Blacks For Trump, Hispanics For Trump
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Trump’s appeal among black and Hispanic voters is not only strong it’s growing!

Not surprising, Joe Biden, the Democrats, and their Mainstream Media cohorts are confounded as to why this is happening, after having spent almost 4-years years insisting President Trump is a Racist White Supremacist.

There is a very simple answer to that question.

Instead of lecturing ‘You Ain’t Black,’ or wearing brand new, just out-of-the-box Timberland’s, or after being asked “Who’s The Best Rapper Alive Today?‘ and you answer “Tupac”.

President Trump speaks to the Black and Hispanic community like adults and went out and EARNED their vote over the past 3+ years by signing into law, legislation like the Crime Reform Bill, that the Democrats have only been promising to do ever since they passed Joe Biden’s 1994 crime Bill, that targeted people of color.

Of course, anyone looking from the outside in would think Trump’s strategy is so simple, but as it has become all too apparent, the Democrats simply don’t get it.

Maybe Because Joe Biden Ain’t Black?

American Greatness reports on the surge in the polls:

Trump Surging With Hispanic and Black Voters In Critical States

Joe Biden has a problem. Actually, he has a few problems. Recent polling shows that Donald Trump is running much stronger with Hispanics and black voters than he did in 2016. Those are demographic groups that Biden needs to win big if he has any hope of winning the election. If Trump’s strength with these voters continues, it will doom Biden and lead to a second Trump term.

In Florida, an NBC/Marist poll conducted earlier this month showed President Trump with 50 percent of the Hispanic vote to Biden’s 46 percent. In 2016, Clinton won 62 percent of Hispanics compared to 35 percent for Trump. Trump is also outperforming 2016 with black Floridians. The same poll shows him with 11 percent support compared to 8 percent in the last election. If those numbers hold, Florida is simply unwinnable for Biden.

Polling in other states tells a similar story. A poll of 750 likely voters conducted for the Center for American Greatness in Nevada by Rasmussen Reports shows Biden leading Trump by just a single point (49 percent to 48 percent). As in Florida, Trump is running strong with Hispanics, getting 47 percent support to Biden’s 49 percent.

For comparison, Trump got 29 percent of the Hispanic vote in 2016 to Hillary Clinton’s 60 percent. The poll also shows Trump with 41 percent of the black vote. Interestingly, he also ran stronger among bin Nevada in 2016 than he did nationally, so this is a continuation of that trend.

Black And Hispanic Voters Praying For 4 More Years – #BlacksForTrump, #HispanicsForTrump


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