Does that mean that Chuck thinks that the Democrats own black votes? If that’s the case, then that’s pretty racist…
But hey, we know that’s how a lot of those libs roll.
Is it our imagination, or does NBC’s Chuck Todd of the Peacock network seem to be sweating just a little, while he shares this news?
NBC's Chuck Todd says Biden's campaign is now worried that President Trump will “over perform” with African American voters. pic.twitter.com/fIdHVSjtAC
— TV News HQ (@TVNewsHQ) August 26, 2020
Of course people who have routinely voted for the same party could be starting to wake up to the fact that there’s more than one party to vote for… after all, look at everything that’s going on around us.
We have a vastly different approach to what should be done about taxes. That’s pretty much politics as usual. But the rest isn’t.
We had the rocket-ride the markets took us on before they crashed under the Chinavirus — while both parties have VERY different ideas about what should be done about it.
Trump famously asked the question: what the Hell do you have to lose?
With so many Blue Cities on fire, and letting the ‘protests’ (riots, really) continue unopposed the people who live there are asking the same questions.
Especially when they start noticing that the record of Trump’s tenure doesn’t match the rhetoric of his Leftist accusers — not at all.
Minority jobs opportunities were at record highs. School choice to help kids in poor districts escape the life sentence of mediocrity and ignorance associated with being forced into non-performing schools. Funding for Historically Black Colleges has been stabilized.
Inner cities have been set up as opportunity zones for businesses willing to try investing there.
Hershel Walker has been Trump’s friend for decades and is offended by the accusation that he would have befriended a bigot.
Not only is Trump proving he was NOT the bogeyman under the bed that we were warned about, he has actually made life better for them.
Now look back at the party who is celebrating Black Lives Matter — a group who has as its agenda to OPPOSE the nuclear family.
As though having fathers missing from the equation wasn’t already one of the drivers behind the poverty of so many inner-city families.
Of course American Citizens are looking around and wondering — could the other party do a better job of meeting my needs, of filling my priorities?
Even Rapper Ice Cube has explicitly asked that very question.
“A lot of people getting up [at the DNC] talking and everybody really eating it up, throwing their hands in the air like they just don’t care. … What I didn’t hear was: What’s in it for us?” the rapper asked in the video posted Saturday. “What’s in it for the black community? Besides the same old thing we’ve been getting from these parties. What’s in it for us, for real?”
“I didn’t hear anybody mention a contract with black America — and I don’t know why because it’s one of the most comprehensive reform documents that’s come about in a long time that could really address the problem.”
“The way it look, they don’t have a plan,” Ice Cube continued. “Everybody is talking about, ‘Get Trump out. Get Trump out. Get Trump out.’ If you vote, that’s going to happen on the first day, so now what? Trump out, now what? What? What do we get in the first 100 days? That’s what we’re trying to figure out. What do we actually get?” —WashingtonExaminer
All they have to do is remember what things were like the LAST time Biden was in the White House. A lot has happened since then. Here’s a reminder.
As Kentucky’s Attorney General Daniel Cameron noted, he has his own mind. And it just might be that a wave of people are thinking the same thing. With the electoral map looking the way it does, it doesn’t take a very big shift in minority voting patterns to blow a massive hole in the Democrats’ strategy for November.
And, as Chuck Todd noted, Trump could be scooping up a lot of those votes.
A Rasmussen poll in early August shows that Trump had a temporary jump in approval to a shocking 40% of likely black voters, but dropped back down to the usual mid-20s range. That’s still nothing to sneeze at–President Trump received 8% of the black vote in 2016, but an approval rate in the mid-20s could be a bump of a couple of percentage points.
A Knight Foundation-College Pulse survey also conducted August 9-12 shows that one in five black male college students support Trump.
November could be interesting, indeed.
We look forward to bringing back our gloat song… ‘All I Do Is Win.’