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Are you an informed voter?

Are you an informed voter?

Answer this questionnaire : "Are an informed voter? "  i.e Who said this?  “No, I haven’t taken a test. Why the hell would I take a test? Come on, man. That’s like saying to you before you got on this program if you had taken a test [on] were you taking cocaine or not?”  “What do you think, huh? Are you a junkie?” 

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Black Voice for Trump

Jobs & Opportunities:

  • Over 1.4 million more Black Americans have found a job since President Trump’s election
  • Black poverty reached a historic low
  • President Trump designated 8,760 Opportunity Zones that are projected to spur $100 billion in private investment in minority communities
  • The Trump administration established a fund to deploy $1 billion in capital funding for minority-owned businesses through the Commerce Department
  • The Black poverty rate is now at its lowest level in history
  • Provided more than $500 million in loans to HBCUs through the Capital Financing Program
  • Worked with HBCUs to protect $80 million in Title III carryover funding
  • Signed the FUTURE Act into law, which permanently funds HBCUs and simplifies the FAFSA application


  • President Trump’s 2020 budget called for $500 million in federal funding for school choice, and in 2018 he signed legislation increasing school choice funding by $42 million
  • His Administration proposed the Education Freedom Scholarships and Opportunity Act

Criminal Justice:

  • 90 percent of those who have had their sentences reduced are Black Americans
  • FIRST STEP ACT shortens mandatory minimum sentence for nonviolent drug crimes
  • The law allows offenders sentenced under racially motivated mandatory minimums to petition for revaluation
  • President Trump launched the “Ready to Work” Initiative, which helps released prisoners gain meaningful employment
  • President Trump has proposed the Second Step Act to partner with corporate America to create opportunities for former prisoners to rejoin society
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Biden- Are you a junkie

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Office of President - Training in the Federal Government

It has come to the President's attention that Executive Branch agencies have spent millions of taxpayer dollars to date "training" government workers to believe divisive, anti-American propaganda. For example, according to press reports, employees across the Executive Branch have been required to attend trainings where they are told that "virtually all White people contribute to racism" or where they are required to say that they "benefit from racism." According to press reports, in some cases these training have further claimed that there is racism embedded in the belief that America is the land of opportunity or the belief that the most qualified person should receive a job.

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Law Enforcement Suicide Red Flags Are Up

Karen Solomon, the founder of Blue H.E.L.P., an organization honoring the lives and service of law enforcers who die by suicide, said that 132 officers were killed in the line of duty in 2019 and 228 took their own lives.

In Chicago, most of the last dozen or so Chicago Police Department suicides were committed by officers with less than seven years on the job. In the past, suicides were more characteristic of officers with 15-plus years’ service. Officer and supervisor opinions vary as to the reason for this seeming shift. Some believe snowflakes, unprepared to face evil, are melting with the heat of the job; some blame lower standards and poor training; others place suicides at the feet of leadership and politics.

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' Based on 2012 numbers it would take 40 years for the number of blacks killed by the police to equal the number of blacks killed by blacks '  .... more facts

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Economy and Jobs
Prior to Coronavirus, President Trump brought America’s economy back with a more inclusive environment so that all Americans can start their own business and create generational wealth for their families.
  • Under President Trump’s leadership, Congress passed historic tax cuts for hard-working Americans. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act:
      • Created nearly 9,000 Opportunity Zones in primarily minority communities across America
      • Is projected to spur over $100 billion in private investments which will impact 1.4 million minority households
      • Doubled the Child Tax Credit proving an additional $1,000 per child in tax relief for parents
  • President Trump is fostering economic growth in record numbers. Black Americans are seeing unprecedented levels of economic success, with record low unemployment rates, more jobs, and higher incomes:
      • Prior to COVID 19, Nearly 1.3 million more Black Americans found a job since President Trump’s election
      • The Black unemployment rate hit a record low, 5.4 percent prior to COVID 19
        • Prior to the Trump Administration, the Black unemployment rate had never been below 7 percent
      • In 2019, the unemployment rate for Black women hit a record low of 4.4 percent
      • In 2019, the gap between the women’s and Black women’s unemployment rate fell to a record low of just 1.1 percent 
      • Black median household income is at its highest level since 2001
      • The Black poverty rate was at its lowest level in history
      • 350,000 Black Americans were lifted out of poverty under President Trump before COVID 19
  • President Trump signed an executive order that expanded apprenticeship programs and   on-the-job training, to provide an alternative for those looking to gain in demand skills that lack the resources to attend four-year universities:
      • The executive order made it easier for businesses to create and scale apprenticeship programs, providing more Americans access to an affordable education that leads to a well-paying job
      • Established the Workforce Development Advisory Council, which aims to create on-the-job training opportunities for more than 6.5 million Americans
Criminal Justice Reform
President Trump is committed to giving Americans a second chance at life and the American dream: 
  • President Trump signed the historic FIRST STEP ACT into law:
      • 90 percent of those who have had their sentences reduced are Black Americans 
      • The First Step Act shortens mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug crimes
      • The law allows offenders sentenced under racially motivated mandatory minimums to petition for revaluation 
  • President Trump reauthorized the Second Chance Act – creating an opportunity for former prisoners to rejoin society by partnering with corporate America: 
      • Launched the “Ready to Work” Initiative,” which is helping released prisoners gain meaningful employment 
      • President Trump’s goal is to reduce the overall recidivism rate in the country  
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Those accusing Trump of racism ignore his record
  • 1976 Humanitarian Award by the National Jewish Health;
  • 1983 Tree of Life Award by the Jewish National Fund;
  • 1986 Ellis Island Award given to Trump, Rosa Parks and Muhammad Ali;
  • 1990 video of the Rev. Jesse Jackson lauding Trump as a friend to minorities and underserved communities. Jackson expressed appreciation for Trump’s support of the Rainbow Push Coalition’s initiative called the Wall Street Project, which aimed to help minority-owned businesses;
  • 1995 President’s Medal by the Freedom Foundation (Washington) for his support of youth programs;
  • 2007 Muhammad Ali Entrepreneur Award;
  • 2008 Unicorn Children’s Foundation Shining Star Award; 
  • 2011 Presidential Hero Award by the Lois Pope Life Foundation;
  • 2015 The Algemeiner Liberty Award for contributions to Israel-United States relations.

The above limited list does NOT do justice to all that Donald Trump did for minority groups before he was elected president. To call this man a racist is a modern-day form of a political lynching: destroy the person’s character and reputation no matter the truth. Democrats have been using this ugly technique for decades.

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