As Predicted, Race Relations in America Have Worsened Since Obama’s Election
That’s because Obama is a racist who wants to further divide this country.
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I have a new poll here from the NBC News/Wall Street Journal, and it says that public attitudes about race relations have plummeted since the historic election of Barack Obama. Here are the numbers. Fifty-two percent of whites, 38% of blacks have a favorable opinion of race relations in the country, according to the poll, which has tracked race relations since 1994. These numbers, folks, are a sharp drop from the beginning of Obama’s first term. When Obama was immaculated in January of 2009, 79% of whites had a favorable opinion of race relations. Today it’s 52%. Sixty-three percent of blacks held a favorable view of American race relations. So we’ve had a drop of 27 points in whites and 25 points in blacks in four and a half years, of the first black presidency in America.
You know what’s kind of stunning about this to me? You would think — and I hope all of you white people that voted for Obama hoping it was gonna end racism, that 63%, why isn’t that higher? I mean, it was truly historic. Electing the first African-American to the highest office in the land. I mean, it was an historic thing, and yet only 63% of blacks held a favorable view of American race relations at the time of the president’s immaculation. Shouldn’t that have been in the eighties? But it wasn’t. And whatever it was, it’s down 25 points after four and a half years of Obama, among the black population; 27 points in four and half years among white people.
Now, the National Association for the Advancement of Liberal Colored People, which steadfastly supports the regime, distributed pro-Obama election fliers in 2012 with lynching and Ku Klux Klan imagery. Although these efforts may have helped boost African-American turnout to record levels and deliver states like Florida and Ohio to Obama, the NAALCP’s efforts do not appear to have done much more black Americans. The black unemployment rate in the US is currently 13.7%, six points higher than the national rate, which stands at 7.6%. So everything is worse. Everything is worse, including the one thing Obama might have actually fixed, or been able to fix. Everything regarding race is worse in this country. And I remind you, February 22nd, 2008, I, your host, predicted it.