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NEW POLL REVEALS Black Americans Telling Biden He’s DONE!

One of the things that people do not understand, especially when trying to discuss party politics, is that people understand who can make their lives better.


It doesn’t matter what race you are, everyone has the same basic problems. If you can solve those problems, then you stand a good chance of getting elected.

Black Americans have had issues with this, mostly from the Democratic Party trying to hold them down.

This should come as no surprise considering the United States government has used the black community as door mats for decades.  As a group black Americans vote overwhelmingly for Democrats, in recent history at least.  I can not think of another group, ethnic, religious or otherwise, that has voted with more unity for a party than blacks in America have for Democrats.

I would go as far as to ironically and sadly say that the only group that has rivaled their support for Democrats in American history were white slave owners.  Harsh … but likely true (this is a guess ‘fact checkers’, I don’t know if it’s true, but I would bet you lunch it is.)  Before we talk about the ‘war on poverty’ think about the fact that everything the US declares war on seems to prosper.





We had a war on drugs … there are drugs everywhere.  We had a war on terrorism … enter ISIS … how about we have a war on success, maybe something good will actually happen.  I guess I shouldn’t joke about such things, after all a ‘war on success’ would be a good name for the Democrats’ platform these days …

Wow, something is rocking the far left masterminds’ world.

During the civil rights movement, President Lyndon B. Johnson pushed for legislation in what he called our nations’ declaring of a War On Poverty.’

Via Wikipedia:

‘The War on Poverty is the unofficial name for legislation first introduced by United States President Lyndon B. Johnson during his State of the Union address on January 8, 1964. This legislation was proposed by Johnson in response to a national poverty rate of around nineteen percent. The speech led the United States Congress to pass the Economic Opportunity Act, which established the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) to administer the local application of federal funds targeted against poverty. The forty programs established by the Act were collectively aimed at eliminating poverty by improving living conditions for residents of low-income neighborhoods and by helping the poor access economic opportunities long denied them.’

After 50 years of absolute Democrat corruption and destruction, the black community is looking for a change.

The black community has re-elected the same failing politicians, who promised to get their communities their share of the 16 trillion dollars which has been allocated to help fight poverty.

The problem is the funds were misused, enriching the politicians’ pockets, and never made it down to the local levels. Instead, government programs were funded sending welfare payments and food stamps to those struggling generationally.




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