A fundamental shift is seemingly underway across the American electorate.
Several key demographics Democrats have previously relied upon to propel them to election victories are slowly but surely becoming receptive to the America First movement.
And now this rapper’s take on how “the hood” views Donald Trump has Democrats turning over tables in anger.
“They thought he was racist . . .”
Of all the issues facing President Joe Biden’s re-election bid, none have the potential to sink his campaign quicker than his plummeting support amongst minority voters.
Back in July, the Monmouth University Polling Institute found that President Biden’s support amongst black, Hispanic, and Asian voters sat at roughly 63% nationally but has since plumented to just 47%.
That’s a far cry from the 2020 election, in which Biden garnered the support of over 70% of non-white voters, according to The New York Times.
But most troubling for Democrats is the fact that while the President’s support amongst minority voters is plummeting, former President Donald Trump’s support amongst the same group is on the rise.
Monmouth’s poll indicated that Trump’s support amongst minority voters has risen from just 23% in June to 33% today – a level of non-white support no Republican candidate has been able to garner in a Presidential race since 1976, according to Forbes.
And if one rapper’s recent comments about the level of support the former President has in “the hood” are any indication, this is just the beginning.
In a recent interview on comedian Theo Von’s This Past Weekend podcast, Von asked rapper Sexyy Red whether she thought “more people are going to support Trump now in the hood?”
Needless to say, she didn’t hold back as she praised the former President and explained that while the original perception was that Trump was “racist” or was “against women,” the black community’s feelings on Trump have certainly changed.
“I like Trump!” Red said. “Yeah, they support him in the hood. ‘Cause at first, I don’t think people was f**kin’ with him. Like, they thought he was racist, saying little shit, and, you know, against women. But once he starts getting black people out of jail and giving people their free money – oh baby, we love Trump. We need him back in office.”
All Americans want America put first
Red’s reference to “free money” was obviously in reference to the stimulus package and PPP loans instituted by Trump during the COVID pandemic and underscored the fact that working-class Americans from all walks of life see that the former President puts Americans first. At the same time, Biden continues to put America last.
“We need him back,” Red added. “Because, baby them checks. Ooh, yes, them stimulus checks. Trump, we miss you.”
The rapper went on to explain that she would previously watch videos of Trump’s interviews and debates for entertainment because he is “bold” and “funny,” and added that America needs more politicians who embody those characteristics.
“I love Trump, though,” Red explained. “He funny to me. Like, I used to watch his interviews – well, not interviews, like, him talking to people. He used to be calling people ‘fat.’ He’s just bold. He funny. Like, we need people like him.”
Of course, Sexyy Red isn’t the only pro-Trump rapper who has taken a public stand in support of the former President.
Even prior to his foray into politics, rappers would routinely shout out Trump in their songs, and rappers like Ice Cube, Lil Wayne, and Ye (the artist formerly known as Kanye West) all lined up to endorse his re-election campaign in 2020.
But since that 2020 election, as Democrats have unleashed numerous witch hunt indictments against him, even more rappers and black Americans have also voiced their support for Trump as they now see him as a victim of the same corrupt justice system that victimized their loved ones.
After the former President’s infamous mugshot was released, rappers like Kodak Black, Lil Pump, and Chief Keef all posted images of their own mugshots next to that of Trump’s on social media in a show of solidarity.
With so many black celebrities, and black voters in general, beginning to support Donald Trump openly, there’s no doubt that the Biden regime is in a panic.
But at the rate things are going, they may never be able to put the genie back in the bottle.
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