How is ‘Racist’ Trump GAINING Support of the Black Community?

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Polls are showing that President Trump’s support from the Black community has doubled since the election. However, in Obama’s first term, he lost support from the same group. So how is that happening, if so many people seem to believe Trump is a racist?

There is a psychological phenomenon called “The Illusory Truth Effect” that is being intentionally used against the American people on a daily basis. It has been proven that if you hear a lie repeated over and over again, over time, you will begin to believe it. People who have shaky beliefs in the first place are much more vulnerable to the phenomenon. Unfortunately, most Americans are not paying as close attention to facts as you might be, leaving a field ripe for the pickings of the MSM, if they can get them to watch.

The MSM consistently uses the phenomenon to shape what you think, no matter how false the information is. Right now, the MSM is practically chanting that “Trump is a racist” in most news outlets. If you are like a lot of conservatives and watch Fox News, you may not see it, but I recently watched a week of only CNN and my eyes were opened. The coverage definitely seemed aimed at brainwashing people into believing the worst about Trump. It was sickeningly obvious to me. As a conservative with very strong beliefs, I wasn’t swayed, but I can absolutely see why other people are.

However, reality can be quite different. For people not tuning into the MSM often or following politics (much of America), opinions are based more on people’s reality. So as much as the MSM wants us to believe that Trump is a racist, the results of his policies and actions are proving anything but. The good news is, people are actually noticing!

H/T Conservative Tribune

If you listen to the mainstream media, there’s one truth about President Trump that anyone can take to bank: He is the most racist person in the racist history of the super-racist Republican Party.

The latest example of this alleged bigotry is the purported “s***hole countries” comment. Given how much space we’ve already dedicated to that particular tempest in a Washington teapot, the less said about it here the better.

The point is, however, that anything that could possibly be used to paint Trump as an unregenerate bigot gets days, if not weeks, of play in every possible outlet.

That revelation came from a Jan. 11 piece in The Atlantic, which was generally grim about the president’s polling prospects, at least when gleaned from from data collected by nonpartisan online-polling firm SurveyMonkey.

This is nothing particularly new for The Atlantic, whose pages once conclusively declaimed, “Donald Trump will not be the 45th president of the United States. Nor the 46th, nor any other number you might name. The chance of his winning nomination and election is exactly zero.” Poll numbers and accurate prognostication, it seems, do not necessarily go hand in hand, especially when you consider the demonization Trump has undergone and how the Bradley Effect works.

However, buried in yet another predictable “administration in chaos/freefall” narrative piece was an interesting nugget about Trump’s popularity with the African-American community — even if it wasn’t spun that way.

“Among African Americans and Hispanics, reactions to Trump depend more on gender than age or education,” the piece reads.

“In every age group, and at every level of education, about twice as many African American men as women gave Trump positive marks. In all, 23 percent of black men approved of Trump’s performance versus 11 percent of black women … Still, black men are one of the few groups for which Trump’s 2017 average approval rating significantly exceeds his 2016 vote share.”

Actually, given that exit polls in 2016 gave Trump 8 percent of the African-American vote, according to Breitbart, both likely show significant gains for the president. If you average the two numbers out, Trump’s approval rating among African-Americans is 17 percent, meaning that’s more than doubled from the 2016 exit polls.

And the SurveyMonkey poll wasn’t just an aberration, either. A CBS poll conducted between Jan. 10-12 found 14 percent support among African-Americans — not quite double, but close.

Meanwhile, what happened to Obama’s exit poll numbers among African-Americans over his first term in office? They fell 2 percent from 95 percent to 93 percent, according to the Roper Center at Cornell University.

Now, granted, Obama’s numbers likely had nowhere to go but down, given that the whole bloom on the messiah thing was off the electoral rose by 2012. However, given how often the racist label is slapped on the Trump White House by the media, you would also think his numbers would be down among African-Americans. So what gives?

One key factor could be jobs. As CNBC reported earlier this month, the black unemployment rate fell to 6.8 percent in December, the lowest number in the 45 years the statistic has been recorded. The fall is part of a general reduction in the unemployment rate, but it appears the African-American community is seeing some of the biggest gains in that department.

And that was part of the president’s pitch to the African-American community during the 2016 election cycle. In a January 2016 appearance on Fox News, Trump said that “African-American people in their prime – 30s and 40s and 50s — look at their unemployment rate. They want jobs. They are going to like me better than they like Obama. The truth is Obama has done nothing for them.”

However, one thing is clear: African-American voters aren’t buying the racism narrative the way the media might have hoped, no matter how hard it’s pushed. Dare we say that Trump might be creating a nascent movement of new black conservatives? Only time will tell. One thing’s for sure, though: This is one of the biggest slaps to Obama’s face since the events of Nov. 8, 2016.

The fact is, people who aren’t glued to Trump hating media are living their lives. They are seeing jobs come back, taxes decreased and paychecks increased. They are seeing a higher standard of living and are watching their retirement accounts climb.

These facts are telling the real story: Trump has had spectacular results in his first year, not only for the whole country, but the African American community as a whole.

Just as the MSM got the election so wrong last year, they are completely misrepresenting the reality of the lives of everyday Americans. The MSM is using the phenomenon called “The Illusory Truth Effect” intentionally against the Americans on a daily basis. Repeating lies like Trump is a racist, over and over again, over time, so Americans will begin to believe it.

Sure, the  MSM is believed by leftists who watch their news day after day, but they were already lost so who really cares? When it comes to everyday people, in real life, we know the things that really matter are jobs and paychecks. #MAGA

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