Recent polling data indicates that a growing number of African-Americans are trending toward voting for President Donald Trump to maintain the prosperity they have garnered from the America First policies.
With zero evidence to support their claims, the fake news media unleashed a barrage of smears against the president claiming his Make America Great Again agenda would somehow diminish the prospects of African-Americans. That propaganda rippled through the country, causing President Trump to garner only approximately 6 percent of black voter support. But three years into his presidency, the America First agenda has produced substantial gains for all Americans. In the age of Trump, you are either American, or you’re not. African-Americans have enjoyed a golden age of historically low unemployment and substantial wage growth.
A recent impartial Rasmussen poll shows that support among African-American voters has risen to 34 percent. The liberal-leaning Emerson survey saw the president’s support swell to 34.5 percent, and those polls prompted prominent African-American author Deneen Borelli to reportedly tweet out: “Boom. Democrats worst nightmare.”
African-Americans have overwhelmingly voted for Democrat candidates for decades on the promise of racial and social equality. Liberal candidates have made promises each and every election cycle to improve conditions in black-majority communities. Not only have these promises gone unanswered, but African-American communities continue to trail behind other demographics in terms of economic growth, robust employment, safe neighborhoods, and quality education. The disgraceful lack of action by Democrat politicians has caused African-Americans to unnecessarily suffer generational setbacks. President Trump asked a simple question of black voters in the run-up to the 2016 election: “What have you got to lose?”
Despite the low voter support, Trump has delivered to African-Americans, big league.
“It might shock Democrats that support for President Trump is rising with Black Americans, but it shouldn’t,” Trump campaign Principal Deputy Communications Director Erin Perrine reportedly said. “Blacks are more prosperous than ever because of President Trump with record-low unemployment and rising paychecks.”
What the president has accomplished in three years is to shift the phony narrative of Democrats and their liberal media outlet colleagues. It no longer makes sense to claim President Trump is anti-minority when African-Americans and Latino-Americans have made unprecedented gains under the America First agenda. During the previous administration, African-American unemployment was stunningly in double-digits, and young men suffered the worst unemployment in the nation. By contrast, the Trump Administration has reversed that hopelessness with wide-reaching opportunities. And as Democrats play out their impeachment lust, black voters are no longer on board.
Another liberal-leaning Emerson College poll shows that more black voters are against impeaching the president than are in favor. As fact-based information has come to light, impeachment support among black and Latino voters plummeted by 20 and 25 percent, respectively. Other surveys indicate that African-Americans are closely watching the impeachment process at a 70-percent rate. In the midst of what be a distracting state of affairs, the Trump Administration launched a campaign to support black initiatives. The campaign recently unveiled “Black Voices for Trump” that is bringing more African-Americans into the political process and pushing forward with the “Keep America Great” 2020 agenda.
“With your help, we’re going to travel all across the country to every community, urban, rural, suburban, and we’re going to campaign for every last African-American vote in 2020,” Trump said to a predominately African-American audience. “We’ve done more for African Americans in three years than the broken Washington establishment has done in more than 30 years. We’ve created 6.7 million new jobs since the election. Last month, the African American unemployment rate reached the lowest level ever recorded in the history of our country.”
In 2016, Hillary Clinton received a reported 88 percent of African-American votes, and Obama enjoyed 93 percent. President Trump earned more support than Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, but only now can voters look back at the campaign promises and decide which party has served their best interest in the White House.
“The Democrats have let you down, and then I made you a solemn pledge that whether you voted for me or not, I would be your greatest champion,” President Trump said to an audience of African-Americans.
The numbers do not lie, and that’s why an increasing number of black voters plan to Keep America Great in 2020.