Donald Trump just made things even worse for himself with Black voters

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Donald Trump is not doing well with black voters. That doesn’t mean Trump won’t lie and say he IS doing well with this group of voters. He’ll say that (and has said that) because Donald Trump is a lying liar.

But he’s NOT doing well with this group, just like he’s not doing well with young voters. At the debate, Trump said something that was grossly racist, although in true quiet as a mouse form, Bash and Tapper sat silently by, unwilling to do any fact-checking.

Trump was ranting and raving like the lunatic he is when he made this stunning statement: He said that immigrants were coming and that they were “taking Black jobs now.” Excuse me? Pardon me? Racist alert! Allow me to point you toward an excellent article about this by Leslie Gray Streeter. Its title is “What’s a Black job? It’s not what Trump thinks.”

Streeter, writing about these racist comments, says: “What he actually said was that the jobs that undocumented immigrants take, often lower-paying, entry-level positions in industries like agriculture, construction, and the service industry are specifically and exclusively Black Jobs.”

Streeter says -=- and this writer agrees — that these comments actually show the malignant racism that’s always lurked in Trump. Trump likely got it from his dad; most Trump family members are unmistakably racist. I do wish the media would highlight these things a bit more. ONE media organization is. They are called Palmer Report.

This excellent article talks about something that could have easily gotten lost in the wind, and that something is the fact that Donald John Trump is a vile, ugly, uninformed, ignorant malignant racist, and EVERYONE needs to know that fact.

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