On late Thursday night (May 6), the Democratic Mayor made the announcement that she has no plans to seek reelection as the city Mayor this year citing that while she still intends to make a difference, the next season of her life will not include being in the office of the Mayor adding that the decision was an emotional and difficult one to make

Georgia's Governor Kemp is suing Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms because she's trying to keep her city safe. The man who cheated in his race with Stacey Abrams has an issue with the ATL's mayor's mandate that residents wear masks to help flatten the coronavirus curve.

The coronavirus pandemic is anything but a hoax. Today (July 6), Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms revealed that she has tested positive for COVID-19.

Some members of the Atlanta PD are BIG MAD because one of their own deservingly so got slapped with murder charges.

Six Atlanta police officers are facing charges after reportedly pulling two college students from their car and using excessive force after pulling them over during the George Floyd protests while they were stuck in traffic. On Tuesday (June 2), during a press conference, the Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard announced the charges against the officers after video footage from the traffic stop went viral showing the officers pulling 22-year-old Messiah Young and his girlfriend 20-year-old Taniyah Pilgrim from a stopped vehicle before using a stun gun on the two students who were pleading that they were "just trying to get home."

Mayor Bottoms did give praise to those who have observed the guidelines this past Memorial Day weekend.


So it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that our new favorite mayor is calling the murder of Ahmaud Arbery what it is: a lynching. During an interview on CNN with Jake Tapper, Mayor Keisha bluntly stated her opinion on the matter saying, "It's heartbreaking that it's 2020 and this was a lynching of an African American man."

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms was on the receiving end of a racist cyber attack after publicly speaking out against Governor Brian Kemp's plan to prematurely partially reopen the state amid the coronavirus pandemic.


Much to the dismay of many across the U.S., Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (should’ve been Governor Stacey Abrams) announced this week that he was going to be lifting the states stay-at-home order and allowing non-essential businesses to reopen even though the Coronavirus continues to spread without any vaccines or even therapies available to those infected […]