Democrats are beginning to worry about 2020.
After thinking Donald Trump’s reelection was an impossibility, they’re starting to wonder if it’s an inevitability.
And big media is being silent on the huge problem Democrats face in 2020.
Trump ruined the Democrats’ succession plan.
It was supposed to be eight years of Barack Obama in office, followed by eight years of Hillary Clinton.
The United States may not have recovered after 16 years of Chicago-style corrupt politics pilfered the country.
Democrats wrote off the 2016 election fluke by trying to convince people to believe the fantasy that the Russians were behind Trump’s victory.
It couldn’t be that Clinton was a terrible candidate.
Something nefarious had to be afoot.
Now the Democrats are pushing that strategy forward in 2020.
Democrats have already begun saying that the 2020 election cannot be legitimate because Donald Trump was impeached – even though Nancy Pelosi comically refuses to turn over the formal articles of impeachment to the Senate.
The real reason the Democrats are already laying the foundation for 2020 being “rigged” is that they’re beginning to realize they might lose.
And they could lose bigly.
One huge concern Democrats and their big media allies won’t talk about is the growing support for Trump among black voters.
For decades, black Americans were an incredibly reliable voting bloc for the Democrats.
That wasn’t always the case.
Blacks first began to vote Democrat in the 1930s—despite the Democrats being the party of slavery, Jim Crow, and the KKK—because they wanted to avail themselves of New Deal programs proposed by Franklin Roosevelt during the Great Depression.
In contemporary national politics, Democrats need to maintain a stranglehold of around 90% of the black vote to remain competitive.
If that dips down into the high-80s, the proposition starts getting dicey for Democrats.
If it drops to the mid-80s or lower, it could be Armageddon for the Democrats.
And a recent poll by Rasmussen shows that black support for Trump could be as high as 34%, meaning Democrat percentages could end up even lower than in the 70s.
That number would ensure a crushing defeat for the Democrats in 2020 and perhaps even some rare self-reflection from the Democrats.
Black voters are beginning to see the effects of Trump’s policies on the economy.
Black unemployment is at an all-time low, and Trump has garnered support from cultural figures who have challenged the conservation about African Americans automatically voting Democrat.
Rapper Kanye West and NFL legend Jim Brown both threw support behind Trump.
Other former NFL players and entertainers have also warmed up to the idea of supporting Trump.
The so-called mainstream media doesn’t want to report on it because not only is it painful for them to confront, but it would shatter their lucrative and effective “racism” narrative.
Trump is highly unlikely to receive 34% of the black vote in a general election, but eclipsing double digits would do significant damage to Democrats’ chances in 2020.