomination, he is a major threat to the current leadership of the RNC and the Washington culture.

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

            HM—you really are dithering on about the Obvious and simply restating the basis of my comments as if you were challenging them.

            What do you think “Fox is in the business of promoting their conservative candidates of choice” means except everything you posted?

            Sheese, its like talking (sic–trying to talk, sicX2-as we used to try to talk) to Pedro.

            To polish your droppings just a bit for empHAsis: the formulation t hat makes me smile is that the Republicans have been appealing to and stoking the fires of “anti-gubment” “anti-cooperation” forces for so long that they build a solid core of voters demanding they actually deliver on this anti-message and so voila: they get Trump. Perfect justice…… and they will lose the Presidential election as they can’t gerrymand the statewide electorate.

            Call for pitchforks and hang nooses long enough, and thats what you will get.

            ………….and the USA continues ionto the shit holw.

            Thanks Republicans.

  4. MikeN says:

    More targets for the Left to attack.

    I wonder what they will come up with if Ben Carson becomes the leader in the polls like Herman Cain last time.

  5. Tom says:

    Megyn and Erick are everything Trump called them and more! Sometimes the truth hurts! Final Score: Trump 3, Megyn 0, Erickson -1.

  6. Tom says:

    Frankly, I think Trump came across as the best of the bunch in the debate. Unlike all the others, he didn’t say what he thought people wanted to hear – and lie out of both sides of his mouth – but rather what he thought that needed to hear… And he was right! He reminds me very much of Barry Goldwater in that regard. Megyn, on the other hand, is a nothing!

  7. mojo says:

    Don’t laugh. They want a Man on a White Horse. Any man who says the right things.

    Simon Bolivars are kinda sparse on the ground these days.

  8. says says:

    Christ oh mighty…

  9. noname says:

    I don’t think I could ever vote for the Donald (or any anti-99% and pro 1% repuke), but; this is Free Speech and America as it is intended and at its finest!

    You go girl! These two are less pretentious, more upfront and making more sense than Megyn Kelly ever did.

    If only Elizabeth Warren was running.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Donald Trump is a like a vacuum cleaner that sucks up all the media attention, depriving other candidates of any attention.

      It is a very unusual tactic and quite effective.

      It’s like he sets out to get 100% media attention.

      And doesn’t care whether the attention is positive or negative as long as the attention is on him.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

        They all do that. Trump is getting attention because he is leading in the polls.

        You miss basic points.

        • Hmeyers says:

          Are you the guy from Memento whose memory resets every 15 minutes?

          The first week of the Trump campaign was constant criticism of his comments about illegal immigration by all the media outlets.

          He certainly wasn’t leading in any polls within the first week of announcing — yet he has dominated all news coverage since day 1 excluding the week he went to the UK for vacation (which was filled by Hillary Clinton email investigation leaks by the government).

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist over invested in word play says:

            My memory isn’t perfect, and I keep that in mind as I formulate my thinking and my posts.

            My memory: Trump got a lot of attention from Media as he should have when making the anti-immigration statements. If he had tanked in the polls rather than spiking and staying up, we wouldn’t h ave heard about him to the degree we h ave.

            So…….rather than misplace your empHAsis and be confused about causality: ITS TRUMPS POLLING that keeps him in the news.

            ………….just as it should be.

          • NewFormatSux says:

            The guy from Memento knew he had a problem and took pictures and notes.

  10. Mr Diesel - No more bush in the White House, Hillary's or Jeb says:

    Smokey Bear and not Smokey the Bear


  11. Err'in Spelling says:

    “Fox Spews Bobbleheads”

    Why is it my spellcheck wants to substitute “Bobboheads”?


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