WASHINGTON, October 29, 2014 – TV, the airwaves and the Internet are facing a tsunami of political ads as next week’s crucial midterm elections approach. The bulk of the ads we’re seeing are what we’ve come to expect: Attacks, mostly scurrilous, meant to smear an opponent into defeat. Informational commercials are few and far between.
One interesting development, however, is the increase in the number of commercials featuring disaffected black voters. It appears that an ever larger number of them are finally catching on to the Democrats’ decades-long gain.
Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reports
Chicago activists Paul McKinley, Mark Carter, Joseph Watkins and Harold ‘Noonie’ Ward recently went on the record with RebelPundit to deliver a message to black communities across the country.
Paul McKinley starts off the video with this:
‘Black folks are in an abusive black leadership relationship.’
The activists added:
‘My life has been hurt by Democrats’…
‘It is because of you, Mr President’…
“Who are the real oppressors in your community?”
‘Why should they even go out to vote?’
‘Most of the people are homeless and living on the street. And it’s because of you, Mr. President.’
Joseph Watkins explained:
‘Democrats have not done anything for us as of yet. Why should they go out and vote? What agenda on the table is going to change their life?’
Mark Carter went off on the Democrats’ plan to raise the minimum wage:
‘Now he wants to have the conversation about the minimum wage because he knows this is how you get the poor people’s attention. But, to hell with his minimum wage raise. We don’t have any jobs!’
It’s all pretty devastating stuff. Check out the video below and judge for yourself.Click here for reuse options!
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