- Why did CNN specifically broadcast the Congressional Black Caucus dinner in Washington DC yesterday?
- Why did President Obama and Hillary Clinton make the decision to attack Donald Trump at this dinner?
- Why did Hillary Clinton’s campaign make a specific decision to resurrect the worn out Obama birtherism narrative?
- Why did Pastor Faith Timmons plan to ambush candidate Donald Trump during a speech in Flint Michigan?
The reason for those and many more obvious racial political strategies can be found within the following report: “Black voters are turning from Clinton to Trump in new poll”
[…] Donald Trump is gaining support among African-American voters — whose enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton is eroding, a tracking poll released Saturday revealed.
Trump saw a 16.5 percentage-point increase in backing from African-American voters in a Los Angeles Times/University of Southern California tracking poll, up from 3.1 percent on Sept. 10 to 19.6 percent through Friday.
Meanwhile, the same poll showed Clinton’s support among that group plummeting from 90.4 percent on Sept. 10 to 71.4 percent.
Clinton’s nearly 20-point crash began Sunday, said Dan Schnur of USC. Sunday was the day Clinton was recorded collapsing while entering a Secret Service van at a 9/11 event. (read more)
However, the pollsters are wrong.
The inflection point was NOT Hillary Clinton’s physical collapse on September 11th in New York. The specific inflection point was days earlier, in Kansas City, at the National Baptist convention. The media tried to hide the reality of that moment, but the optics were so brutally transparent they could not be hidden.
It was that failed Thursday September 8th key-note address that stunned the Clinton campaign with the lack of support from the gathered African American national delegation. The reality unavoidable:
More than any preceding event, the Kansas City campaign failure encapsulated the scope of non-support. There were over 20,000 attendees in Kansas City for the four day convention; Hillary was delivering the key-note address; less than 3,000 turned out in the convention hall to hear her speak:
Everything from that moment forward, including the desperate use of the “deplorables” speech, and the media recording the remarks the following evening, has been a campaign strategy to try and paint Donald Trump, and by extension his supporters, as racists and bigots.
All of the current Clinton campaign efforts, including all the efforts of her supporters in the main stream media, are targeted to recapture a stunning loss in the minority voting bloc she desperately needs if she is to have any chance at winning the election.
Toward that end, the Clinton campaign will use every trick in their collective tool box in an attempt to isolate black Trump supporters and create racial peer pressure upon them; in what will be a vicious effort to stop Trump’s minority momentum.
However, so far Clinton’s efforts have failed to have an impact. But that only means the next phase will be stronger, more vitriolic and more hateful than ever before.
The campaign is now dependent on President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama’s collective influence to assist this urgent demand.
They are, simply, in crisis mode.