Since Donald Trump’s political ascension, left-wing media personalities and celebrities have routinely contended that he’s racist.
They conveniently ignore that as a real estate tycoon, Trump hobnobbed with people of all backgrounds and ethnicities. Even Jesse Jackson praised Trump before his White House run.
Despite the constant media barrage, the Left’s racists narrative has failed to resonate with African-Americans. (Conservative Tribune)
Even a poll conducted by the NAACP — one of the most well-known black liberal groups in America — revealed that while there’s still a long way to go, Trump is faring much better with the black community than many of his Republican predecessors.
That poll put Trump’s support among black Americans at 21 percent. No, it doesn’t seem very high … but when you consider how low past Republicans have fared with minorities, it looks downright magnificent.
It’s also bad news for Democrats. The left has long relied on black Americans voting blue at the polls, and if that demographic continues to walk away from liberal politicians, the ability of Democrats to win future elections is in serious jeopardy.
“The Democrats heavily depend on 90-plus-percent turnout and 90-plus-percent support for Democrats among African-Americans. If that level of support falls to 71%, the game is more or less over,” explained American Thinker.
Today’s @realDonaldTrump approval ratings among black voters: 29%
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) August 2, 2018
The math here is simple. Democrats simply can’t win if black voters begin to vote Republican or stay home on election day – as many did in 2016.
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