The Blank-Out Campaign means not voting for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump The choice black voters face between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton leaves much to be desired. Trump’s recent overtures to African-Americans have raised, once again, questions about the relationship between black voters and the Democratic Party. “No group in America before a nearly all-white audience in Dimondale, Mich., “has been more harmed by Hillary Clinton’s policies than African Americans.” Noting the Democratic Party’s political dominance in black communities, Trump ask black Americans “What do you have to lose by trying something new like Trump?” Perhaps more than any other voting group in America, black Americans know there is a great deal to lose.Several polls have shown that only 1%to 2% plan to vote for Trump, an all-time low even for a Republican presidential candidate. In the recent poll, Only 7% say they will support him. Blacks recognize Trump’s bigotry and, by extension, the bigotry of the Republican Party. A poll found that an astonishing 87% of African Americans believe that Trump is a racist. His latest call for a national “stop and frisk” policy only solidifies that view.
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