WASHINGTON, November 16, 2016 – Numbers do not lie. Donald Trump is now president-elect in large part based upon a startling departure by black voters from democrat’s plantation politics. The blue wall which was largely built upon the political loyalty of several generations of African American voters crumbled because black voters either stayed home or voted for Trump.
The future strength of the newly elected president in the black community will be based upon his sweeping ten-point vision for destroying the victimhood paralysis that was created by liberal and democrat policies dating back to President Lyndon Johnson.
Trump not only heard what black leaders from Detroit, Cleveland, Charlotte, Chicago and other urban areas were saying, but he promised that he, unlike the liberals would emancipate them from fifty years of reliance on governmental economic strangulation.
Imagine what a young black voter had to be thinking as he or she watched his parents and grandparents attempt to justify a loyalty to the Clinton “brand” of political shackles. They could see that their streets were not safer, jobs and futures were circling the drain and their religious beliefs had become a joke that was openly mocked by Hillary and liberals.
Sanity dictated that the only option left for this young black voter was to break the cycle of misery, poverty, marginalization and plantation political imprisonment and vote their conscience by voting Trump.
The president-elect understood this need that was buried in the heart and spirit of these young minority voters and simply asked them individually and collectively in churches, meetings and visits to black neighborhoods: “What do you have to lose?”
As it turns out there was power in those six words. What did these young voters have to lose when they cast their ballot on Election Day? Why should they be shamed into not voting for economic, educational and political freedom as well as safe and secure neighborhoods?
The historical ties that bound these black voters in the 21st century to liberals and to a former Secretary of State who claimed in an obvious racially pandering statement that she carried hot sauce in her purse, became self-evident to black voters. Her mocking laughter in the radio interview did not sit well with black listeners. Many would remember that on Election Day.
According to Pew Research Center, blacks and Hispanics turned out for Trump in higher numbers than they did for Romney in 2012. The minority voter wall melted, as Hillary only maintained an 80-point advantage among blacks (88% to 8%) compared with Obama’s 87-point edge four years earlier (93% to 6%).
In 2008, Obama had a 91-point advantage among blacks.
The ironclad promise that President-Elect Trump made, when implemented resurrects the pride, self-initiative and vitality of the black family as well as urban community. The goals are measurable and the ‘New Deal’ can begin implementation on January 20, 2017, day one of his administration.
The “New Deal’ includes new infrastructure investment, school choice, business tax cuts, ending illegal immigration, protecting religious liberty by promoting strong families, and supporting the African-American church. Black children will finally be able to live in newly restored communities and attend schools that pursue educational quality. They will be able to openly worship the strong pro-life values which have been a bedrock principle in the black community dating back 150 plus years, without fear of liberal marginalization of their deeply held Biblical beliefs.
There is much to do in the coming weeks and years of the President Trump administration but one thing is certain. The liberal democrat political lies of the past which have been used as the chain that bound black voters to democrats will become a bitter memory, especially as young African American voters and their families benefit from the reality of Trump’s “New Deal” for black America.
This is a new day and a new deal for Black America as the American Dream is restored.