So all of white collar is basically Neal growing up and maturing, he loses Kate and loses the puppy love that went with it. He started stealing things for reasons more than showing off. He started trusting the fbi more and thinking about a future without crime and the women in his life became important relationships for him.
By the end of season 4 he's lost the woman who raised him, found his dad, found out his dad did kill a cop and was dirty, loses Sara, a huge relationship for him and then his dad betrays him and let's his best friend go to prison. He's so emotionally destroyed from that whole season that the beginning of season 5 he just wants some normalcy. He immediately gets blackmailed and has to lie to his friend again, but it's worse cause it's not his choice. He starts dating a girl who came out of nowhere and seemingly falls in love with her.
All through out this season Neal just gets more and more fed up with everyone pulling him in different directions. Between Peter demanding his time and honesty and Mozzie questioning everything he does, and all the blackmail, by the end of season 5 Neal is done with them all.
Obviously season 6 is the last because the show was canceled, and they bring back an old enemy, Keller. The last season hurts so much cause its basically Neal killing himself. He starts saying goodbye and I love you to his friends and is closed off about his plans and future. His whole death is so upsetting. If he takes down the panthers his family gets hurt, even if the fbi goes through with his deal. So he had no choice, even though he was already trying to get away from all his handlers. Keller just presents an opportunity for an easier exit. He's a killer that always betrays them, all Neal had to do was have the setting and the right audience. The biggest disappointment of the whole death is that we don't ever get to see what Neal does after the death. It's so closed off and we don't get to see him planning his death or planning his future.
Some people speculate that Mozzie knew about the fake, but I really don't think so. Mozzie wouldn't have stayed around the burkes and the fbi if he knew Neal was out there somewhere. Another moment that makes it all more depressing is that Neal actually left Mozzie. Who had been with him his whole career basically. It's understandable that he'd want a change, but still, it hurt. I was upset that they didn't have a funeral for him, I know that would've taken time from the episode but I'm selfish and I wanted to see all the characters mourn him. I did think it was kind of hilarious that Peter didn't check up on that storage unit until a year later when everything he would've needed to know Neal was alive was in there. Could've saved alot of tears.
I just wanted to see the reunion. And I've devoted too much of my life to that show, but I might as well make a long post so I can hopefully get past the grief stage a little faster than I did the first time I watched the series.
A majority of Americans are not confident that Vice President Kamala Harris is ready to be president, according to a national poll of likely voters.
The poll, conducted this month by the Trafalgar Group/Convention of States, found 64 percent of Americans lack confidence in Harris's readiness to replace President Joe Biden based on her performance as vice president thus far. Fifty-nine percent of Americans are not confident at all about Harris's readiness. The nationwide poll captured more than a thousand voters' opinions with a 3 percent margin of error.
The majority of Democratic respondents still viewed the vice president favorably, but it was closely split. Fifty-two percent were confident in Harris, and 43 percent lacked confidence.
Polls conducted during the Trump administration showed greater public confidence in then-vice president Mike Pence. A Rasmussen poll from April 2017, during Pence's first year in office, showed 63 percent of likely voters, and 40 percent of Democrats, thought Pence was "qualified to assume the responsibilities of the presidency."
Harris's tenure as vice president has been marked by controversy, as reports have cast doubt on her leadership. A June Politico report detailed allegations that Harris runs an "abusive" office where people "often feel mistreated." "It’s not a place where people feel supported but a place where people feel treated like s—t," said one person with knowledge of how the office is run. And Harris's performance as Biden's border czar has been widely panned. She waited three months after being tasked with the immigration crisis before visiting the southern border, even as historic numbers of illegal immigrants crossed over it. The Biden administration this month warned border agents to prepare to process an imminent flood of migrant families and asylum claims.
Harris's readiness to take on the presidency is relevant to the upcoming 2024 presidential election. Biden, 78, has not committed to seeking a second term. He has said his "plan is to run for reelection," but Politico reported in 2019 that he signaled to aides he planned to serve only one term.
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Next time some far-right talking head tries to say that "slavery wasn't so bad", we need to remind them of this; this is what slavery drove good human beings to do rather than submit to such absolute evil. _reply from @Sebastian2Blue
This is such a sad story. The choices so many Africans had to face rather than submit to indignity, slavery, inhumanity.... reply from @pinkykhoabane