Black Voters Saved Biden And Now Many Regret It -[VIDEO]

Even after significant blunders, and outright racism, Black Democrats wildly supported Joe Biden for POTUS. Now polls show that many of those voters regret giving him that support- because frankly- Joe Biden hasn’t done anything for them.  In fact- Joe Biden has only been shown to be more racist than ever known about before.

“The Democrats are trying to program us to prioritize whatever it is they are serving,” said The Black Authority (TBA), a popular podcaster, while discussing Democrat Joe Biden’s behavior and how the media is covering up for Biden.

TBA is not happy about Biden, and neither are many other Black voters.

NBC News reported on Biden’s drop in approval from the Black Community:

“Biden’s approval among Black Americans remains higher than among voters more broadly. According to a Politico/Morning Consult poll of 1,998 voters released this month, 58 percent of Black respondents said they approved of the job Biden was doing as president, compared to 43 percent of all voters.

However, Biden’s approval among Black voters has been sliding throughout the year. A poll by HIT Strategies showed that 48 percent of Black voters said in November that Biden was addressing their needs, compared to 66 percent of respondents in June. The poll reported a margin of sampling error of 3.1 percentage points. “

Breitbart news reported on the timeline of Biden’s fall from popularity in the Black Community:

Joe Biden’s run for the Democratic presidential nomination was all but declared dead as he headed to the South Carolina primary in late February 2020.

He had finished fifth in New Hampshire and fourth in Iowa. Still, Biden advised skeptics to withhold judgment until a state with a large pool of Black voters, the most reliable Democratic constituency, had a chance to weigh in.

“Too often your loyalty, your commitment, your support for this party has been taken for granted,” he said. “I give you my word as a Biden that I never, ever, ever will.”

Black voters delivered, recasting the Democratic contest and sending Biden on his way to the White House.

Now, one year into his presidency, Biden is hoping he can maintain the support of Black voters, even as his failure to deliver on voting rights legislation and other issues has left some loyalists dispirited. Of the many challenges he confronts as he enters his second year, few are as important as retaining the strong backing from his party’s base.

Just 6 in 10 Black Americans said they approved of Biden in a recent poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, down from about 9 in 10 who approved in polls conducted through the first six months of Biden’s presidency.

“I’m perplexed. At some points, I’m angry. I’m trying to see if there is anything redeeming,” said George Hart, 73, a professor and faculty adviser to the student chapter of the NAACP at Benedict College, a historically Black institution in Columbia. “I’m just so disillusioned, I don’t know what to say.

Watch-The Black Authority explain his point of view:

“The media has kicked into overdrive to protect Biden as his Black support crumbles,” TBA wrote, explaining the following video.

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