Biden Losing Support from Minorities

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Democrats have historically relied on support from minorities in order to take them across the finish line during various elections. Over time, Democrats grew to take minority voters for granted and view themselves as entitled to these votes.

The entitlement is what leads Democrats like Joe Biden to tell African-American voters that they “ain’t black” if they are not sure about supporting him and opposing President Trump. This quip, along with other statements Biden makes (“poor kids are just as bright as white kids”) has come back to haunt him in the 2020 presidential election.
According to new information from Breitbart News, Biden is desperately struggling to win votes from minorities…and in battleground states too, an area where he is most in need of these votes.

Losing Support and Votes from Minorities

The leftist mainstream media would like Americans to believe that minorities are lining up in droves to enthusiastically support and vote for Biden. However, the facts and documented evidence simply don’t bear this out.
In battleground states like Pennsylvania and Florida, 75% and 50% of African-Americans voters have yet to vote; meanwhile, in Arizona, 66% of Latino voters have not submitted a ballot. In Florida, all the data has shown that Republicans voters are significantly beating out Democrats in the early voting arena.
Many Biden allies have clearly articulated their concerns about what these numbers mean for the former vice president’s campaign. It’s also quite telling, especially considering the extent to which Biden, and surrogates like Kamala Harris and Barack Obama, have campaigned in these battleground states.

A Surge in Minority Support for Trump

As Biden struggles to win the votes of minorities, the president appears to be getting a surge in support from minorities.
Following the final presidential debate, polls actually showed an increase in minority approval of Trump. Furthermore, rappers like Lil Wayne and Lil Pump have come out with endorsements of Trump’s campaign, fiscal policies, and willingness to get the job done.

Entertainer and movie star Ice Cube also spoke well of the Trump campaign, noting their willingness to work with him on policies to aid Black Americans; earlier this month, Ice Cube met with Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser.
Many Americans have cringed and shaken their heads at Biden’s tone, policies, and rhetoric throughout this 2020 presidential election. Now, it all appears to be coming back to bite him.
Do you believe minorities are turned off by Joe Biden’s policies and rhetoric? We look forward to your opinions in the comments section below!