“Black Voters Matter” Militants Threaten “Consequences” Over Kamala

So much for democratic debate, no matter basic diplomacy.

Indeed, a rather large bloc of would-be Biden voters are becoming increasingly disenchanted by the Democrats.

Especially as the Democrat Party appears keen on considering other candidates, such as Governor Gruesome of California, as an alternative to Biden.

Needless to say, this particular bloc of voters is rather determined for any alternative to Biden to align with the ideology of DEI, no matter what.

A report from The Hill, ominously titled “Consequences and repercussions’: Post-debate Democratic infighting endangers Black support,” underscores the degree to which Black voters are becoming disgruntled by varied issues.

These issues include their increasingly unenthusiastic reception of Biden, coupled with anger at the Dems for considering anyone but a DEI candidate, apparently, thereby posing another major challenge to the beleaguered Democrats.

“Black Democrats are watching with alarm and frustration as the party devolves into infighting in the wake of President Biden’s lackluster debate performance last month.

Black voters make up a critical part of the coalition that sent Biden to the White House in 2020, and their support is essential should he stay in the race for another term,” The Hill noted.

Indeed. Which is why it’s rather odd that Biden has chosen to prioritize illegal migrants.

Or Biden’s handlers, anyway.

The article also quoted varied activists, such as Adrianne Shropshire, the executive director of BlackPAC, further underscoring the internecine turmoil among the left.

“People who watched the debate actually increased their level of support for Joe Biden and decreased their level of support for Donald Trump. It’s this post-debate narrative that is out of control … throwing fuel on the fire and actually creating a story that didn’t exist on debate night. Democrats need to get their people in order because it’s affecting what their actual base understands to be true,” Shropshire proclaimed.

With respect, the Dems appear to have long since checked out from the real needs of their “actual base.”

Especially as their “actual base” is growing from so-called “newcomers.”

“Both candidates showed up in the way that, frankly, voters have come to understand who they are. Joe Biden seemed old. Trump seemed like a liar. None of that is news to people,” Shropshire asserted, predictably failing to identify a single lie that Trump allegedly said during the debate.

Shropshire is also angry that growing numbers of black voters are turning towards Trump, which she views as an apparent abomination.

“There’s something really offensive and sinister about suggesting that a group of people who have longed for fairness and equality and against racism and discrimination and white supremacy in this country would go flocking to a man and a party – a man [who] started his first campaign in 2016 on racism,” Shropshire angrily declared.

Is that so?

There’s also something quite “offensive” and “sinister” about mandatory DEI initiatives, some of which may well be linked to the deadly disasters at Boeing, not to mention the rather sinister nature of unfettered illegal migration.

Cliff Albright, co-founder and executive director of Black Voters Matter, was also sure to chime in, albeit even more aggressively than Shropshire.

Amazingly, Albright actually threatened the Democrats with “consequences” if they dare to consider anyone other than cackling Kamala.

“Our expectation would be that the successor would be Kamala Harris. Black folks have not at all taken well to this Hunger Games-type approach to who the successor would be. If the party messes around and reads a process that skips over the obvious successor of Vice President Harris, there’s going to be consequences and repercussions in terms of Black turnout,” Albright brayed.

Bet the Dems are having major league buyer’s remorse on Kamala now, who was handpicked by Obama (in all likelihood) during the BLM madness of 2020.

That said, Albright clearly has the wrong views regarding the recent debate.

“Debates are not the end all. They only can be or will be if the response becomes all out of proportion, and that’s essentially what we’ve seen with this debate … the response has really been hyperbolic, and no debate is worthy of this level of hyper reaction,” Albright asserted.

Is that so? Perhaps “this level of hyper reaction” is quite necessary when accounting for the fact that the debate revealed the real state of Biden for years … illuminating years’ worth of lies from the media and Biden-biased doctors.

Frankly, it seems that the Democrats are better at torpedoing their own campaign than Trump’s.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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