Democrats will violate all ethical standards to defeat Donald Trump in November.
So-called mainstream media has amplified its hate messaging aimed at Trump and Republicans.
But The New York Times is panicked over Trump’s growing support among one voting bloc.
The Wuhan virus has dominated the headlines for weeks, pushing aside some of the left’s radical cultural agenda.
But now that the pandemic crisis is winding down, the Democrats and their media allies are settling back into their divisive identity politics narrative that leads to incivility.
As elections grow near, Democrats, like clockwork, push the narrative that racism in America is rampant.
However, when Joe Biden recently remarked in an interview that “you ain’t black” if you support Trump over him, the Democrat Media Complex did their best to downplay the story.
Some members of the left, like Jemele Hill from The Atlantic, even said that Biden was essentially correct.
The left’s view of black conservatives and Trump supporters not being black is somehow permissible to say.
It exposes the hypocrisy of the left.
Liberals claim to be for racial minorities and women…unless they’re conservative, or simply step out of line on a particular issue.
That’s why the so-called mainstream media feel justified in doxxing a black Trump supporter and getting him fired from his job for the “crime” of posting a Nancy Pelosi meme on social media.
But despite the Democrats’ racialized agenda, there’s concern among their ranks that Trump could be currying favor with black voters.
As a defensive measure against Biden’s ugly “you ain’t black” gaffe, The New York Times wrote a piece attacking black conservatives who support Trump.
The Times wrote:
“Nearly every week this spring, President Trump’s re-election team has held one of the most peculiar events of the 2020 online campaign: ‘Black Voices for Trump Real Talk.’ It’s a dizzying effort by Mr. Trump’s black advisers to put their spin on his record…from his remarks on the Central Park Five to birtherism to Charlottesville.”
This is the left’s “greatest hits,” but it’s based on bad information.
For example, the myth that Trump was praising the white supremacists in Charlottesville has been debunked so many times, and his comments on the Central Park Five had nothing to do with race.
Anyone with any decency would’ve been outraged by a woman being beaten and gang-raped in the park.
And despite the left’s revisionist history, there are still serious doubts about the innocence of the Central Park Five.
Prior to the Wuhan virus, Trump’s poll numbers among black voters was on the uptick.
Polls showed Trump’s black support ranged from 14% to 30%.
One of the reasons for that was the record-low black unemployment numbers.
The pandemic has caused a major disruption in the economy, but the latest polls show that more Americans trust Trump over Biden to lead an economic recovery.
Trump won’t receive 30% of the black vote in 2020, but if he breaks double digits, the Democrats will be in serious trouble.