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Democrats Continue to Mischaracterize Blacks When It Comes to Their Votes for President

An MSBNC host and her guest actually said that this segment of the population are not 'real people,' notes the author

So I’m a little shocked at how often the Democrats go on television and make these statements of “truth.”

It’s as if they can no longer hide their contempt for black people, as I see it.

Instead of countering the narrative that is put forth, liberal host Joy Reid and her guest Shireen Mitchell actually say that blacks like myself and Anthony B. Logan are not real people.

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Blexit is run by Candace Owens and I recently met her in person — she is real.

Logan’s points are excellently made.

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Only “the blacks” are required to vote for one party without any thought or expectation of a return on the investment.

Check this out:

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And one more thing.

I am a member of the advisory board Black Voices for Trump.

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We are real, living, breathing black people.

And we are coming for the black vote.

This piece originally appeared in StacyOnTheRight.com and is used by permission.

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Stacy Washington is a decorated Air Force veteran, an Emmy-nominated TV personality, and the host of "Stacy on the Right."

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