Written by August 5, 2020
URL of the originating web site: https://redrightdaily.com/video-dems-worst-nightmare-just-rallied-in-los-angeles-this-wasnt-a-stunt-theres-data-to-back-this-up/
Over the weekend, some members fo the black community Los Angeles took a risk at being attacked and vilified. They rallied to show their support for President Trump and law enforcement as they marched through the streets of LA carrying huge Trump 2020 flags.
One leader posted, “Amidst the scorn, and despite being called c**ns and Uncle Tom’s, a few of us black Trump supporters took to the front to head a collective march thru the streets of Los Angeles, as we all showed support for America, Trump, and our police.” He also added the hashtag #BLACKLIVESMAGA.
In the video you’ll hear one of the leaders attack “O Magazine” which is owned and operated by Oprah Winfrey. “No cover on O Magazine. Not what? No good? No cover on O Magazine?” he said. “The 10-month old that died over on Monday? No cover on O Magazine. You’ve got an eleven-year-old, a five-year-old in his own crib, no cover on O Magazine?”
He was commenting on the black children in the area that have died due to spike in violence sweeping across the country.
There is also some remarkable data showing that younger black Americans have a more favorable view of President Trump than their parent and grandparents.
John Solomons Just The News reported:
UCLA data collected just prior to the protests about the death of African-American George Floyd show younger black Americans have been holding more favorable views of President Trump than their parents and grandparents. The data collected from April 2-May 13 by the Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape project, an initiative that conducted weekly surveys of thousands of potential voters for nearly a year, found that 29% of percent of black voters ages 30-44 and 21% ages 18-29 have a “very favorable” or “somewhat favorable” view of President Trump. This compares to just 14% of black voters 45-64 and 9% of those 65 and older.
This makes sense. Younger black Americans have seen their parents struggle in Democrat-run cities and are fed up.