President Trump: Better for Blacks Than 100 Obamas

Barack Obama was touted to be the post-racial president. In fact, he was elected in part because guilty white Leftists thought his presidency would calm down the animals known as black Leftists.

The ploy didn’t work. So now Donald Trump will undoubtedly become the post-racial president. More on this in a bit.

As for Obama, he turned out to be as post-racial as Bull Connor. And he used Connoresque tactics against white people.

Moreover, Obama had lots of help.

White people who got him elected had slept with the devil and now they found themselves pregnant with little Lucifer. From the “knock out” game to Black Lives Matter, white Leftist enablers were compelled to live with their little demon mulatto bastard of “reverse racism.”

Leftists ignored atrocities by black America on society, as if driving by church parking lot. Black Leftists wreaked havoc on the nation, but they mostly wreaked havoc on themselves.

As my good friend Mason Weaver pointed out on Tucker Carlson’s show, anywhere there is black leadership, there is abject poverty.

Shameless Leftists ignore the outcomes.

If they had shame, they would be embarrassed about what they’ve done in the black community. Yet they trot out civil rights relics like John Lewis in defiance.

The only thing Obama wrecked worse than the Democratic Party that lost over 1000 offices to Republicans is the black community.

The Atlantic reported what many blacks thought would happen in Obama’s second term:

Wanting more is why so many blacks, from the barbershops and street corners to the think tanks and highest levels of academe, are investing so much in the belief that Obama has been liberated by his reelection to become more of a champion for his community. “That’s what African Americans out in the world believe,” said Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Mo., former chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. “I can’t tell you how often I heard that, particularly during the campaign.” Cleaver said he still keeps hearing, “In the second term, we’re going to get the ‘real’ Barack Obama, and by ‘real,’ they mean that, I guess, he’s going to show up in a dashiki.”

Asked what Obama had done for black people a while back, Obama’s Chief of Staff Valerie Jarett shocked people with her response. DeWayne Wickham, a writer for USA Today, reported on Jarrett’s comments at the event.

“To do this, Obama supporters need to unabashedly trumpet what the president has done for blacks – such as increased funding for education, universal health care and a sharp reduction in the sentencing disparity for possession of crack cocaine instead of powder, all things that Jarrett said have disproportionately benefited them.”

So how about that stellar education for blacks?

I reported on the drop in enrollment for Republican-founded Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

Albany State University’s enrollment has dropped 25 percent since its peak in 2011. Darton State’s student body this fall was 44.7 percent black, 48.5 percent white and 3.3 percent Hispanic or Latino. Its enrollment also has dropped in recent years, down 14 percent since 2012.

Strike one.

Then Jarrett discussed ObamaCare. This legislation was meant to be reparations in the form of insurance for blacks. White caught on to it, thus it will die soon.

Strike two.

Finally Jarrett reminded blacks that Obama did them a favor with crack. Now it has the same punishment as the “white” form of the drug, powder cocaine.

crack-cocaineCrack and cocaine became, “separate but equal” in 2012. Just like 1950’s water fountains.

Strike three. You know what happens with the third strike, Bill Clinton!

The Atlantic article details some of Obama’s real accomplishments,

That hope springs from the reality of daily life for many African Americans. The Great Recession may be over for the country as a whole, but they aren’t feeling the recovery. Black unemployment remains double that for whites. The median income gap between white and black households has hit a record high. Blacks have half the access to health care as whites. The gap in homeownership is wider today than it was in 1990. African Americans are twice as likely as whites to have suffered foreclosure.

The list goes on: Net wealth for black families dropped by 27.1 percent during the recession. One in 15 African-American men is incarcerated, compared with one in 106 white men. Blacks make up 38 percent of inmates in state and federal prisons. Although only 13.8 percent of the U.S. population, African Americans represent 27 percent of those living below the poverty line.

Donald Trump will improve every single one of these areas. When the Trump presidency ends, whether one term or two, Trump will have practically revolutionized black people in America.

Lucky for Trump, the bar hangs low. But this won’t matter to Trump. He will still aim high. He will approach his task to help blacks as if he’s attempting a new high jump record. And don’t be surprised if he achieves it.

Unlike Obama and many other kick the race can down the road presidents, Trump will make this a priority. And it will be successful.

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