The 7 Wonders of THE TALK! Season 7 premieres with shocking reveals, behind the scenes secrets, surprising reunions and more. Monday, Sept. 12, 2:00 PM ET/1:00 PM, PT/CT on the CBS Television Network. Sheryl Underwood, shown Photo: Robert Ascroft© 2016 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

Sheryl Underwood weighs in on the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on the Tom Joyner Morning Show. She also talks about the new season of The Talk and reveals what Republicans don’t want us to know.

The 7 Wonders of THE TALK! Season 7 premieres with shocking reveals, behind the scenes secrets, surprising reunions and more. Monday, Sept. 12, 2:00 PM ET/1:00 PM, PT/CT on the CBS Television Network. Sheryl Underwood, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen, shown Photo: Robert Ascroft© 2016 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

“As a Republican I’m supporting her because we have to protect the legacy of President Obama. Low voter turnout benefits Donald Trump and the Republicans. He can’t win,” Underwood said.

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7 thoughts on “Sheryl Underwood Reveals What Republicans Don’t Want Democrats To Know

  1. Although I am no longer a registered Democrat but am a Socialist-I will hold my nose and cast my vote in November for Hill.

    I would rather stay home-but this year’s election is too damn CRITICAL to do that.

    None of the third party people seem to have a clue-that Johnson man is an asshole just like Chump as for Jill Stein-who the hell is she and what has she done to make her qualified to be
    the next POTUS?????????????

    Therefore, it is the lesser of two evils-HRC.

  2. Katren Moss on said:

    They are both sad cases…and all that is said/being said might be true but Hillary is the lessor of the two evils…we already know what Trump is going to do and what he is all about because he is bold enough to say it so it does matter that you don’t like either of them; go out and vote for Hillary. These are the only two candidates out there… none of US ran so again….We have to vote for Hillary! If you don’t vote or vote for Trump, when the dust clears and you realize what you did or did not do…please shut the F UP! As Martin Luther King once said, to say/do nothing is just as bad.

  3. Myrtle72 on said:

    We have a long history of voting for the candidate who is working for our best interest.

    The election of Roosevelt in 1932 marked the beginning of a change for Black votes who moved from the Republican party to the Democratic party. He got 71 percent of the black vote for president in 1936 and did nearly that well in the next two elections, according to historical figures kept by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. But even then, the number of blacks identifying themselves as Republicans was about the same as the number who thought of themselves as Democrats.

    It wasn’t until Harry Truman garnered 77 percent of the black vote in 1948 that a majority of blacks reported that they thought of themselves as Democrats. Earlier that year Truman had issued an order desegregating the armed services and an executive order setting up regulations against racial bias in federal employment.

    Even after that, Republican nominees continued to get a large slice of the black vote for several elections. Dwight D. Eisenhower got 39 percent in 1956, and Richard Nixon got 32 percent in his narrow loss to John F. Kennedy in 1960.

    But then President Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 (outlawing segregation in public places) and his eventual Republican opponent, Sen. Barry Goldwater, opposed it. Johnson got 94 percent of the black vote that year, still a record for any presidential election.

    The following year Johnson signed the 1965 Voting Rights Act. No Republican presidential candidate has gotten more than 15 percent of the black vote since. http://www.factcheck.org/2008/04/blacks-and-the-democratic-party/

    Once again, we have a long history of voting for the candidate who is working for our best interest. I suspect we will do it again in 2016.

  4. how many of us really know what goes on in Washington? the dems and reps don’t care about anyone but themselves, they have a thirst for power and control to continue their greed to enrich themselves and their families, it is all coming to an end with Trump, vote Trump and really get a piece of the rock that should have been ours decades ago.

    • That is not necessarily true, Republicans don’t reach out a lot to African Americans and people of color. I am with the Dems all the way! Hillary 2016!

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