Tucker Carlson an Candace Owens tackle a touchy issue in this report about black people allegedly leaving the White Hopuse en-masse. Why and how could this happen? Aren’t the Democrats in power? Perhaps what is going on in the country is actually a very surprising phenomenon. The Black vote, despite of and perhaps because of the Black Lives Matter, has spurred a boomerang effect of more support for Republicans. Could this be the case? We will see in the 2022 mid-term elections.
In the elections of 2016 and 2020, Donald Trump performed better than Mitt Romney on many levels. But perhaps the most surprising angle was that Trump beat Romney in terms of the Black vote. It is probably true that Romney was not the right kind of Republican to cater to the Black vote, but neither was Trump.
What may very well have been a greater issue than people realize is the magnitude and aggressiveness of the Black Lives Matter movement. The anti-police and anti-white movement definitely garnered much grassroots support, but it also scared the living daylights out of many people – including many Black people.
Perhaps the most important slice of the vote in 2022 that should be analyzed is the Latino vote. But the Black vote is enormous and spreads across the entire country. Biden seems to be losing on this front also.