The Janelle King show: Laken Riley, Fani Willis, and Super Tuesday

FILE – President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress at the Capitol, March 7, 2024, in Washington. Seated at left is Vice President Kamala Harris and at right is House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La. (Shawn Thew/Pool via AP, File)

For me personally, particularly as a black woman controlling my vote is a thing that’s extremely normal to my community. The Democratic Party has controlled the vote heavily Even so much that the current president that’s sitting in the White House right now. 

Was put in the White House by black people. Based on the overwhelming support that he received. Also told. Us that we’re not black if we don’t vote for him. So being in a party where I’m being told that I’m somehow having to get in line if I don’t want to do something, then I’m now no longer worthy of being a part of the party. All of that is creating this eerie feeling that I felt. When it comes to the Democrat Party. 


ATLANTA – In this episode, we will be discussing three of the most trending topics. Firstly, we will talk about the death of Laken Riley and some shocking details that have come to light about the man who took her life. Secondly, we will talk about the lies, hypocrisy, and other events happening in the Fani Willis and Nathan Wade trial. Lastly, we will delve into Super Tuesday and what it will take for a candidate to secure the White House.