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Trump, Kennedy, and Biden. The Black vote.

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Trump, Kennedy, and Biden. The Black vote.

By Tom Tillison

Fox News host Jesse Watters stated the obvious on Monday’s edition of “The Five,” which is that Donald Trump “is not winning the black vote.”

The popular show’s quintet was discussing Robert F. Kennedy Jr. potentially being a spoiler candidate by running as an independent when Watters opined on who would be hurt more.

“It hurts Biden more than it hurts Trump,” he said. “I looked at some videos for the RFK rallies. You will not see Trump-looking voters at RFK rallies. It is college students and Black Americans. OK? That’s not what I’d consider the Trump base, OK?”

Cohost Jessica Tarlov, the token liberal at the table, chimed in: “At least you’re admitting now that black people don’t like Donald Trump.”

“I’m talking demographically, Jessica. Or did that go over your head?” Watters countered. “Trust me, they don’t vote for Trump, they vote for Democrats.”

“I thought they voted for Trump in bigger numbers than any prior candidate. He keeps banking on the fact that he’ll get more and more black voters,” cohost Martha MacCallum interjected.

“Trump is not winning the black vote!” Watters insisted. “He’ll do better than last time. But when you see a crowd of black people and a crowd of college students, you do not say, ‘That is a Trump rally!’ I mean, come on, people! Are we stupid here? Are we Jamaal Bowman here? What’s going on?”

(U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman is the Democratic lawmaker from New York who claimed he pulled a fire alarm because he thought it would open a locked door.)

Watters proceeded to paint a hypothetical involving northeastern voters.

“Let’s just say New Hampshire — critical vote electorally. You see Trump’s name, you see Biden’s name and you see Kennedy,” he explained. “Kennedy is synonymous with Democrat. Everybody in New Hampshire used to live in Massachusetts. They’re all Boston transplants. This guy has Boston coming out of his pores.”

“Who has a firmer grip on their base? Joe Biden or Donald Trump? Donald Trump does. Donald Trump absolutely does,” Watters continued. “Have you ever met a Trump voter that’s like, ‘You know what, I’m really considering voting for Kennedy, an environmental lawyer, who, if you go on his website, wants to stop mining, logging, and oil exploration. If you go on his website, RFK Jr., who I like, also wants government-run daycare. He is pro-choice! I’m not saying Trump people wouldn’t consider voting for him. I’m saying, overwhelmingly, this pulls from Biden.”

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Just putting this out there. The Last Kennedy Democrat

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Just putting this out there. The Last Kennedy Democrat.

In a sane world, RFK Jr would make a quality candidate for a political party. Today, however, we live in Clown World, in which RFK Jr might very well be the last Kennedy Democrat alive.
Robert F Kennedy Jr gave a well-reviewed two hour speech last night when he announced his entry into the presidential race.

Here are the seven main points from the RFK Jr speech.

  1. Ending the corrupt merger of corporations and the state

This trouble some system is what the feudalists and oligarchs at the World Economic Forum and BlackRock refer to as “public-private partnerships” or the paradoxically named “stakeholder capitalism.

  1. Opposing lockdowns under any circumstances

RFK Jr emphasized that in no way can we let Public Health psychopaths run society again.

  1. Giving former President Donald Trump a fair shake on his record for each issue, but holding him accountable for his decision to give too much political power to Government Health bureaucrats

Trump is unfairly demonized by the corporate media, but there are issues like empowering the maniacal Fauci-Birx clan that deserve further scrutiny.

  1. Supporting free market capitalism and limited government

This especially pays homage to JFK, a renowned president among American society and an ardent capitalist and supporter of classical liberalism,

  1. Conquering children’s illnesses

RFK Jr’s thesis is that too many vaccines are causing childhood illnesses, though he didn’t mention this directly in his speech.

  1. Bringing the troops home

This plays well to the very real perception of an overstretched, damaged empire, deeply wounded by the extensive war footing of the post 9/11 foreign policy regime.

  1. Openly discussing the merits of war

Distances himself from the war-happy Uniparty in Washington, D.C.

Similar themes to the presidency of his uncle, whose clear-headed analysis in the face of the military industrial regime’s ultra aggressive demands may have saved the world from nuclear annihilation.

Unfortunately, RFK Jr might be the last Kennedy Democrat alive

I’m sure that there are many who really enjoyed this speech and support RFK Jr’s bold platform. Jeffrey Tucker of the Brownstone Institute, who was in attendance, wrote a great review for the Epoch Times.

Unfortunately for RFK Jr, however, he’s running for the nomination of a party that is freakishly opposed to every single one of his staple items.

The modern Democrat Party is the party of Keynesian economics, transgenderism, Big Pharma obsequiousness, slavish devotion to expanding government bureaucracy, and endless war. It is an absolute statist freak show on every level. It’s not that the GOP is much better. But for a guy in 2023 to run as a democrat on a classical liberal, free market platform is quite something.

I very much admire RFK Jr, his charitable work, and his seminal book, The Real Anthony Fauci. He also seems like a total mensch, according to the people who have interacted with him.

In a sane world, RFK Jr would make a quality candidate for a political party. Today, however, we live in Clown World, in which RFK Jr might very well be the last Kennedy Democrat alive.


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