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Black voters and leaders are getting fed up with Biden

This is a serious problem for the Democrats, because they need black voters to get elected.

President Biden is so desperate to pass voting legislation that Thursday night he suggested he would abolish the filibuster to do it.

According to The Hill:

Black voters and activists are increasingly frustrated with Democrats and the Biden administration in the wake of the party’s latest failure to advance voting rights legislation.

In his first days in office, President Biden signed a flurry of executive orders to advance equity throughout every aspect of the federal government, but his campaign promises were far loftier, and Democrats have struggled to make good on them.

Now, after nine months during which not a single voting rights bill made it to the president’s desk, pressure is mounting on Biden to turn things around as projections for next year’s midterms start to look bleak for Democrats.

NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson delivered a stark warning to Biden in a statement released after a failed cloture vote on the Freedom to Vote Act Wednesday afternoon: “Don’t forget that Black voters landed a victory for this President and this Congress, so don’t fail us again.”

2 thoughts on “Black voters and leaders are getting fed up with Biden”

  1. Actually Black voters are more likely getting fed up with being talked down to by the NAACP, Biden, and other organizations “supportive” of Blacks.

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