See how Donald Trump challenges African-American voters to stop voting Democrat.
People should not be asking why Donald Trump challenges the Black community to vote differently. They should be asking why no Republican candidate had the courage to do so before now.
Recently, confirmation of Trump’s position came from the Chicago Tribune (of all places!) under the headline, “Road to urban despair paved by Democrats.”
But we’ve already had government run by the best and the brightest. And we’ve spent trillions of dollars in America’s war on poverty.
And just what has been accomplished? The crime statistics tell you. The jobless numbers tell you. The graduation rates tell you. Open your eyes and see the despair.
What isn’t discussed enough when riots happen and neighborhoods burn is the one thing most common to all these decaying urban tinderboxes.
They’re run by Democrats.
Baltimore is a Democratic city, Milwaukee is a Democratic city, Chicago, Detroit, and on and on.
This is a most inconvenient truth. This is what binds them.
For decade after decade, Democrats have controlled policy and politics in the broken cities. This is the proof of Democratic success.
The broken schools have been run by Democrats for decades. The broken institutions are run by Democrats.
The political corruption in these cities is Democratic corruption, where government is the hammer used to beat others into forking over their cash.
The corruption tax presses down upon the economic wastelands, where there are no jobs to be had.
Donald Trump challenges the oppressive status quo at an opportune time. And there’s evidence that he’s being heard from an earlier speech that week. According to Breitbart,
The Los Angeles Times/USC Dornsife national tracking poll of the presidential campaign picked up a sharp uptick in African-American support for Republican nominee Donald J. Trump, which it now pegs at 14.6 percent.
When the “Daybreak” poll began July 10, Trump‘s support among black voters was 4.6 percent and he fluctuated between 5.4 percent Aug. 1 and 2.5 percent Aug. 11.
The upswing in support for Trump–more than 500 percent above his low less than a week previous–comes after the New York City developer’s address Tuesday in the Milwaukee suburb of West Bend, Wisconsin.
Donald Trump may be able to include unprecedented numbers of Blacks in his winning coalition.