From a left wing media so deep in the tank for democrats that they appear to be an arm of the DNC we hear reports of polls showing Joe Biden leading Donald Trump by 5-10 points.
Don’t believe it.
But there’s more.
People have had it. They’re tired. They’re weary of the violence in cities. Who’s being hurt the worst?
democrats have thrown them to the curb. They don’t give a damn about these people. democrats assume that inner city minorities will heel to and vote for them no matter what they do.
In the Englewood section of Chicago Black Lives Matter thugs began inciting a riot over what appeared to be a justified shooting. The mob got violent but residents weren’t having it
But just because the shooting that sparked the latest riot happened in Englewood, the neighbors aren’t having the mayhem on their own streets, WFLD reported.
“If you ain’t from Englewood, get the f–k out of here,” lifelong Englewood resident Darryl Smith told protesters on Wednesday.
Smith said he has lived in that area of Chicago for 51 years and he was furious that false claims on social media led to violent riots, WFLD reported.
“First time they heard something, he was 15. He got shot and a lady got shot. It goes to social media and you have to learn the facts, you have to have facts in this matter,” he said, sounding frustrated.
The Englewood native said he and other residents want Black Lives Matter and Good Kids Mad City protesters to stay out of their neighborhood, WFLD reported.
“A lot of people saying the looting downtown sparked from Englewood,” Smith said. “We’re not having that. It didn’t spark from Englewood. Those were opportunists.”
“We are tired of Englewood getting a black eye for any and everything that happens, those people were opportunists,” he added.
From earlier Daryl Smith a Englewood resident of 51 years, and community activits tells reporters why he doesn't want protesters in his neighborhood. #Chicago #ChicagoProtests pic.twitter.com/5PepJ68Y5C
— Tyler Pasciak LaRiviere (@TylerLaRiviere) August 12, 2020
Black and Latino businesses in Minneapolis have suffered mightily at the hands of BLM and Antifa:
Some tried to protect their businesses against looting by taping messages of solidarity in their windows, including “African owned business” and “We support our small diverse and minority businesses.” But those windows were broken overnight, too, leaving security guards sweeping up the shattered glass Friday.
“We never expected this,” said Elmi, who like other merchants has also been buffeted by the lost business and travails the coronavirus has brought.
He noticed that even East Lake Street’s mainstays were looted, including Ingebretsen’s, a Nordic bakery and meat market where residents line up at Christmas to buy lutefisk, pinnekjott, and yulecake.Elmi and his restaurant supplier, Mohammoud Abdi, said the damage reminded them of their youth in Somalia, where they watched militants roam and the government lose control of the country.
“We don’t have law and order,” said Abdi, 47. “This is not helpful to George’s family.”
As many as 360 local businesses have been destroyed. Laura Ingraham visited some of them
In Oregon it is much the same
People who live and work in areas where protests have taken place are not happy.
After a protest was declared a riot Saturday when a small group of demonstrators lit a fire inside the Portland police union building on Lombard Street in North Portland, police pushed protesters into the Kenton neighborhood.
In downtown Kenton, protesters used wooden items, including picnic tables and road barrier signs, to build a barricade across Denver near Schofield Street. The standoff between police and demonstrators continued past midnight.
“Lots of people worked hard to make our little neighborhood pleasant and to help the local businesses stay open,” wrote Redditor WheeblesWobble in a post called “Leave Kenton Alone!”
“Now it’s trashed,” the user wrote. “This was not a BLM protest, this was a tantrum by a bunch of entitled kids.”
The writer of the post and many commenters noted that some of the damaged property was at Po’Shine’s, a Black-owned business. The damage was to a dumpster, Po’Shine’s head chef James Bradley, said Tuesday.
“What a dumpster has to do with Black Lives Matter, I don’t know,” Bradley said.
Baltimore? Kim Klacik, a long time favorite person of mine, will tell you all about it in an awesome campaign ad:
In Seattle businesses are closing down because the police are being defunded. This is the Seattle City Council who voted to do just that. You will note that the Council not terribly diverse
It’s called being woke. It comes at a cost. Minorities are being sacrificed on the altar of wokeness. In all of these cities, it is the minority communities which are hardest hit. And they’ve had enough, which explains Trump’s secret weapon.
Minority communities do not want the police defunded
Defunding the police is an unpopular idea in just about every corner of America outside of leftist activist circles. But the movement is particularly disliked among the one group of people it depends on: African Americans.
When asked about the police presence in their communities, 61% of black Americans said they want policing to remain the same, according to a new Gallup poll, even though they tend to have more frequent interactions with the police than do white Americans. Indeed, 79% of those who have had an interaction with the police in the past year said they want the police to spend more or the same amount of time in their neighborhood, the poll found.
And that helps explain this poll:
A CNN poll released Sunday shows President Trump has narrowed Democratic rival Joe Biden’s lead by 10 points since June, in part by what appears to be growing support for Trump among “people of color” in swing states.
The new poll shows the Biden-Harris ticket leading the Trump-Pence ticket 50% to 46%, compared to early June when the numbers were 55% to 41%.
Over the same period, the CNN poll found that 26% of “people of color” in battleground states approved of Trump in June, compared to 37% in August.
“Joe Biden’s lead over Donald Trump among registered voters has significantly narrowed since June, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, even as the former vice president maintains an advantage over the president on several top issues and his choice of California Sen. Kamala Harris as a running mate earns largely positive reviews,” Jennifer Agiesta, CNN Polling Director, wrote on Monday.
In the August poll, the 37% told CNN they approve of Trump’s job performance, with 33% of them saying that if the election were held today, they would vote for Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, the Republicans.
Trump has been very good for minority communities and these communities are tired of being abused by the woke. Voting for Biden will only guarantee more of it. Little of the violence and looting is covered by the left wing media, but these people don’t need the media to inform them of the lawlessness. They live it.