Stop Lying About Growing Black Support for Trump

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Rappers are the last people to listen to about this next election. Curtis Jackson tells the white media that black men are moving towards trump and people here take that as some kind of representation of the consensus of black men in America. Curtis Jackson and other materialist nutjob rappers see Trump and his gold toilets and think it's great. Blacks with sense don't.

Opinion: For The Love Of Black Jesus, Please Ignore The Polls​

These polls are not just inaccurate; they distort the political landscape.

Turn on any cable news channel, and you’ll be bombarded with endless drivel about the polls. Pundits incessantly dissect the polls, surrogates are grilled over the polls, and think pieces proliferate on what politicians should do based on the polls. It’s a maddening, imaginary rat race, and the real losers are the American people, especially when the polls claim to be the voice of Black voters. Please do not believe the polls, whether they're favorable or not. Polls cause more harm than good and, at this point, are tools of misinformation.

I'm sure you've heard the never-ending stories about President Joe Biden dramatically losing the Black vote. And, of course, there's another gem making the rounds – apparently, convicted felon Donald Trump is gaining ground among Black voters. Why do I say ignore the polls? Because of recent history.

Trump making inroads with Black voters was a narrative in 2020 from ABC News to Politico. What actually happened? Trump got a lower share of the Black vote in 2020 than he did in 2016. Polls kept predicting Black men are running to Trump, but his support among Black men dropped from 14% in 2016 to 12% in 2020, while Biden’s support increased from 81% to 87%. The Brookings Institution called Trump’s appeal to Black men “illusory.” Who created this illusion and why? There was never a correction or an acknowledgment from polling organizations for the “illusory” narrative.

This same storyline popped up during President Barack Obama’s administration. Back in 2012, there were reports of Obama struggling with Black voters. The result? Obama earned the largest share of the Black vote in recorded history.

Last month, The Washington Post published a new poll claiming that Biden was struggling with Black voters. The number of “Black adults” they polled? 1,300. Yep, according to this poll, 1,300 people speak for the sentiments of nearly 48 million Black people in America.


The article goes on to ask a couple of questions:

What is the GOP plan for voting rights? Decimating the Voting Rights Act.
What is the GOP plan for police brutality? Gutting the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, courtesy of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott.
What's the GOP's plan for Black entrepreneurs? Suing an organization that assists Black women entrepreneurs by arming the 1866 Civil Rights Act against them.

Then it ends with the words below. And this is the reality of why Trump is not gaining black votes and why he won't get any more black votes than he did the last 2 times he ran.

While Democrats have their imperfections and need to focus on incentivizing the non-voter (the largest voting bloc), the Biden-Harris administration has achieved notable successes for Black communities: historic funding for HBCUs, crucial judicial appointments, and a doubling of SBA support for Black-owned businesses in Fiscal Year 2023. Though not without flaws, these accomplishments are often downplayed or misrepresented by pundits eager to be contrarian.

Stop letting misleading polls dictate the narrative, especially when it comes to the Black vote. These polls are not just inaccurate; they distort the political landscape. Black communities deserve better than to be reduced to faulty numbers. We need to focus on the real issues and hold political parties accountable for their policies, not their poll standings. Ignore the polls and false equivalencies.
 
Rappers are the last people to listen to about this next election. Curtis Jackson tells the white media that black men are moving towards trump and people here take that as some kind of representation of the consensus of black men in America. Curtis Jackson and other materialist nutjob rappers see Trump and his gold toilets and think it's great. Blacks with sense don't.

Opinion: For The Love Of Black Jesus, Please Ignore The Polls​

These polls are not just inaccurate; they distort the political landscape.

Turn on any cable news channel, and you’ll be bombarded with endless drivel about the polls. Pundits incessantly dissect the polls, surrogates are grilled over the polls, and think pieces proliferate on what politicians should do based on the polls. It’s a maddening, imaginary rat race, and the real losers are the American people, especially when the polls claim to be the voice of Black voters. Please do not believe the polls, whether they're favorable or not. Polls cause more harm than good and, at this point, are tools of misinformation.

I'm sure you've heard the never-ending stories about President Joe Biden dramatically losing the Black vote. And, of course, there's another gem making the rounds – apparently, convicted felon Donald Trump is gaining ground among Black voters. Why do I say ignore the polls? Because of recent history.

Trump making inroads with Black voters was a narrative in 2020 from ABC News to Politico. What actually happened? Trump got a lower share of the Black vote in 2020 than he did in 2016. Polls kept predicting Black men are running to Trump, but his support among Black men dropped from 14% in 2016 to 12% in 2020, while Biden’s support increased from 81% to 87%. The Brookings Institution called Trump’s appeal to Black men “illusory.” Who created this illusion and why? There was never a correction or an acknowledgment from polling organizations for the “illusory” narrative.

This same storyline popped up during President Barack Obama’s administration. Back in 2012, there were reports of Obama struggling with Black voters. The result? Obama earned the largest share of the Black vote in recorded history.

Last month, The Washington Post published a new poll claiming that Biden was struggling with Black voters. The number of “Black adults” they polled? 1,300. Yep, according to this poll, 1,300 people speak for the sentiments of nearly 48 million Black people in America.


The article goes on to ask a couple of questions:

What is the GOP plan for voting rights? Decimating the Voting Rights Act.
What is the GOP plan for police brutality? Gutting the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, courtesy of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott.
What's the GOP's plan for Black entrepreneurs? Suing an organization that assists Black women entrepreneurs by arming the 1866 Civil Rights Act against them.

Then it ends with the words below. And this is the reality of why Trump is not gaining black votes and why he won't get any more black votes than he did the last 2 times he ran.

While Democrats have their imperfections and need to focus on incentivizing the non-voter (the largest voting bloc), the Biden-Harris administration has achieved notable successes for Black communities: historic funding for HBCUs, crucial judicial appointments, and a doubling of SBA support for Black-owned businesses in Fiscal Year 2023. Though not without flaws, these accomplishments are often downplayed or misrepresented by pundits eager to be contrarian.

Stop letting misleading polls dictate the narrative, especially when it comes to the Black vote. These polls are not just inaccurate; they distort the political landscape. Black communities deserve better than to be reduced to faulty numbers. We need to focus on the real issues and hold political parties accountable for their policies, not their poll standings. Ignore the polls and false equivalencies.
^^^^
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Why would any black voter vote for either of the two dummies?

For that matter, why would any American vote for these two MFers?
 
If black people are supporting Trump, why doesn’t Trump campaign in black communities?
The media/entertainers wing of the Progressive Socialist arm of the Globalist desire for dictatorial control of the planet throw endless propaganda that is pure anti Trump.
 
Rappers are the last people to listen to about this next election. Curtis Jackson tells the white media that black men are moving towards trump and people here take that as some kind of representation of the consensus of black men in America. Curtis Jackson and other materialist nutjob rappers see Trump and his gold toilets and think it's great. Blacks with sense don't.

Opinion: For The Love Of Black Jesus, Please Ignore The Polls​

These polls are not just inaccurate; they distort the political landscape.

Turn on any cable news channel, and you’ll be bombarded with endless drivel about the polls. Pundits incessantly dissect the polls, surrogates are grilled over the polls, and think pieces proliferate on what politicians should do based on the polls. It’s a maddening, imaginary rat race, and the real losers are the American people, especially when the polls claim to be the voice of Black voters. Please do not believe the polls, whether they're favorable or not. Polls cause more harm than good and, at this point, are tools of misinformation.

I'm sure you've heard the never-ending stories about President Joe Biden dramatically losing the Black vote. And, of course, there's another gem making the rounds – apparently, convicted felon Donald Trump is gaining ground among Black voters. Why do I say ignore the polls? Because of recent history.

Trump making inroads with Black voters was a narrative in 2020 from ABC News to Politico. What actually happened? Trump got a lower share of the Black vote in 2020 than he did in 2016. Polls kept predicting Black men are running to Trump, but his support among Black men dropped from 14% in 2016 to 12% in 2020, while Biden’s support increased from 81% to 87%. The Brookings Institution called Trump’s appeal to Black men “illusory.” Who created this illusion and why? There was never a correction or an acknowledgment from polling organizations for the “illusory” narrative.

This same storyline popped up during President Barack Obama’s administration. Back in 2012, there were reports of Obama struggling with Black voters. The result? Obama earned the largest share of the Black vote in recorded history.

Last month, The Washington Post published a new poll claiming that Biden was struggling with Black voters. The number of “Black adults” they polled? 1,300. Yep, according to this poll, 1,300 people speak for the sentiments of nearly 48 million Black people in America.


The article goes on to ask a couple of questions:

What is the GOP plan for voting rights? Decimating the Voting Rights Act.
What is the GOP plan for police brutality? Gutting the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, courtesy of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott.
What's the GOP's plan for Black entrepreneurs? Suing an organization that assists Black women entrepreneurs by arming the 1866 Civil Rights Act against them.

Then it ends with the words below. And this is the reality of why Trump is not gaining black votes and why he won't get any more black votes than he did the last 2 times he ran.

While Democrats have their imperfections and need to focus on incentivizing the non-voter (the largest voting bloc), the Biden-Harris administration has achieved notable successes for Black communities: historic funding for HBCUs, crucial judicial appointments, and a doubling of SBA support for Black-owned businesses in Fiscal Year 2023. Though not without flaws, these accomplishments are often downplayed or misrepresented by pundits eager to be contrarian.

Stop letting misleading polls dictate the narrative, especially when it comes to the Black vote. These polls are not just inaccurate; they distort the political landscape. Black communities deserve better than to be reduced to faulty numbers. We need to focus on the real issues and hold political parties accountable for their policies, not their poll standings. Ignore the polls and false equivalencies.
They won`t like the Pew report that tells us that Blacks aren`t joining the party of the Klan. 😭
 
Why do right wing whites actually think that blacks love the racism we face in America?

Are you crazy?
Because you choose to stay in America. You love speaking a white mans language and being educated in a white culture and to reap the benefits of such a culture.

If it was so “racist” here you wouldn’t be given access to all that white privilege you enjoy so much.

If it was so racist here you would had moved to Africa or Haiti or somewhere less white. But you don’t. Because you are a true white supremacist. You love white culture more than African culture.
 
Don't worry about all the blacks saying they like Trump. It isn't true. It isn't true. It can't be true!
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Because you choose to stay in America. You love speaking a white mans language and being educated in a white culture and to reap the benefits of such a culture.

If it was so “racist” here you wouldn’t be given access to all that white privilege you enjoy so much.

If it was so racist here you would had moved to Africa or Haiti or somewhere less white. But you don’t. Because you are a true white supremacist. You love white culture more than African culture.
Look white boy, you and the other white racists complain consistently about the government. So if you don't like the government take your white ass back to Europe. America is not a white country. America is a land whites stole using a fake doctrine that no one in any indigenous nation recognized. I was born here and I have the first Amendment right to express my displeasure with this country. So if your white ass doesn't like it, leave.
 
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Look white boy, you and the other white racists complain consistently about the government. So if you don't like the government take your white ass back to Europe. America is not a white country. America is a land whites stole using a fake doctrine that no one in any indigenous nation recognized. I was born here and I have the first Amendment right to express my displeasure with this country. So if your white ass doen't like it, leave.
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Don't worry about all the blacks saying they like Trump. It isn't true. It isn't true. It can't be true!
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You will learn the hard way that it is not. Again there are 30 million eligible black voters. Trump will get 3-4 million black votes. The other 85 to 90 percent will either vote for Biden or not at all. So when you can find me any other situation where 85 percent disapprovsl means that the person or issue has great support from any group, let me know.
 
You will learn the hard way that it is not. Again there are 30 million eligible black voters. Trump will get 3-4 million black votes. The other 85 to 90 percent will either vote for Biden or not at all. So when you can find me any other situation where 85 percent disapprovsl means that the person or issue has great support from any group, let me know.
The polls disagree with you.
 

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