There are some African Americans who understand that what liberals have for them isn’t good and are bravely willing to say it. Candace Owens says it today, and it’s incredible how her comments on Mark Levin’s Fox show “Life, Liberty & Levin” questioning their motives echo those of civil rights leader Malcolm X half a century ago.
One day, I believe, more black voters will agree that liberal policies have destroyed their communities, and then they will return to the Republican party.
I don’t think I agree with Owens that liberal policies are racist. I’ll leave the name calling to them. But I think it’s obvious that in many cases, the impetus to help African Americans with policies that foster their dependency on government is more about making liberals feel good about themselves and turning blacks into reliable Democratic voters than it is about actually helping people.
In this video, Owens talks about how Democrats sought to demonize President Trump as a racist in order to herd black people to the polls to vote Democratic.
Is it plausible that racism is being used as a theme to turn black people into single issue voters? And the answer to that question is, of course, yes.
In the video below, Owens explains that Trump was willing to raise the politically incorrect question of whether the welfare state if benefit blacks.
Standing on a platform and saying to black America, what do you have to lose? Having everybody in the media interpret that as racism when in fact, what’s actually been happening to the black community is racist. The Democrat policies that have been inflicted in the black community are racist. When you talk about the welfare system, Lyndon B. Johnson in the proliferation of the welfare state and his great society act, right? Those are the things that were racist.
Trump was actually telling us, you guys are losing. So his courage and his strength is what I admire and the results that he’s already brought to this country in the 18 months that he’s been in office.
Now watch this fascinating video of Malcolm X questioning the motives of liberals supposedly trying to help black Americans. Note, as one of the commenters does, how civil the discussion and the disagreement is compared to what we get today.
“The fox acts friendly toward the lamb. And usually, the Fox is the one who ends up with the lamb chop on his plate,” he says. Not that he likes conservatives any better.