The Myth of the “Black Vote” Determining the Presidency

Election Day is near


Election Day is near. Now springs to life, more so than normally, an exaggerated sense of importance expressed by the liberal media–as well as many prominent blacks themselves–of African-American voting in a presidential election. This baseless and erroneous agreement among these pontificators of race and politics in this country–perhaps the leader of all of them being Barack Obama’s unofficially appointed “Potentate of All Things Black in America From Sea to Shining Sea,” Reverend Al Sharpton–that winning the “black vote” by overwhelming numbers is paramount to any person seeking to be elected President of the United States, and especially so in 2016.

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