BREAKING: Black Support to Trump SURGES to Over 40% After George Floyd Protests

BREAKING: Black Support to Trump SURGES to Over 40% After George Floyd Protests


Despite protests and riots over police brutality, President Trump has experienced a surge in support from black voters.

Today, Trump's approval among likely black voters is over 40%. 

That is not a typo: FORTY-PERCENT.

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This has got to HURT Democrats and their friends in the media.

The numbers come from Rasmussen Reports, one of the most reliable polling organizations in the country.

Compare this to August of last year, where Trump's support among black voters was at 46%.

Could this be why Democratic leaders and media propogandists are so eager to turn these riots into a referendum on Trump?

Everywhere you look, the media is attempting to criticize Trump's response.

Yet, Trump has made huge gains in a voting block that typically votes Democrat.

This is HUGE!

More details on the polling data below:

More and more black voters are joining the #WalkAway movement, where they walk away from the Democratic plantation.

Commentator Candace Owens shared a video of a young voter explaining why he's leaving the Democratic party to vote for Trump:

If you dout Rasmussen Reports' credibility, you should see their predictions for this past Super Tuesday.

They were the closest polling to the actual results.

But they are banned from being mentioned on-air on virtually every major cable network including CNN, MSNBC, and yes, even Fox News.

Though Rasmussen hasn't released the official polling results to the public, the teaser was enough to get the attention of Rush Limbaugh.

On his radio program, Rush Limbaugh provided expert analysis on the numbers:

I’ve had this story, I’ve had this since the program began, and I’m confused. I don’t see how this can be true. I’m very wary of telling you this. But here we go. Rasmussen Reports, the survey people, the polling people, have reported that black voter approval for Trump has surged to over 40%.

Say, what?

Despite the recent riots over police brutality, Rasmussen says that black approval for the job President Trump is doing is now over 40%. Our Daily Presidential Tracking Poll today shows black likely voter approval of the job Trump is doing is now over 40%. This goes back to about 11 o’clock this morning. I saw it about noon. I said, “This can’t be true.” I said, “It’s gotta be a spoof. It’s gotta be a phishing attack. It’s gotta be something. You talk about something that does not jibe with what we’ve been seeing in the Drive-By Media.”

The stuff in the Drive-By Media, you would think that every African-American alive today doesn’t just disapprove of Trump. They despise the guy. Now we’ve got a polling company saying 40% of likely African-American voters approve of the job Trump is doing.

Could this be the reason that the media is trying to make everything about race?

The reality is that if Trump wins just a few percentage points more of the black vote, he will easily defeat Joe Biden.

Furthermore, if just 5-10 percent of black voters become Republican, then Democrats will lose presidential elections for an entire generation.

Black voters have overwhelmingly voted for Democrats, but perhaps the left wing has begun to take their monopoly on likely black voters for granted.

Trump realizes that increasining or maintaining support among black voters is critical to winning re-election.

CBS News reports on how the Trump campaign intends to engage with black voters:

President Trump hosted back-to-back meetings with top political advisers Thursday on the heels of sobering poll numbers among African American voters. He requested the meeting last weekend as demonstrations broke out across the country following the death of George Floyd, an African-American man who died in Minneapolis police custody last week.

Campaign officials including campaign manager Brad Parscale, RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien and Trump campaign pollsters pulled up to the White House in multiple black SUVs. According to multiple senior officials from the White House and Trump campaign, the president poured over internal poll numbers, campaign strategy and messaging in a smaller meeting in the Oval Office before making his way to the Cabinet Room, where he led an hour-long conversation with over a dozen members of top campaign and administration brass. The president appeared engaged and in "high spirits," according to multiple officials in attendance.

The commander-in-chief pressed campaign officials about his team of surrogates — he wanted to know, who is carrying his campaign's message?

Mr. Trump engaged two of those surrogates at length – campaign senior adviser Katrina Pierson and RNC senior adviser of black media affairs Paris Dennard about his campaign's efforts to attract black voters. Pierson told the president there was a four-figure uptick in engagement with black voters after Joe Biden's controversial "You ain't black" comment in an interview with radio host Charlamagne Tha God on "The Breakfast Club."

This week, the president has pitched himself twice to black voters via Twitter, touting his administration's funding of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and low unemployment numbers among the African-American community prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. "I've done much more for our Black population than Joe Biden has done in 43 years," the president wrote Wednesday.

Since launching his re-election bid, the Trump campaign has touted efforts to attract black voters, hosting weekly "Black Voices for Trump" video streams, planting campaign storefronts in predominantly black neighborhoods, and spending $10 million on a Super Bowl ad featuring Alice Johnson – a black criminal justice advocate and former federal prisoner commuted by the Trump administration. Campaign advisers touted "woke" Trump branded tees modeled by African-American staff members.

Joe Biden will likely continue to make gaffes similar to his "you ain't black" comment. 

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Plus, if Biden picks Kamala Harris as his running mate, then the Trump campaign will have endless footage of Harris attacking Biden during the primaries for his criminal reform policies.

Many minorities who support Trump stay quiet about their support.

They don't want to be attacked or viciously name-called for simply supporting a president who puts America first.

Perhaps MAGA country will deliver liberals another unexpected surprise on election day thanks to the help of black voters!


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