ABC NEWS recently hosted a town hall with President Obama and a room filled with mostly African-Americans.  Diamond “Lavish” Reynolds made a guest appearance.

Reynolds was the girlfriend of Philando Castile, the man who died after being shot by a  Minnesota police officer following a routine traffic stop.  Reynolds broadcasted the aftermath of the shooting on Facebook LIVE.

Although Reynolds has cleaned up nicely for her many national media appearances — like the one with ABC NEWS and President Obama — the mainstream media and the White House continue to overlook what Dennis Michael Lynch has uncovered about Reynolds.  For some reason they aren’t paying any attention to the videos of her habitual drug use and questionable parenting practices which includes cursing, smoking weed, and drinking in front of her 4-year old daughter.

During the ABC NEWS town hall, Reynolds told the president she is very concerned about her daughter’s future. Not because of the environment Reynolds subjects her to at home, but because of all the cops who kill black people.   As you can see in the video below, the president answered her question by outlining a 3-step plan for improving police bias, but never once did he mention drugs, illegal guns, unemployment, or gangs.  He failed to ask Reynolds about some her more questionable Facebook posts that exist, like the ones we offer here:

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