Only 8 percent of black voters identify in some way with the Republican Party, according to a 2018 Pew Research Center survey. And in a recent AP-NORC poll, only 4 percent of black people said they think Trump’s actions have been good for African Americans. Young people, too—more than two-thirds of them, according to a recent Harvard IOP poll of 18- to 29-year-olds—overwhelmingly disapprove of the president. Which begs the question:
Why has the democrat party has some mind-numbing control over the Black American community?
“The media narrative is that African Americans don’t support the president,” said R.C. Maxwell, a 31-year-old Republican consultant. “We are happy to demonstrate that there is a larger African-American community that appreciates the job that the president has done.” Hundreds of young black conservatives arrived in Washington recently as a show of force to liberal America that African Americans can be conservative and support Trump—that the conservative movement is not just for old white men. Politico reported that attendees at the summit said they believe Trump has done more for black America than any other president. To them, accusations of racism against Trump stem from the media, not Trump’s own actions.
Is momentum on the side of Trump in 2020? Some experts on predicting historic numbers of black voters that could be swayed in the upcoming election. Ron Edwards, Columnist, Talk Show Host with a feature called ‘The Edwards Notebook’ that airs on America Out Loud Talk Radio, a strong black conservative voice will look at the current state of affairs in black America and what happens next…