Leave it to the donkey party to act an ass and see an opportunity dangled before it and stupidly squander time debating whether or not an obvious winning strategy is worth pursuing.
During a Thursday victory rally in Hershey, Pa., President-elect Donald Trump called on a mostly white crowd to cheer for African Americans who were "smart" to listen to him and then "didn't come out to vote" for Hillary Clinton to become president, the Associated Press reports.
Shout out to all the woke young brothers who’ve stood up in response to the injustices we've seen too frequently these past years, like when the lives of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, Dontre Hamilton and Sandra Bland and too many tragic others were lost needlessly with callous impunity.
Apparently, the fate of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, if not the American republic, falls on the shoulders of African-American voters.
Frantically saving himself from the rat-a-tat of queries from skeptical black journalists at a rushed “off record” session at the GOP headquarters months ago, Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus dropped the only mic he could think of to shut up the crowd: “I used to work for the NAACP Legal Defense…
The narrative that black millennials aren’t enthusiastic about the 2016 election is false. We understand the power of voting. We know what’s at stake for black communities. We understand the magnitude of the election. We are not ignorant of our history of struggle against systemic oppression and institutional racism.…
Donald Trump is moving forward with his plans to reach out to African-American voters, making what the Detroit Free Press is calling his "first foray" into black churches by visiting the Great Faith Ministries Church in Detroit on Saturday.