Trump, the ‘Racist,’ Won More Minority Votes Than Any GOP Candidate Since 1960, by Rick Moran

For a racist Trump sure did well with blacks and hispanics. From Rick Moran at pjmedia.com:

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Everyone knows that Donald Trump is a racist. How do we know? ‘Cause media says so, that’s how. Every single statement or off-the-cuff remark by Trump that could be deliberately misinterpreted or taken out of context, or twisted into meaning something entirely different, has been used to paint an ugly racist picture of the president.

With black Americans, it’s worked. A poll earlier this year found 83 percent of blacks believing Trump is a racist. How could they not with every media outlet telling them it’s so and many prominent blacks in politics, entertainment, and sports reinforcing the narrative every chance they get?

The so-called “leaders” of the minority communities were virulently opposed to Donald Trump’s re-election. It was nearly unanimous. There were notable exceptions, but brave it was for any black or Hispanic notable to back Trump in public.

But as it turns out, many minority voters tuned out the anti-Trump noise and made an independent decision to back the president.

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One response to “Trump, the ‘Racist,’ Won More Minority Votes Than Any GOP Candidate Since 1960, by Rick Moran

  1. The so called leaders of every minority group are not actually leaders chosen from within those groups but puppets appointed by the elite to promote elite agendas. It is not surprising that many in those minorities have seen through the con – especially as despite the rhetoric their circumstances have not improved, and they are tired of being used for political agendas which disregard their interests.

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