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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The real basket of deplorables

I was reading the NBC report on Trump's visit to Kenansville, North Carolina -- a town surprisingly smaller than Poca, West Virginia. One paragraph struck a nerve.

From NBC:
Generally, Trump ticks down a list of problems faced by black Americans — lack of access to quality education, need for safety, a dearth of jobs — and promises he can fix it. Trump's image of black communities, however, tends to hyperbolize the black experience in America and plays into stereotypes about the experience of African Americans in the United States that does not match the reality.
Ho-hum.

The liberal media attitude is so what if many black Americans lack of access to quality education, have a need for safety, and have a dearth of jobs.

Black people -- in the eyes of the media -- are not to allowed to vote for Trump.

Imagine

The real basket of deplorables is that the Washington Establishment accepts black ghettos as places that cannot be rehabilitated.

Media credibility in this campaign and a dime are worth five cents.

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7 comments:

  1. I don't know which is saddest, that the Democrat Party has ravaged black communities and still expects to get their votes, or that the black community is blind to the situation and unwilling to pull themselves out of the culture of despair. - Elric

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  2. Check out the Blacks in my little Mountain town in NE Oregon- mostly all middle class or better. Locomotive Engineers, Loggers, Teachers, coaches,doctors.
    Local Baptist pastor has come out big for Trump.
    So has his mostly black congregation...
    Stuff, it MSM..
    TG

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    1. The Democrat Party is not the cure, it's the disease.

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  3. If African-Americans think things are going so well, why are they complaining so much, even criticizing Obama for not having done enough for the black community during his 8 years in office? It sounds like the stereotyping "shoe" is on the other foot. Maybe NBC ought to get out and about more and speak to a few black folks instead of editorializing from the insularity of their white towers. Do they actually KNOW any?

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  4. "The real basket of deplorables is that the Washington Establishment accepts black ghettos as places that cannot be rehabilitated." And won't even consider trying.

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    1. Not cannot be rehabilitated...won't be rehabilitated...by the people who actively created them for the political benefits it has given them for half a century. The only thing they're considering is how to make the rest of us live in ghettos. They want us poor so we're easier to please.

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  5. "Trump's image of black communities, however, tends to hyperbolize the black experience in America and plays into stereotypes about the experience of African Americans in the United States that does not match the reality"

    I'd call that projection.

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