Monday, November 5, 2018


I have been branded a self-hating black, Nazi-sympathizer and rather astonishingly — a white supremacist. The underlying sentiments are clear; black people are meant to think and act within the confines of what white liberals deem acceptable. But while in the past the threat of slander has worked to lag the spreading of black conservatism, over this last year, I have observed something of the opposite effect.

In fact, what many have misdiagnosed as political tension between two ideologically disparate groups is actually something far greater, far more deep-rooted, and much more likely to alter the trajectory of this country as we know it. Across America, black people are beginning to question political orthodoxy. We have been quietly building an ecosystem of free thinkers and at long last, the intellectual dam is breaking. This unique moment will come to be known as BLEXIT: the black exit from the Democrat party. (Read more.)

From Breitbart:
“We never saw 40 percent before,” said Ted Carroll, of Rasmussen’s parent company Noson Lawen Partners. The monthly average of black voter support is much lower — typically in the 20s range, but that too has been rising over time. During Trump’s first year in office, it averaged about 21 percent. So far, during his second year, it has ticked up to 24 percent. The monthly average low was 18 percent in July 2017, and the monthly average high has been 27 percent in June and August 2018. Carroll said Rasmussen does not speculate what is driving the higher black voter approval of Trump, but said if he had to guess, it would be the economy. “I would think that black voters are highly rational and the economy is a key factor, the unemployment rate a key factor — everybody’s working.” (Read more.) 
From Chicks on the Right:
For decades, the black community has been in an emotionally abusive relationship with the Democrat Party. Our fidelity to leftist politicians coupled with our false belief that a larger government might facilitate solutions, has led to the overall collapse of our families, neighborhoods, and incidentally, our futures. BLEXIT is a national movement of minorities that have awakened to the truth. It is for those who have taken an objective look at our decades-long allegiance to the left and asked ourselves “what do we have to show for it?” The media has betrayed our focus. They have learned the value of our untethered emotionality and have chosen to emphasize certain topics in an effort to suspend our rational thinking. This is why in 2016, the 16 unarmed black men shot and killed by police officers took headline-precedent over the approximate 330,000 black babies aborted each year. This is why the topic of illegal alien children being separated at the border earned excessive coverage, while the 70% black single motherhood rate — a tragedy encouraged by our government welfare programs — is ignored. The investment into our permanent state of outrage is opportune; it inspires a predictable outcome at the polls. (Read more.) 
From the Conservative Review:
On Friday, President Trump used his executive powers to designate the very first national monument of his presidency: a 380-acre site in Nicholasville, Ky. honoring black soldiers and refugees during the Civil War called Camp Nelson. Yes, you read that right. Donald Trump’s first national monument honors black soldiers of the Civil War. “Today, the site is one of the best-preserved landscapes and archeological sites associated with United States Colored Troops recruitment and the refugee experiences of African American slaves seeking freedom during the Civil War,” reads the proclamationCamp Nelson began as a supply depot and hospital for the Union Army, and there, once the ban on black men serving in the Union Army was lifted, 10,000 former slaves enlisted. 
Of course, the media completely buried the story while instead obsessing over the hypothetical use of executive powers by the Trump administration to end birthright citizenship for illegal immigrants. What’s more important? An imaginary executive order or an actual executive order that honors the great African-American men who fought to preserve the Union? Of course, it does very little to further the Left’s plotline of the scary “neo-Nazi Trump administration,” so instead, the media didn’t put a single glimmer of light on this story. 
Kate Kelly, director of public lands for the far-left advocacy group Center for American Progress, questioned the timing: “Given this announcement comes mere days before a tight election in Kentucky, we must also question whether the historic site is being used as a political pawn.” 
The Left continually disregards overt pro-minority actions from this administration in order to give credence to conspiratorial wink-wink, nod-nod signals that are supposedly being made to white supremacists. But the president’s record is clear, and this is yet another example of something the media is intentionally ignoring because it is driven by the trumped-up “Trump is racist!” narrative. (Read more.) 

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