Black Lives Matter activists disrupted a small meeting in South Bend, Indiana to accuse black supporters of Mayor Pete Buttigieg of not being black enough.
The sparsely-attended event was held to spotlight black support for Buttigieg, who has struggled to connect with black voters despite the lip service he has paid to championing the black community.
In a bizarre scene spotlighting the ridiculousness of today’s race-baiting left, a white activist wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt rudely interrupted Councilwoman Sharon McBride (who’s black) and lectured her and other black leaders for not adequately representing the black community.
The protester seized the microphone and yelled: “Where are the black leaders that don’t have three-piece suits, leather jackets, and nice jewelry? Where are these black leaders? These black leaders are here to talk about Pete Buttigieg while black people are having a crisis because of police violence. Who chose these black leaders as black leaders?”
The leftist protester yelled: “Who chose these people as black leaders? Who organized this? We have a police crisis in this town. What kind of nonsense is this? This is a farce!”
Attendees at the event worked together to throw the protester out. At one point, an elderly woman stood up to chase the activist with her cane.
Videos from the meeting show the chaos that ensued in the tiny room.
"This is a farce!" This video is wild.
An activist in a "Black Lives Matter" shirt grabs the mic at a Pete Buttigieg event and gets chased out after shouting to the audience, nearly getting hit with a cane at one point! Was sent video. Will try to snag more details if I can. pic.twitter.com/A2mUiqUlnP
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) December 5, 2019
Pete Buttigieg has been the mayor of South Bend, Indiana (population: 102,000) since 2012. During that time, Buttigieg has done little to improve the city’s struggling economy or the racial division roiling the town.
The poverty rate in South Bend is 25.4%. That means that 1 in 4 residents is living in poverty. If Mayor Pete can’t lift his tiny hamlet out of poverty, what makes anyone think he can run an entire nation of 329 million people?
Despite pandering to black voters, Buttigieg is struggling to gain support. In contrast, three new polls indicate that President Trump’s approval rating among black voters has quadrupled since 2016.
Emerson and Rasmussen have Trump polling at 34%, while the Marist poll shows Trump enjoying a 33% approval among black voters.
This is occurring despite the nonstop attacks from the Left and their media minions, who repeatedly smear President Trump and all his supporters (including minorities) as racist white supremacists.
Here's Pete Buttigieg today accusing nearly 63 million Trump voters of being racist
"Anyone who supported this President is at best looking the other way on racism, at best." pic.twitter.com/Fo9ZibOkSO
— Zach Parkinson (@AZachParkinson) December 3, 2019
President Trump won the electoral college in a landslide in 2016 despite scoring just 8% approval from black voters. If Trump can get even half the figure among black voters that he’s getting now in these polls, he will easily win reelection in 2020.
New Polls: Black American support for President Trump:
— Patricia Dickson (@Patrici15767099) December 2, 2019
In a stunning rebuke of the Democrat’s sham impeachment stunt, a new Emerson poll found that only 37% of black voters support impeachment. Meanwhile, 38% oppose impeachment, while 25% say they’re uncertain.
“The white liberal is the one who has perfected the art of posing as the negro’s friend and benefactor”
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) June 17, 2019
Fox News host Tucker Carlson noted: “In the same poll, among white voters, 44% support impeachment. That’s not among white Democrats — that’s among all white voters. That means African-Americans — though they remain the most loyal Democratic constituency — tend to be more skeptical of impeachment. In other words, in the Democratic party, it is white liberals who are howling for impeachment.”
Carlson said these developments undoubtedly have the Democratic Party terrified.
“It has Democratic leaders squirming,” Tucker said. “They promised their base impeachment. The press told them it was a sure thing. It’s hard to back off from that, but going forward it could devastate the party next fall…If Donald Trump could get even half the figure among black voters that he’s getting now in those polls, he will win reelection.”
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