Black voters admit they're 'broke' under Biden, which is why they're voting for Trump

 February 3, 2024

Former President Donald Trump is making huge gains in the Black community, and MSNBC hosts are apparently surprised by this fact.

According to Fox News, a group of Black male voters simply explained why they believe they're better off under a Trump presidency than they are under a Biden one.

The bottom line among the Black voters? Their own bottom line.

"I just think that Donald Trump, in spite of all the craziness he may have in his head, reading some of the things that he talks about what business I can kind of agree with," Thomas Murray told MSNBC.

He added, "Because I'm trying to grow my business."

He added, "As far as Biden, I haven't seen Biden really care about business like that. And my concern is having my business so that I can build generational wealth so my kids can see and have something to take upon when I'm not here."

Another one of the guests said that under Biden, many Black voters are "broke." Under Trump, they weren't.

"A lot of my friends are obviously my age, so we're a little younger. We've only voted once, you know, for president, and Trump is kinda all we know," Kinard Givens said.

"They're like, ‘Well, we’re broke with Biden. We weren't with Trump.' And that's kind of the only thing that I'm hearing over, and over again… With Trump, we had money.' Well, okay, I hear you guys. But personally, morally I couldn't see myself."

The MSNBC host focused on the upcoming GOP primary election in South Carolina, and one of the Black voters on the panel broke it down into three "buckets" of Black voters.

"Those who are planning on voting for Joe Biden again even though they're not excited, those who are considering voting for Donald Trump and those who will sit out all together and take some sort of off ramp out of the process," they said.

Trump has seen increased national exposure after being endorsed by several high-profile and popular young rappers. Many believe those endorsements are huge and will ultimately provide other Black voters the confidence needed to cast their vote for Trump.

The Biden campaign undoubtedly knows that it's in trouble with voters that Democrats traditionally never had to worry about. Poll after poll reminds the part of what's becoming nothing less than a nightmare for the upcoming election.

Trump has also made major gains with Hispanic and Asian American voters.