Ana Navarro fumes over rising black Trump support, digs deep hole with ‘racist tweet’

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Recent polling of President Donald Trump’s support among black registered voters is a worst nightmare scenario for the Democrat Party and may be a good indication of why the party pushed all-in with its desperate impeachment efforts with such flimsy evidence.

The rising numbers are  — 34% support, according to two separate polls — and the reaction from alleged “Republican” Ana Navarro was quite remarkable.

CNN’s favorite Trump-bashing Republican responded with a racist tweet targeting a number of black Americans, to include Kanye West, HUD Secretary Ben Carson and Trump supporters Diamond and Silk.

“Zero chance this is accurate. Zero,” Navarro tweeted. “The poll must have only been conducted in the homes of Ben Carson, Kanye, that sheriff guy with the hat and those two Cubic Zirconia & Polyester-Spandex ladies.”

Oh, and “that sheriff guy with the hat” refers to former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.

Understandably, Navarro is a darling among the Trump-hating liberal media, but she must have thought she was immune to the consequences of racist behavior.

She’s not, even if she is Hispanic — her arrogance is on full display as the tweet’s still up as of this writing.

In fact, Navarro responded to one critic with a weak attempt to deflect the criticism.

Suffice it to say, she was eviscerated on social media — it couldn’t have happened to a better person than the hate-spewing Ana Navarro.

Diamond and Silk, aka Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, responded to call on Republicans to denounce Navarro’s “racist tweet.”

And that was just the tip of the iceberg, as Navarro was reamed online.

Candace Owens, founder of the Blexit Movement, a campaign urging black voters to leave the Democratic Party, summed up Navarro’s intent thusly:

Terrence K. Williams, a Trump supporter, ripped into Navarro, calling her a “straight-up racist,” telling her point-blank in a video that the Democratic Party lost his vote.

Here’s a sampling of some of the other responses to Navarro’s racism from Twitter:

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