The Mainstream Media and its Democrat allies have spent the last two years pushing the narrative that President Trump is a racist. Black, brown, red and yellow have no place in Trump’s America, they say. The only color the president respects is white.
In fact, two University of Pennsylvania sociologists have published the results of a long running study meant to prove once and for all that President Trump has made America a more racist place to live.
What they found was the exact opposite was true:
Americans, claim Hopkins and Washington, have actually become less inclined to express racist opinions since Donald Trump was elected. Anti-black prejudice, they found, declined by a statistically-insignificant degree between 2012 and 2016, when Trump was elected. But then after 2016 it took a sharp dive that was statistically significant. Moreover, contrary to their expectations, the fall was as evident among Republican voters as it was among Democrats. There was also a general fall in anti-Hispanic prejudice, too, although this was more evident among Democrat voters.
How can this be? Everyone who matters at CNN and in the Democrat party assured us that President Trump was Adolf Hitler re-incarnated. The likes of Don Lemon have told us that President Trump dances naked around a burning cross wearing a Klan hood every night.
Why, then, is there less racism under the heel of Orange Man Bad?
John Nolte over at Breitbart explains why President Trump isn’t the Grand Dragon the media makes him out to be:
As you can guess by their preconceived notions about which way the study would go and the absurd belief there has been a “normalization of prejudice” under Trump, the two sociologists conducting the study are not running around in Make America Great Again hats. But the obvious difference between racial attitudes under Trump and under Obama is that Trump is nowhere near as racially divisive as Barry was.
The only way the media have been able to smear Trump as a racist is through lies and deliberate misquotes. The Charlottesville Hoax is a perfect example, as is Jake Tapper’s serial lie about Trump mocking a reporter’s disability, as is Jim Acosta’s latest lie about Trump smearing all migrants…
But no one had to misquote Obama’s rhetoric against the police on every single racially charged issue, his relentless attacks on Republicans as racist, his role (and CNN’s) in exacerbating the racial tensions that resulted in race riots in Ferguson and Baltimore, or his supporters’ relentless attacks on everyday Americans as racist…
Trump, on the other hand, has offered only a unifying message about race and against racism. Despite the media’s lies, he condemns white supremacism, including after Charlottesville, and his focus on improving the lives of black and Hispanic Americans have resulted in record low unemployment for both groups.
Under Obama, racial tensions were always at a boil.
Under Trump, racial tensions (outside of the lies screamed in the news media) have settled down considerably.
Over the last two years, not only have blacks and Hispanics watched their economic conditions improve in ways Obama never seemed to care about, unlike any Republican over the last 30 years, Trump is actively reaching out and asking for the black vote. He is also willing to earn that vote through his economic policies, criminal justice reform (which Obama talk-talk-talked about for years, while Trump signed it into law), and immigration policies that restrict the illegal and cheap labor that disproportionately hurts working-class incomes and, by extension, black and Hispanic Americans.
Less racism in America. Just one of the many ways we’re all winning bigly under President Trump.