GOP base expands under President Trump
The perpetually scowling Leo Terrell, a self-identified life-long Democrat, recently switched parties in order to vote for President Trump, and is scowling no more. The civil rights lawyer has not only seen the light, but affirmed he is actively recruiting other Democrats as Trump supporters.
Frequently taking the antagonist role as a Fox News contributor Terrell now says the Democrat party “has left him” and for the first time in his life he’ll “be voting for a Republican for president…Donald Trump!”
Terrell predicts that not only will President Trump be reelected, he will do so with the highest number of the black vote, for a Republican, in modern day history.
President Donald Trump’s approval with black voters rose nine points during the Republican National Convention, according to a Hill-HarrisX poll.
Ten percent of black and Hispanic voters changed their support from former Vice President Joe Biden to President Trump over a two-month period, according to a CNN poll published on August 16.
Following the inclusive and energizing Republican National Convention, the race between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden has tightened even more. A new Yahoo New-YouGov poll, shows Biden’s lead shrinking to six points — his smallest margin in nearly two months. The more he talks, the greater his loss will be. Others who previously said they would not vote are now saying they will vote for Trump.
The old adage, “polls don’t matter, votes do,” is one we adhere to, since the majority are surveys are conducted by left leaning organizations, but the spiking Trump trend among minorities demonstrates that groups which were reliably counted on, though never courted, are no longer a dependable bloc for the Democrats. Prior to the life-altering pandemic which invaded our country via China in March, employment and wages reached historic highs under the able leadership of businessman Donald Trump, benefiting all Americans. We’ll see the return of those heights as America continues to recover.