PRESIDENT TRUMP: Black Americans Should BET Their FUTURE On Him … Here’s WHY

Every single presidential election covering more than half a century has had millions of black voters praying in their church pews as well as in their homes to be free of the sinking despair of poverty, joblessness, crime and educational enslavement gripping their family and neighborhoods.

Tens of thousands of deaths at the hands of black street thugs, strangulation by a hurricane of withering school dropout rates, single parent households and neighborhoods bombed out and abandoned by Democrat policies have left the clear indelible mark of slavery by Democrat party servitude on their minds and on their souls. Their freedom is on the way by electing Trump president. Here is why.

This century and in this election, black voters may have finally decided that the last vestiges of enslavement to a party that promised them upward mobility while binding their minds and laying waste to their families’ futures is finally over. There is growing proof that the Millennials who were born after the great riotous uprisings of the 1960s and now make up the majority of the voting bloc in the 2016 election cycle may say no to the poverty pimps and Democrat political shills who invade their communities like locusts every four years.

Just look at what has already occurred in the past month in the key battleground state of Florida. Donald Trump saw 20 percent of black voters supporting him based on a Florida Atlantic University poll. That same poll showed Clinton only winning 68 percent of the state’s black vote, when she would be normally polling in the low to high 90’s.

But there is more: a recent national Los Angeles Times/University of Southern California tracking poll of black voters placed black support for Trump up from 3.1 percent on Sept. 10 to 19.6 percent through September 16, according to the New York Post. The results of this poll appear to conveniently coincide with the reemergence of the Washington Post and Clinton campaign “birther” issue.

In presidential campaigns there are no convenient campaign coincidences. Clinton’s support in the black community among unbought young black voters had been sinking quicker than the Titanic hitting an iceberg. In this 2016 presidential contest the political iceberg was Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. While he was speaking to their aspirations and future, Hillary was promising four to eight more years of unfulfilled promises and political enslavement. Obviously the choice was clear, they chose Bernie.

Just take a look at how Senator Sanders went up against her in Michigan and beat her, even with her paid union operatives, Democrat political enforcers and black election plantation field hands. It was young black voters who joined other Millennials to just say no to “Crooked Hillary” who, as it turns out, according to reams of WikiLeaks of DNC emails was working jointly to systematically destroy Sanders’ presidential campaign and populist movement.

What has sent Hillary’s campaign into near meltdown was a recent national Los Angeles Times/University of Southern California tracking poll of black voters that has black support for Trump up from 3.1 percent on Sept. 10 to 19.6 percent through September 16, according to the New York Post.

What is even more revealing is how Clinton and her mainstream media and political cohorts have underestimated the black community by counting on emotion rather than facts to keep black voters towing the political plantation voting line. They have hoped that black people would focus on how “personally hurt” President Obama was feeling when Trump suggested that he prove he was born in America by producing a valid birth certificate.

Even Michelle Obama got in on the act and said at a recent campaign event for Hillary how distressed she was that her poor husband had felt for having his birthplace questioned. To be honest, if Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton and the president had shown that same type of open distress, disgust and heartache when black mothers and fathers were seeing their children in their caskets by the tens of thousands because black street thugs murdered them in cold blood, then their fakery would not be so hard to stomach.

These same young black voters have witnessed the tepid response by Obama and Clinton and local Democrat politicians to seven and a half more years of growing joblessness, decimation of their educational ladder, and nullification of their opportunity to access equality and the American Dream on Obama’s presidential watch. This erosion was not done by Republicans but was perpetrated by Democrats and their policies of racial division and purposeful victimization defeatism policies.

So when Donald Trump visits black churches, black neighborhoods and black schools and says that black families have a right to safe neighborhoods, safe schools, educational opportunities that are tied to their families’ aspirations not teacher unions, black parents and voters listen.

The solution is not complicated. All a young black voter has to do is take a phrase from Rev. Martin Luther King’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech. “Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy.” On November 8, black voters can throw down their political chains and stand up by waking up to a new future for their families and for their future. That will make real a lasting promise of democracy and prosperity.

In 2016, their vote can make America Great Again by making their family and their children’s future great, safe and secure. That is the beginning of a renewed American Dream that the entire nation will benefit and be heir to.

photo credit: AndrewDallos Audience listens as Matt Lauer interviews Donald Trump at last night’s NBC News Forum via photopin (license)

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About the author: Kevin Fobbs

Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a community and tenant organizer, Legal Services outreach program director, public relations consultant, business executive, gubernatorial and presidential appointee, political advisor, widely published writer, and national lecturer. Kevin is co-chair and co-founder of AC-3 (American-Canadian Conservative Coalition) that focuses on issues on both sides of the border between the two countries.

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