DENEEN BORELLI: ANOTHER MARTIN LUTHER KING PERSON OF COURAGE

deneen borelliDeneen Borelli, one of Balladeer’s Blog’s Martin Luther King People of Courage, is another of the countless African-Americans proving that the old “Left vs Right,” “Democrat vs Republican” paradigm is more and more outdated the further we get into the 21st Century.

Borelli is part of Black Voices for Trump and has been touting the recent news that THREE MORE polls (NPR, Rasmussen and Marist) have shown de facto Third Party President Trump around 34-35% approval among voters of color. (Links below) Other polls have shown that approval at 39% or higher. Astronomical numbers for a political figure who is neither a true Republican nor a true Democrat.

. tracking poll finds total black approval at 34%. Democrats worst nightmare.

“It might shock Democrats that support for President Trump is rising with Black Americans but it shouldn’t,” Trump campaign Principal Deputy Communications Director Erin Perrine said. “Blacks are more prosperous than ever because of President Trump with record-low unemployment and rising paychecks.”

President Trump has done more for the working class and the poor of ALL COLORS than any other president of my lifetime and he’s being rewarded with support from people who recognize the positive difference his policies have made in their lives.  

 

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Filed under LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES, Neglected History, opinion

4 responses to “DENEEN BORELLI: ANOTHER MARTIN LUTHER KING PERSON OF COURAGE

  1. Sengoku100

    Just checking if you checked out the Amir Hamza article yet/ Wanted to ask you this question, How much do you think our conception of Greek tragedy would change, based of the hypothesis presented in this article ( and how cool it’d be to have access to those lost works in general): https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2016/nov/10/the-one-where-medea-saves-her-kids-lost-classics-of-greek-tragedy

    • Thank you for your patience. I have not had a chance just yet, but I hope to very soon and will let you know how I feel about it plus your question about lost ancient Greek dramas.

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