African-American Female Opinions On Trump Are Defying Left-Wing Narratives

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(Tea Party PAC) – The Democrats put way too much stock in identity politics. There’s only so many people who will continue to believe they’re a victim and need to be treated as such when the other guy is producing real-life benefits for all working Americans.

As has long been the habit of the Democrats and the mainstream media, they have relied heavily on branding Trump as a racist as a means to combat his political agenda.

And, in what can only be described as utterly insane, as his popularity grew despite the old tired charge of racism, they just doubled, tripled, quadrupled down on the claim to the point that he is constantly compared to Hitler.

So much so that Joe Biden launched his campaign for the Democratic nomination in 2020 by repeating the oft-refuted lie that Trump defends neo-Nazis and the KKK after the Charlottesville protests.

If you think they liberal media and the Democrats are loud now with their slanderous accusations of racism, just wait.

They’re only going to ramp it up.

However, reality stands in stark contrast to the lies pushed by these propagandists.

The President’s approval rating among black women, according to a new Voter Labs poll, is defying all narratives.

From a recent Medium piece, “A Surprising Level of Support for Trump:”

Interestingly, 29% of respondents had a favorable or neutral opinion of Donald Trump. Of those polled 16% responded that they “really like him” or “he’s okay”, with an additional almost 13% unsure or undecided, a much different picture than the one portrayed in most media.

“Trump’s numbers with black Democratic women show that his populist message still resonates with many. Given that Sanders also has a heavily populist message, and is currently enjoying strong support in this community, Trump’s numbers shouldn’t be that surprising.

“It’s also important to remember that Hillary Clinton badly underperformed with this group in 2016. Turnout among black Democratic women dropped from around 68% in 2008 and 70% in 2012, to about 64% in 2016.

“I think the takeaway here is that, to avoid a repeat of 2016, an emotionally resonant populist appeal, delivered in a way voters deem authentic, will be key to turning out this crucial Democratic constituency.“ said Walter Kawecki, the firm’s founder and CEO.